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Massive Attack True Stories From The Fontline Of Tottenham S Staunchest Fans

Author : Trevor Tanner
ISBN : 9781782195627
Genre : Social Science
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I think it's pretty well accepted that Spurs are the Guv'nors now!''To my horror I see to my right my pal holding his hand, slumped against a wall and pouring with blood.'From the author of the bestselling Tottenham Massive comes this incendiary follow-up - the most searingly honest and brutal book ever written about football.Trevor Tanner is the man at the head of the Tottenham Massive. In this all new account of life with the firm, he reveals the emotional stress and headache of the year long trial which resulted in him walking out a free man - but not before he'd gone on the run for a month and seen the stress the case put his family and close friends under. He tells how it feels to have left the legacy for what is arguably the best firm the country has seen in more than 20 years.'To be honest, in my mind, Millwall are the only team who could probably give us a bit of a go
Category: Social Science

Massive Attack

Author : Melissa Chemam
ISBN : 1910089729
Genre : Massive Attack (group)
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Author Melissa Chemam's in-depth study of the influences that led to the formation of the Wild Bunch and then Massive Attack looks into Bristol's past to explore how the city helped shape one of the most successful and innovative musical movements of the last 30 years. Chemam gives a unique insight into Massive Attack - 3D, Daddy G and Mushroom - their influences, collaborations and politics and the way in which they opened the door for other Bristol musicians and artists including Banksy. The book is published under licence from Anne Carriere in France by Tangent Books in partnership with PC Press. Its French title is En Dehors De La Zone De Confort De Massive Attack A Banksy aAÂ (978-2-8433-7809-6)
Category: Massive Attack (group)

3d And The Art Of Massive Attack

Author : Robert Del Naja
ISBN : 0957391439
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The Vinyl Factory presents 3D and the art of Massive Attack), the first book on the visual history of a band who have sold over 11 milliion records worldwide. Compiled and designed by Robert del Naja aka 3D it uses images from his personal archive and original artefacts scanned by the artist for the book. The book explores Massive Attacks visual history, presenting both familiar and previously unseen work, from Del Najas influential graffiti and stencil art in the Wild Bunch-era of the 80s to Massive Attack cover designs and paste-ups and paintings. Also included is work made in collaboration with Nick Knight, Tom Hingston, Judy Blame and Michael Nash Associates, as well as unseen photographs documenting Del Najas ongoing collaboration with United Visual Artists and his recent work with filmmaker Adam Curtis. The book also features an in-depth interview with the artist, in which he describes the development of the bands artwork and record sleeve designs, as well as offering insight into his processes and inspirations.
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Massive Attack S Blue Lines

Author : Ian Bourland
ISBN : 9781501339707
Genre : Music
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In 1991, a loose-knit collective released a record called Blue Lines under the name Massive Attack, splicing together American hip-hop and soul with the sounds of the British underground. With its marauding bass lines, angular guitars, and psychedelic effects, Blue Lines built on the Caribbean soundsystems and nascent rave scene of the 1980s while also looking ahead to the group's signature blend of epic cinematics and lush downtempo. In the process, Blue Lines invented an entirely new genre called trip hop and launched the career of a rapper named Tricky. Ultimately, Blue Lines created the sonic playbook for an emerging future: hybrid, digital, cosmopolitan, and rooted in the black and immigrant communities who animated the urban wreckage of the postindustrial city. Massive Attack envisioned an alternate future in sharp counterpoint to the glossy triumphalism of Brit Pop. And while the group would go on to bigger things, this record was both a warning shot and a definitive statement that sounds as otherworldy today as on the day of its release. As Blue Lines's iconic flame logo spun on turntables the world over, Massive Attack and their spaced-out urban blues reimagined music for the 1990s and beyond.
Category: Music

Music Projects With Propellerhead Reason

Author : Hollin Jones
ISBN : 9781870775144
Genre : Music
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Explains how to use Propellerhead's music production software to write, record, mix, and master music.
Category: Music

Energy Flash

Author : Simon Reynolds
ISBN : 9780571289141
Genre : Music
File Size : 74.85 MB
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Twenty-five years since acid house and Ecstasy revolutionized pop culture, Simon Reynolds's landmark rave history Energy Flash has been expanded and updated to cover twenty-first-century developments like dubstep and EDM's recent takeover of America. Author of the acclaimed postpunk history Rip It Up and Start Again, Reynolds became a rave convert in the early nineties. He experienced first-hand the scene's drug-fuelled rollercoaster of euphoria and darkness. He danced at Castlemorton, the illegal 1992 mega-rave that sent spasms of anxiety through the Establishment and resulted in the Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill. Mixing personal reminiscence with interviews and ultra-vivid description of the underground's ever-changing sounds as they mutated under the influence of MDMA and other drugs, Energy Flash is the definitive chronicle of electronic dance culture. From rave's origins in Chicago house and Detroit techno, through Ibiza, Madchester and the anarchic free-party scene, to the pirate-radio underworld of jungle and UK garage, and then onto 2000s-shaping genres such as grime and electro, Reynolds documents with authority, insight and infectious enthusiasm the tracks, DJs, producers and promoters that soundtracked a generation. A substantial final section, added for this new Faber edition, brings the book right up to date, covering dubstep's explosive rise to mass popularity and America's recent but ardent embrace of rave. Packed with interviews with participants and charismatic innovators like Derrick May, Goldie and Aphex Twin, Energy Flash is an infinitely entertaining and essential history of dance music.
Category: Music

The Rough Guide To Rock

Author : Peter Buckley
ISBN : 1843531054
Genre : Music
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Compiles career biographies of over 1,200 artists and rock music reviews written by fans covering every phase of rock from R&B through punk and rap.
Category: Music

Generation Ecstasy

Author : Simon Reynolds
ISBN : 9781136783173
Genre : Art
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Traces the continuum of hardcore that runs from the most machinized forms of house music through British and European rave styles like bleep-and-bass, breakbeat house, Belgian hardcore, jungle, gabba, speed garage, and big beat.
Category: Art