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|1.||"Protection (Radiation Ruling The Nation)" (8:31)|
|2.||"Karmacoma" (Bumper Ball dub) (5:58)|
|3.||"Three" (Trinity dub) (4:20)|
|4.||"Weather Storm (Cool Monsoon)" (7:10)|
|1.||"Sly (Eternal Feedback)" (6:19)|
|2.||"Better Things" (Moving dub) (5:52)|
|3.||"Spying Glass (I Spy)" (5:16)|
|4.||"Heat Miser (Backward Sucking)" (6:12)|
Given Massive Attack's background, it was almost inevitable that they'd release a dub overhaul of one of their albums at one point. That time came in 1995, when British sound system legend Mad Professor - responsible for some of the greatest UK-made dub records of all time - put his distinctive twist on Protection. 21 years on, the set still sounds sublime: a radical translation that frequently bares only a passing resemblance to the Bristol band's original. It's packed with highlights, from the spaced-out, dub-house rework of "Spying Glass" ("I Spy"), to the ricocheting percussion hits and twinkling pianos of "Weather Storm (Cool Monsoon)", and creepy, delay-laden string surges of "Eternal Feedback (Sly)".
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