Taken from i-D June 1990. Great piece from Matthew Collins interviewing Paul Oakenfold (nice cap), 3D, Daddy G, Smith & Mighty and Joey Jay amongst others, on the influence of reggae and, in hindsight, why it all got slow in 1990.
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Thanks to Emma Warren.
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Massive Attack on Kiss Radio Show

Back, on it and here we go again. More classic Bristol sounds. ‘Looking at my Gucci it’s about that time…’.

Massive Attack – Kiss 14th September 1994 (Part Three)
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Massive Attack on Kiss Radio Show

Massive Attack once again showing us how it’s done, this time taking in Brand Nubian’s classic ‘Love Me Or Leave Me Alone’, Mr Fingers, Marvin Gaye, Fab 5 Freddy (sounding fresher than ever) and some feel good sounds from The Players Association.

Massive Attack – Kiss 14th September 1994 (Part Two)
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Massive Attack on Kiss Radio Show

Mushroom on the wheels once again showing us how to walk the genres in a fine style in this, the first part of the second week of Massive Attack’s promo shows for the ‘Protection’ album.

Massive Attack – Kiss 14th September 1994 (Part One)
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Massive Attack Radio Show

Final part of the first week of the Massive Attack ‘Protection’ promo shows on Kiss FM, London. Here they run some Bozo Meko, the Wild Bunch take on ‘The Look Of Love’ and more quality hip-hop.

Massive Attack – Kiss 7th September 1994 (Part Four)
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More killer no filler from the Massive Attack Kiss shows…

Massive Attack – Kiss 7th September 1994 (Part Three)
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Massive Attack – Kiss 7th September 1994 (Part Two)
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Part Two of Massive Attack’s guest spot on London’s Kiss FM here for you. Carrying on where we left off in part one we go from Blondie’s ‘Rapture’, to some Dennis Coffey Band, and into ‘Eurochild’ from their then unreleased album ‘Protection’. Nice to hear them playing ‘Get Stupid Fresh Part III’ by Mantronix and The Artifacts graffiti tale ‘Wrong Side Of The Tracks’. Mushroom cuts it up in the last third in true old-school style. Nice.

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