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Watch Massive Attack’s “Saturday Come Slow” Short Film

Features Blur's Damon Albarn

Mar 15, 2010
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Massive Attack's new music video for their Damon Albarn collaboration "Saturday Come Slow" is more like a short film. The main topic discussed is the usage of ear-splitting music as a torture device in detention camps such as Guantanamo Bay.

The actual track is hardly heard as scientific pundits talk about the controversial type of questioning. The Blur leader's vocals get all warped and blown-out at the edges when heard through the cheap speakers. The clip debuted on Feeder last Friday. Check it out right here.

Massive Attack's fifth studio LP, Heligoland, is out now through Virgin. And in May, the trip-hop progenitors will head out on their first North American tour in four years (Via P4k.)

(www.massiveattack.com)



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sav
March 24th 2010
12:37pm

What an incredible video.

Rihal Ahmed also appeared in this documentary on Current TV, where he talked about his experience in Guantanamo:

http://current.com/items/92327698_life-after-guantanamo.htm