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Blue Lines is the debut album by British electronica group Massive Attack, released on 8 April 1991 (see 1991 in music) by Virgin Records.

Track listing

| all_writing = in part by Massive Attack (Marshall, Vowles, Del Naja) | writing_credits = yes | title1 = Safe from Harm |note1= sampled "Stratus" by Billy Cobham | writer1 = Massive Attack, Nelson, Cobham | length1 = 5:18 | title2 = One Love |note2= sampled "You Know, You Know" by Mahavishnu Orchestra | writer2 = Massive Attack, Andy, Williams, McLaughlin, Wolinski | length2 = 4:48 | title3 = Blue Lines | writer3 = Massive Attack, Thaws, Max Bennett, Brown, Carlton, Guerin, Sample, Scott | length3 = 4:21 |note3= sampled "Sneakin' in the Back" by Tom Scott | title4 = Be Thankful for What You've Got | writer4 = DeVaughn | length4 = 4:09 | title5 = Five Man Army | writer5 = Massive Attack, Thaws, Williams | length5 = 6:04 | title6 = Unfinished Sympathy | writer6 = Massive Attack, Nelson, J. Sharp | length6 = 5:08 | title7 = Daydreaming |note7= sampled "Mambo" by Wally Badarou | writer7 = Massive Attack, Nelson, Thaws, Badarou | length7 = 4:14 | title8 = Lately |note8= sampled "Mellow Mellow Right On" by Lowrell Simon | writer8 = Massive Attack, Nelson, Redmond, Brownlee, J. Simon, F. E. Simon | length8 = 4:26 | title9 = Hymn of the Big Wheel | writer9 = Massive Attack, Andy, Cherry | length9 = 6:36 }}




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