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Massive Attack - Free 10 track Album - The Times - Saturday 27th
Massive Attack - Free 10 track Album - The Times - Saturday 27th

Massive Attack - Free 10 track Album - The Times - Saturday 27th

Massive Attack - Free 10 track Album - The Times - Saturday 27th

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Thanks for the heads up. Will be the first time in a long while since I bought a newspaper.

saykred;8197609

Thanks for the heads up. Will be the first time in a long while since I … Thanks for the heads up. Will be the first time in a long while since I bought a newspaper.



Don't waste your money - "free itunes download - saturday"

timbo995;8198013

Don't waste your money - "free itunes download - saturday"



HOT, Thank for the heads up. Wonder what tracks on it.

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guru_the;8199479

HOT, Thank for the heads up. Wonder what tracks on it.



To download your free tracks, visit iTunes and input the code on the card that comes with the March 27 edition of the Times Magazine

Massive tunes: Guide to your free tracks

1 Butterfly Caught Hypnotic incantations and fluttering breakbeats suggest 100th Window needs another listen.

2 Angel (Blur Mix) Damon Albarn’s bizarre, minimalist take on the 1998 trip-hop classic.

3 Live with Me (Stripped Back) Supremely cool after-hours lament with bluesy vocals from veteran soulman Terry Callier.

4 Karmacoma (Portishead version) Already 10,000 leagues under, the Protection fave is taken even deeper.

5 Teardrop (Radio Edit) Liz Fraser’s exquisite vocal and the foetal pulse that cocoons her still defy resistance.

6 False Flags Non-LP rarity, full of plangent political angst.

7 Paradise Circus (Gui Boratto remix) The new album’s sexiest song gets a gliding overhaul.

8 Inertia Creeps (Manic Street Preachers mix) Demonic fretwork by James Dean Bradfield supersizes the 1998 single.

9 Danny the Dog Evocative instrumental from their soundtrack to the eponymous movie.

10 Radiation Ruling the Nation Mad Professor’s inspired dub version of the 1995 classic Protection uses Tracey Thorn’s original vocal as an instrument in itself.
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