Massive Attack – Risingson (Bassnectar Remix)

September 18th, 2010

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Massive Attack

One of the most influential bands in the ‘trip hop’ universe (and well beyond), Massive Attack have had a huge impact since their debut in the early 90s.

This remix has been unfinished for over 10 years. I first played it at Burning Man in 2000, and as many of my hybrid mashup creations, it has constantly evolved. As with any customized edit it has taken so many variations from uber-deep hypnotic eyes-closed moments to crazy jump-up 10 feet high bounce sessions. This version kind of goes both ways, and includes a sizzling lazer synth over loco 808 bass and an additional vocal dedicated to the heat of summer time. As with all these mash up edits, it is a gesture of respect to musicians who have inspired me, i hope you enjoy it at some moment in the future.

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  • bozzzunga

    none of these download links work. once you open the email and confirm download, its says nothing can be found 🙁 🙁

  • Macabucha

    suckered me in on sound cloud when i was looking for some egyptian music, but liked the track that I was supposed to be able to download if I signed up. got the confirmation, hit download and got a completely different and rather crap track. what's the deal? No big deal, kinda a time eating hassle though. Figured i'd at least get this massive attack track and then it wants me to sign up all over again. errr, and ,um , no.
    this prompted me to tell y'all in case you didn't know what's going on. alrighty, take care

    • Ed Basscrew

      Hey Macabucha, I think you got mixed up somewhere along the line. Walk Like An Egyptian Remix is available for instant download on the latest blog post, no sign-up necessary: https://www.bassnectar.net/blog/ – scroll down to Free Music and click on 'THE BANGLES: Walk Like An Egyptian (Bassnectar’s 2003 Remix) (Click to download)'.

      For other bootleg downloads available via the black/blue widgets (e.g. Massive Attack Remix above) you have to enter your email and then confirm for download. It's not a whole lot of effort for a free track. But once you are signed up you will receive a code for future downloads without having to enter your email / check your inbox etc

      Hope this makes sense?

  • chucktone11

    hell yes thank u bassnectar