The Dance - Faithless Reviews
Description:Genre: Dance & Electronic - House & Garage / Artist: Faithless / Audio CD released 2010-05-17 at Pias Recordings
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Forever Faithless: The Greatest Hits - FaithlessSimply Peerless (261 words)
by sympatic - written on 12/02/08 (Useful, 54 readings)
Faithless are one of the top dance bands around and this collection of their best songs was a must have for my collection, although the public face is that of two members there is a third that combines to make the diving force behind the band, Rollo Armstrong, Sister Bliss and Maxi Jazz, and whether it is studio produced or a stunning live set the dance anthems they have conjured up will live long in the memory. Insomnia is the opening track with its powerful down times and a single pizzicato sound (not my words stolen from the sleeze) basically a single note changing in pitch to my uneducated ear, this change in tempo is great when you can still hear the crowd buzzing after the ...
Forever Faithless: The Greatest Hits - FaithlessHave Faith! There will be more (496 words)
by deeej - written on 16/11/05, updated on 16/11/05 (Useful, 122 readings)
Forever F Faithless Released on Cheeky Records under BMG/SONY 82876681522 Price dependant on where you get it from, £8.75 from cdwow. 10 Years is a long time, since 1995 Faithless has gone from a group of individuals into a band which has toured the world and the end product is this awesome 16 track album. Faithless made it big when they brought out Insomnia, which peaked at Number 1 in most countries in the EU. Their success in Germany and Austria kept them touring, then Holland loved them so they went there, now Faithless are selling out Arenas all around the world with their genre breaking music. Reverence, Sunday 8pm, Outrospective and No Roots have all sold ...
Back To Mine - Faithlessis it ambient wank? (827 words)
by fake plastic tea - written on 29/04/01, updated on 29/04/01 (Very useful, 215 readings)
It doesn’t matter if you have heard (or even like) F Faithless music before or not this is an album that you can still really get to like and listen to over and over again. It was mixed by two brilliant people, Sister bliss who is a current member of Faithless as well as being a top club DJ, and a former Faithless member (as well as being an electronic guru) called Rollo. If because of this you think that this will be a dance album you are wrong because it is actually a chill out album that came about after Sister Bliss and Rollo were asked to make a compilation of so called mellow music. The compilation itself only has one song by Faithless (Sunday 8pm) but ...