This versatile trio has been creating their own trip-hopped up dance jams for more than a decade. Each of their four previous albums is a multi-instrumental, ambient mix bringing the lyrical stylings and political conscience of Maxi Jazz, the turntable talents of Sister Bliss and the production visions of Rollo Armstrong together for big, ambient dance anthems. 2004's No Roots debuted in the top spot on the UK charts, and their 1998 single, "God is a DJ" hit big in both the UK and the US, where it was a number one dance track. Faithless returned in 2006 with To All New Arrivals, an album they made after their massively successful greatest hits tour. It turns the volume way up and features collaborations with The Cure's Robert Smith.
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