Associated Performer, Music Production: Robert Del Naja Associated Performer, Music Production: Andrew Vowles Associated Performer, Music Production: Grantley Evan Marshall Studio Personnel, Engineer: Lee Shepherd Producer, Associated Performer, Samples, Keyboards, Programmer: Neil Davidge Associated Performer, Guitar: Angelo Bruschini Associated Performer, Drums: Andy Gangadeen Studio Personnel, Mixer: Mark ‘Spike’ Stent Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Jan Kybert Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: P-Dub Composer Lyricist: Horace Hinds Composer Lyricist: Del Naja Composer Lyricist: Marshall Composer Lyricist: Andrew Lee Isaac Vowles
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Directed by Walter Stern
Official video of Massive Attack performing Angel from the album Mezzanine.
This is how Fandom describes this television show:
As Chloe now knows the truth about Lucifer, she questioning if the man she knows is all an act by the incarnate of evil or if Lucifer truly is a good man.
In the meantime the relationship between Amenadiel, Maze and Linda is about to change forever.
Still reeling from Charlotte’s death, Dan sinks into a dark depression.
Adding onto the insanity is the reappearance of Lucifer’s old flame Eve.
I only went to try this season in the hopes that Netflix would have improved it, it started out doing the same formula before so I was ready to give up on it, and my brother GC was the only reason that I continued watching this show.
This season did eventually have a few moments here and there that made me want to watch the next episode, but mostly it was the same old formula that I am tired of.
So this season was a mixed bag and Netflix did not change much at all unfortunately, and so I do not plan on watching the next season until they reboot this for real this time or something.
For a better television show with angels et cetera watch Dominion which only got two seasons unfortunately.