the Faith, 1992 "I Want You". But, ooh, I'd die to find out. Record producer, Nellee Hooper suggested Madonna as vocalist as he had recently finished producing her 1994 Bedtime Stories album and he set up a meeting with Massive Attack. 14 In a review for Inner City Blues: The Music of Marvin Gaye, Erlewine also wrote "A few tracks stand out from the mire, particularly Madonna and Massive Attack's trip-hop re-interpretation of "I Want You"." 15 Jim Farber of the New York Daily News stated.