Massive Attack ‎– 100th Window

Virgin ‎– 724358123913, Virgin ‎– V2967
3 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Trifold

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A1 Future Proof 5:38
A2 What Your Soul Sings
Vocals – Sinéad O'Connor
B1 Everywhen
Vocals – Horace Andy
B2 Special Cases
Vocals – Sinéad O'Connor
C1 Butterfly Caught 7:33
C2 A Prayer For England
Vocals – Sinéad O'Connor
D1 Small Time Shot Away
Featuring – Damon Albarn
D2 Name Taken
Vocals – Horace Andy
E Antistar 8:17
F Untitled 10:44

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On cover rear:
To plant a tree in the Massive Attack forest
Ⓟ2003 the copyright in this sound recording is owned by Virgin Records LTD Ⓒ2003 Virgin Records
LTD. This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved.
Ⓒ2003 Virgin Records LTD. Printed in the EU. 724358123913 V2967 LC0398 PM 210

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 724358123913
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): V2967 A-2-1 Ⓜ JML
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): V2967 B-2-1 Ⓜ JML
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): V2967 C-2-1 Ⓜ JML
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): V2967 D-2-1 Ⓜ JML
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E): V2967 E-2-1 Ⓜ JML
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F): V2967 F-2-1 Ⓜ JML
  • Label Code: LC0398
  • Price Code: PM 210

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724358123920, CDV2967 Massive Attack 100th Window(CD, Album) Virgin, Virgin 724358123920, CDV2967 UK 2003 Sell This Version
724358132120 Massive Attack 100th Window(CD, Album, Copy Prot.) Virgin 724358132120 Mexico 2003 Sell This Version
724358132120 Massive Attack 100th Window French Promo(CD, Album, Promo) Delabel 724358132120 France 2003 Sell This Version
CDVDJ2967 Massive Attack 100th Window(CD, Album, Promo) Virgin CDVDJ2967 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
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September 14, 2018
If only the LP version came with all the sick artwork in the CD booklet.. you're slackin 3D. This shit sounds crisp though


August 7, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
Does anybody know if it's 3x 180 gram vinyl? Nothing's mentioned nowhere..?! The repress was announced but now it's not realised.. Thanks for informations!


June 8, 2018
Vinyl reissue finally available via VinylMePlease, members exclusive. Triple vinyl again, still not cheap, but of course I have one ordered. ....happy day.


February 23, 2018
Amazon says the reissue will be released in June. Juno keeps pushing the date further.


January 26, 2018
Thank God This title will be released on February 16, 2018. !!! .. Cheers !


January 13, 2018
Come on, 51 copies for sale, cheapest at $75. Dear sellers, you need to rethink your definition of rarity.


October 6, 2017

One of my favourite albums of all time. Excelent pressing but I bought it second hand and its quite dirty so many pops and clicks.


February 19, 2017
will this ever be repressed? i just got outbid on ebay again.


January 20, 2017
I heard there is a repress coming of this, possibly around March/April this year..


December 15, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Based on the mixed opinions this record had received at the time of its release, I hesitated to purchase "100th Window" for a long time until I recently spotted it at a discount.

As measured by the high standards set by its consummate predecessor, "100th Window" seemed doomed to fail. Nonetheless, the production struck me as clean and detailed from the beginning, evoking an atmosphere similar to that of "Mezzanine". The wealth of dark soundscapes make this a recommended headphone experience.

After more in-depth listening, however, there seems to be something lacking. Whereas earlier Massive Attack albums had a certain warmth in their overall sound, this one rarely breaks the cold prevailing mood.

I consider the tracks featuring Sinéad O'Connor to be real album highlights - yet, my favourite tracks remain those without guest appearances (for instance, the hypnotic opener "Future Proof" or the superbly produced "Butterfly Caught", which are both reminiscent of the band's finest moments on "Mezzanine").

One can hardly expect Massive Attack to reinvent themselves with each new record; therefore, their qualitative consistency (after 15 years of band history) should be applauded."