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High Fidelity - Right Song, Wrong Record
One of the guys in the store (the annoying one) challenges Rob to name the Top 5 Best Songs that are First on the Record (eg The First song of Sgt Pepper was Sgt Pepper's Lonely Club Hart Band). Anyways, he named one of them to be Massive Attack's "Radiation Ruling the Nation" from Massive Attack's "No Protection" Album. Unfortunately Rob is wrong since "Radiation Ruling the Nation" was the first song on the Record "Massive Attack v/s The Mad Professor" not "NO Protection". Right Song, just Wrong album.
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Larry Gilbert writes:
We just watched this movie again last night. The character who mentioned "Radiation Ruling the Nation" was John Cusack's, not Jack Black's. Furthermore, he clearly identified the album as "No Protection", which (as mentioned above) is short for "No Protection: Massive Attack v. Mad Professor". So I don't consider this to be a valid slip-up. (See
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Larry Gilbert writes:
According to the All-Music Guide, the complete name of the album in question is "No Protection: Massive Attack vs. Mad Professor". Perhaps the script referred to it simply as "No Protection", but Jack Black mistakenly dropped the "No"? (I don't know; I haven't seen the script.)
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