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) The Wild Bunch ", Del Naja went on to become a founding member of the band Massive Attack where he is active to this day. '''Robert Del Naja''' (pron. ; born 21 January 1966, in Bristol, England), also known as '''3D''', is an English (England) artist and musician. Initially gaining notoriety as a graffiti artist and member of the Bristol collective known as "The Wild Bunch (The Wild Bunch (sound system))", Del Naja went

on to become a founding member of the band Massive Attack where he is active to this day. Music Del Naja is one of the founding members of Bristol trip-hop collective Massive Attack, who have released 5 studio albums and 2 compilation albums as of 2010, and has often featured as a vocalist on their releases. In addition to his work with Massive Attack, he provided vocals to "Invasion" on UNKLE's album ''Never, Never, Land'', and "Twilight"

. In 2005, platinum-selling Bristol band Massive Attack based their new studio facility around a 4056 G+ Special Edition console. ''Sound on Sound'' magazine, October 2005 SSL claim that the 4000 has been the mixer behind more platinum selling albums than all other consoles combined. Atkin moved to Bristol in 1989 to be Head of BBC Network Radio there. After four years in post, he became a freelance


Berlin

made Antheil's avant-garde music unwelcome in Germany, and at the height of the Depression (Great Depression), he returned to the US and settled in New York City. * The British trip hop band Massive Attack named their 2010 album ''Heligoland (Heligoland (album))''. * The Berlin-based football (Association football) club (:Category:German football clubs) TSV Helgoland (Helgoland Berlin) takes its name from the island. Between 1782 and 1783 we find Stamitz


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