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To All New Arrivals

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Album Review

Following their number one greatest-hits collection Forever Faithless from the previous year, Faithless released their fifth studio album, To All New Arrivals, at the end of 2006 while the former was still enjoying its extended run on the charts. The album title referred to the new babies in the families of bandmembers Rollo and Sister Bliss, but could have equally referred to the tracks, most of which feature collaborators including Harry Collier, Robert Smith from the Cure, Cat Power, and former member Dido on the track "Last This Day." There are three instrumentals, the repetitive, tinkling "Nate's Tune," the trance-like "I Hope," and the final track, "Emergency," which throws everything including the kitchen sink into a seven-minute soundscape.

Biography

Formed: 1995 in London, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A prime house-pop group and consistent club act, Faithless is at its core a duo of producers Rollo and Sister Bliss. Before the group officially came together in 1995, Rollo had produced a previous club hit ("Don't You Want Me" as Felix in 1992), plus an album for Kristine W. and remixes for the Pet Shop Boys, Björk, and Simply Red. Sister Bliss, a piano and violin prodigy from the age of five, converted to acid house in 1987, and quickly became one of the U.K.'s best house DJs, also recording several...
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  • 6,99 €
  • Genres: Electronic, Music, Dance, House
  • Released: 26 September 2005

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