100th window (10/02/2003)
highest uk chart position #1 (10 weeks in top 100)
 
cd: cdv2967 (jewel case)
3x12": v2967 (card sleeves in folding card sleeve)
1 (a1)
future proof 5:38
2 (a2)
what your soul sings 6:38
3 (b1)
everywhen 7:39
4 (b2)
special cases 5:09
5 (c1)
butterfly caught 7:34
6 (c2)
a prayer for england 5:48
7 (d1)
small time shot away 7:59
8 (d2)
name taken 7:49
9 (e1)
antistar [8:17]/ (f1) (untitled) 19:38
note: some uk/us pressings are without copy protection software, all international versions contain copy protection software
 
 
 
cd promo: cdvdj2967 (custom case)
1
future proof 5:39
2
what your soul sings 6:37
3
everywhen 7:36
4
special cases 5:08
5
butterfly caught 7:33
6
a prayer for england 5:44
7
small time shot away 7:57
8
name taken 7:47
9
antistar [8:17]/(untitled) 19:36
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interview cd: cdivdj2967 (card sleeve)
1
why has this album taken so long? 1:01
2
what prompted you to restart the project? 0:51
3
so what was the eventual starting point for this album? 1:56
4
how has your sound moved on from mezzanine? 1:03
5
why have you decided to abandon samples on this album? 0:42
6
to what extent have advances in technology affected your sound? 0:39
7
how can you ensure that your music is still emotional when it is so machine-made? 0:59
8
is it hard to find the right balance between experimentation and perfectionism? 0:42
9
sequencing an album can often be the hardest job of all 0:45
10
what sort of reactions are you getting to this new album? 0:51
11
do you think this new record will draw in new fans? 0:21
12
do you still get a thrill out of writing songs? 0:38
13
what's the starting point of most of your songs? 0:22
14
how do you match the singer to the song? 0:44
15
you clearly value horace andy's contribution to your music very highly... 0:36
16
why did you choose sinéad o’connor to sing on this album? 1:00
17
how did you approach her vocals? 0:17
18
tell me about her song 'a prayer for england? 0:48
19
how do you come up with the lyrics for horace andy? 0:22
20
how did you choose which songs would fit your voice? 0:48
21
when it comes to your own vocals are you very self-critical? 1:02
22
how do you make your vocals sound so intimate? 0:46
23
how do your lyrics come together? 0:53
24
you're printing the lyrics on the album sleeve this time... 0:38
25
do you have great plans to update massive attack.com for this album? 1:09
26
how do you combine music and politics? 0:33
27
how are you active in the campaign to stop the war against iraq? 1:00
28
what's the significance of the album title 100th window? 0:52
29
'special cases' is the first single from this album, what's it about? 1:24
30
did that track always stand out as a potential single? 0:24
31
at what point in the creative process do ideas for videos kick in? 0:37
32
what do you envisage for the 'special cases' video? 0:25
33
how important is it to keep control over the way your music is marketed? 1:07
34
how did you arrive at the idea for your album cover? 1:34
35
those glass figures must gave taken some construction... 0:41
36
how ambitious will your live show be? 0:49
37
has trying out new ideas always been central to massive attack's existence? 1:11
38
now this album is finished, when will you be ready to record new material? 1:10
39
do you have any vocalists in mind for the next album? 0:24
40
what does being a part of massive attack mean to you? 0:33