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Pray For Rain - Massive Attack - Heligoland (CD, Album)

8 Thoughts to “ Pray For Rain - Massive Attack - Heligoland (CD, Album) ”

  1. Voodoobei
    read more». “Pray For Rain” is the first track off of Brit trip-hop duo Massive Attack’s latest album Heligoland (). Tunder Adebimpe of TV on the Radio provides monotonic, yet somehow.
  2. Nahn
    Pray for Rain This song is by Massive Attack, features Tunde Adebimpe and appears on the album Heligoland (). Watch video at YouTube pvu2iQXJ30s||
  3. Kijar
    Massive Attack; Heligoland. Virgin Last fall's Splitting the Atom EP offered a couple of warning signs that reappear on this album. "Pray for Rain" is a woozy, overlong dirge redeemed only by.
  4. Goltisho
    Album Rating: Agreed Trifo It's true that his has more variety, perhaps their most diverse rhythmically which I appreciate. I also generally prefer Massive Attack with Marshall involved. This has some of their best songs like Rush Minute, Pray for Rain, Splitting the Atom, and Paradise Circus but some of the rest is pretty unmemorable.
  5. Natilar
    MASSIVE ATTACK - HELIGOLAND (ALBUM) Label: EMI: Entry: (Position 17) Last week in charts: CD Limited Edition Virgin LP Deluxe Triple Gatefold Virgin standouts for me were Pray For Rain,Babel & Paradise Circus Last edited: Chemmical Member.
  6. Dagrel
    Massive Attack: heligoland ‎ (CD, Album) Virgin Records: Russia: Unknown: Vendi questa versione: Consigli sound, dynamics, been waiting for this a long time. Initial track "Pray for rain" sounds the band is playing in your living room, grab this while you can. Rispondi Avvertimi 4 Helpful isaactrigales 16 ottobre
  7. Akinozshura
    This is the opening track from British musical production duo Massive Attack's fifth studio album, Heligoland. The song originally featured on their EP Splitting The Atom. The song features TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe. The collaboration with .
  8. Akinojinn
    Editors’ Notes The first real album from trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack since , Heligoland is a beautiful work that departs slightly from what was once the true “Massive Attack sound.” Traces of ‘90s trip-hop can’t help but find their way into these songs, but the music here feels more evolved, its well-lived parts more intricately woven.

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