Massive attack in Athens Greece, Lycabettus theater, 2003, two days

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When Massive attack announced their concerts I was glad, because they had become one of my favourite groups with their first 3 records. The tour was for their 100th window record, that many dismiss it as a weak album, but it stands repeated listens. The ticket was pricy and I couldn’t afford to buy their record and attend, at the same time. Despite that, the theater was full, both days. The first day I got up the hill, I was surprised to find Del Naja and Daddy G, sitting by the back gate discussing and photographing Athens! I took a few hurried photos (shaken from excitement) called them and took some more! The concert was great, both sound and visual, including Dot Allison as support act and helping the main act with vocals.