|Single by Massive Attack|
|from the album Protection|
|Released||17 October 1994|
|Format||CD, 12", cassette|
|Length||5:25 (album version)|
4:56 (single )
|Songwriter(s)||Andrew Vowles, Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall, Nellee Hooper, Nicolette Suwoton, Vivien Goldman|
|Producer(s)||Andrew Vowles, Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall, Nellee Hooper|
|Massive Attack singles chronology|
"Sly" is a single by British trip hop collective Massive Attack, released as a first single from their second album Protection on 17 October 1994. It reached number 24 in the United Kingdom, becoming the band's fourth top 40 single there.
Sly was the combination of Craig Armstrong’s strings combined with Nicolette’s unique sensual vocals. After hearing her first album Now is Early, and being suitably impressed by it, Massive Attack has chosen Nicolette to appear on the album Protection.
US CD single
|Scotland (Official Charts Company)||29|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||24|
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