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Grab your Massive Attack tickets and watch these brilliant musicians live in concert. This is quite a unique band that has preferred to do things at their own pace and that is something true for their music as well. Their sound has its own tempo and rhythm. They haven't come out with too many albums even though they were formed three decades ago but that does not mean they do not have a fan following. They have millions of fans all around the globe who are excited to see their favorite band returning to the limelight. If you want to see this amazing group live in concert, then book your tickets now.
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Massive Attack are back under the spotlight and their fans could not be any more excited. It is best to buy Massive Attack tickets for the shows now as they are selling fast.
DJs Andrew Vowles and Daddy G joined forces with Robert Del Naja, a graffiti-artist-turned-hip hop singer. The three started playing and performing as members of The Wild Bunch which was a sound system collective based in the city of Bristol in England. The Wild Bunch were British through and through and began to dominate the club scene in Bristol during the middle of the 1980s.
In the year 1988, the trio of Daddy G, Del Naja and Vowles came out with a track Any Love. It was released independently and made enough impact for them to land a recording contract with Circa Records two years later. The label became a part of Virgin Records which itself was bought by EMI. Massive Attack had been formed as somewhat of a spin-off production unit but they were about to hit mainstream music.
The First Two Albums
Massive Attack released their first studio album in 1991 and it was titled "Blue Lines." It had the critics raving about it. It received five out of five stars from AllMusic, Encyclopedia of Popular Music, The Guardian and The Rolling Stone Album Guide. Not only that, but it also got 10 out of 10 over at NME and 9 out of 10 at Pitchfork.
On the commercial front, it climbed to number 13 on the UK Albums Chart and went two times platinum in the country. It was also certified two-time Gold in France.
Massive Attack then released their next album "Protection" in the year 1994 and it did very well both critically and commercially. The record received four stars out of five from Rolling Stone as well as AllMusic. The Guardian gave it four out of four stars while NME gave it an eight out of ten rating. The album peaked at number four in the UK and like its predecessor was certified double platinum in the country. The record was also certified gold in France, the Netherlands and Switzerland while going platinum in Europe.
The Groundbreaking "Mezzanine"
They weren't however done just yet and upped the ante with their next album "Mezzanine" in 1994. The record was Massive Attack's most successful album till date.
It went on to get widespread critical acclaim too. AllMusic as well as The Guardian deemed it good enough for five stars out of five. The Uncut also gave it the same ratings while NME gave it eight out of ten.
"Mezzanine" went to number one in countries like Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Not only that, but it also cracked the Top 10 in Switzerland, Sweden, Scotland, Norway, Italy, France, Finland, Belgium and Austria. The album was also their first record to chart in the US.
"Mezzanine" became Massive Attack's third straight album to go double platinum in the US. It was also certified platinum in Switzerland, Belgium Australia and New Zealand. The album won the "Best Album" Q Award and also earned a Mercury Award nomination for its brilliance.
The Albums Since
Massive Attack have released two studio albums since "Mezzanine". Those are "100th Window" and "Heligoland," released in 2003 and 2010 respectively. 100th Window got four stars out of five from AllMusic, Alternative Press and Uncut. It also went on to peak at number one in the UK and was certified gold in the country.
"Heligoland" received four stars out of five from The Guardian and Rolling Stone along with Uncut. AllMusic gave it three and a half stars out of five. The album charted in multiple countries around the world and went gold in the UK, France Italy and Poland.
Massive Attack are now going on a tour to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the incredible "Mezzanine". The Brit Award winners will perform around Europe and North America in 2019. It promises to be an epic road trip and the fans are already excited about the prospect of seeing the trip hop legends in concert. If you are one of them, then grab your Massive Attack tickets at the earliest.
MASSIVE ATTACK NEWS AND UPDATES
Massive Attack announce 'Mezzanine' anniversary tour
Massive Attack Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Massive Attack tickets is $66. The date and location for this event is 28-Sep-19 at Webster Hall, New York. The minimum get-in price for Massive Attack tickets is $54.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Massive Attack (DJ Set)||New York||28-Sep-19||$66||$54|
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Q:Will Massive Attack bring their Mezzanine XXI tour to North America?
A:Yes! The two-time Q Award winning English band, Massive Attack is scheduled to start their Mezzanine XXI tour in North America by performing a concert at the Salle Wilfrid Pelletier at Place Des Arts in Montreal on March 11, 2020. From there, the duo will go on to trek through cities like, Toronto, Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington before they end the tour in the continent on April 2, 2020.
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