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Massive Attack

British group Massive Attack performs to a crowd of approximately 10,000 at Queens Square on Aug. 25, 2003, in Bristol, United Kingdom. The gig was their first live performance in five years. Carl de Souza/Getty Images hide caption

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The Culture Corner on World Cafe

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Li Saumet (second from left) is lead singer of the Colombian band Bomba Estereo. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Guest DJ: Li Saumet From Bomba Estereo

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Album cover art for Four Tet's Fabriclive (upper left), M83 (right), The Field (bottom left).

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Electronic Edition: Burial And Massive Attack, M83, More

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Robert Del Naja of Massive Attack Stephane de Sakutin/AFP hide caption

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