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Saturday 17 October 1998
Trip-hop maestros Massive Attack (left) take to the road in December on a tour to promote their recent album, Mezzanine. Following the success of their previous long-players, Blue Lines and the enduring Protection, tickets are sure to be thin on the ground.
Sheffield Arena (01142 565656) 3 Dec; London Arena, London E14 (0990 121212) 4 Dec, pounds 17.50; Cardiff International Arena (01222 224488) 7 Dec; Birmingham NEC (0121-780 4133) 9 Dec; Brighton Centre, Kings Road, Brighton (0870 900 9100) 11 Dec, pounds 16.50; Bournemouth International Centre (01202 456456) 12 Dec
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