|Remix album by|
|Released||17 February 1995|
|Massive Attack chronology|
Mad Professor was contacted by Massive Attack after Protection was released to remix a song for a single. After the single was remixed, the band asked Mad Professor to listen to more of the album to explore the possibility of further remixes. The project then became a track by track remix of almost the entire album. Mad Professor heavily edited the original material to form a slow, pulsating mix in which the beat is emphasised, reverb is extensively used and the occasional vocals (many of the tracks are almost entirely instrumental) fade in-and-out in typical dub fashion.
|The Village Voice||A−|
According to music journalist Robert Christgau, No Protection was the most hyped album during dub music's revival in the mid-1990s. In his review for The Village Voice, he found the music well defined and textured: "It also sustains a convincing gravity—a sense that all these whooshings and clangings and suckings and scrapings and boomings and snatches of tune relate to each other and the rest of the physical universe."
- "Radiation Ruling the Nation" (based on "Protection") – 8:35
- "Bumper Ball Dub" (based on "Karmacoma") – 5:59
- "Trinity Dub" (based on "Three") – 4:22
- "Cool Monsoon" (based on "Weather Storm") – 7:10
- "Eternal Feedback" (based on "Sly") – 6:26
- "Moving Dub" (based on "Better Things") – 5:57
- "I Spy" (based on "Spying Glass") – 5:07
- "Backward Sucking" (based on "Heat Miser") – 6:17
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