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Why Go? - Faithless - Sunday 8PM


1998
Label: Cheeky Records - TOCP-4141,Intercord Japan - TOCP-4141 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: Trance, Downtempo
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Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Sunday 8pm. Faithless September 28, Add to Wishlist. Listen to this album and millions more. First month free. Sunday Why Go? - Faithless - Sunday 8PM is Faithless' second album, released on 28 September The album reached 10 place in the UK charts.

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- Faithless - Sunday 8PM is the second studio album by English electronic music group Apollo The album features Charles Bukowski, Billy Mackenzie, and a tribute to Gene Krupa; all three of whom had died Why Go? - Faithless - Sunday 8PM the time of the album's release. Its title is a reference Bits Und Bytes - Meier Plus - Herzschlag the film Electra Glide in Blue.

Extra Virgin. Extra Virgin is the debut album by British trip hop band Olive, originally released in The album includes the single "You're Not Alone", which originally reached number 42 in the UK Singles Chart in and when re-released in it reached number one.

Two other singles were released from the album: "Outlaw" and "Miracle". The trip hop influence of Massive Attack and Portishead, while in small quantities, are evident, mixed in with synth-based electronic dance. Faithless Albums. To All New Arrivals. To All New Arrivals is the 5th studio album by dance music act Faithless.

The album was created after the positive response to the Faithless Greatest Hits tour, originally described as their "final tour". The album was released on 27 Novembera week after the single Bombs. The title for the album was inspired by the recent birth of two babies to band members Rollo and Sister Bliss.

Lead singer Maxi Jazz loved the title, partly due to his Buddhist faith and partly due to his parents being new arrivals to the UK in the s.

The tagline for the album are lyrics taken from the song "Music Matters": For all those who stood up and were counted, For all those for whom money was no motive, For all those for whom music was a message, I want to thank you.

The song also contains samples and a section of arrangement from The Cure hit "Lullaby". The album was supported by a tour of all of the United Kingdom's major arenas which began in Nottingham on 17 March It entered the UK album chart at 30 for the week ending 3 December Everything Will Be Alright Tomorrow.

The group has released remix discs in follow-up to their prior three studio albums and Everything Will Be Alright Tomorrow follows in that tradition though it is the first to be released on its own.

Additionally, rather than containing remixes, it contains instrumental versions of eight tracks from No Roots along with an original recording "Blissy's Groove". No Roots [Japan Bonus Tracks]. No Roots is the fourth album by British electronic music act Faithless, released in It reached number one on the UK Albums Chart that year, giving them their first number one album in their career.

Outrospective Reperspective The Remixes. Outrospective is the third album by Faithless, released on 18 June it was the follow-up to Sunday 8PM and the predecessor to No Roots.

The cover photograph was taken during the May students uprisings in Paris, France. In Why Go? - Faithless - Sunday 8PM cover booklet of Forever Faithless - The Greatest Hits, Rollo Armstrong has stated that despite Outrospective being their biggest selling album in the UK, it is, however, his least favorite.

Reverence Special Edition. Reverence is the debut album by Faithless, released in April and then reissued in October. The album contains several singles that have subsequently become Faithless classics, such as "Don't Leave", "Salva Mea", and "Insomnia". The album reached 26 in the UK charts. Live At Alexandra Siegfried Ochs / Karl Hermann Pillney, Ernst Günter Scherzer*, Die Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie*, W. Passing the Baton - Live from Brixton.


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6 thoughts on “ Why Go? - Faithless - Sunday 8PM

  1. Oct 12,  · Although the music of Faithless is described as dance are most songs on the second album Sunday 8 pm very quiet character. Using lazy, slow computer beats, spatial keys-and sample sounds and the hypnotic raps of Maxi Jazz have Rollo and Sister Bliss (Faithless duo behind) a plate containing the above all have the atmosphere.4/5().
  2. Jul 24,  · Sunday 8PM is Faithless' second album, released on 28 September The album contains the hit singles "Bring My Family Back", "Take the Long Way Home", and "God Is a DJ". The album reached #10 place in the UK charts. In , Sunday 8PM was one of twelve albums to make the shortlist for the Mercury Prize.3/5(2).
  3. Sunday 8PM is Faithless' second album, released on 28 September The album contains the hit singles "Bring My Family Back", "Take the Long Way Home", and "God Is a DJ". The album reached #10 place in the UK charts. In , Sunday 8PM was one of Genre: Electronica, trip hop, trance, downtempo.
  4. Sunday 8PM / Saturday 3AM is a re-release of the Sunday 8PM album from Faithless. The CD contains a bonus CD with remixes. The CD contains a bonus CD with remixes. Track listing [ edit ]Genre: Trip hop, dance.
  5. Lyrics to Why Go? by Faithless from the Sunday 8pm album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  6. Mar 17,  · Faithless is a project done by producers Rollo (Roland Armstrong) and Sister Bliss (Ayalah Bentovim) together with songwriter / rapper Maxi Jazz (Maxwell Frazer). They had big hits such as ‘Salva Mea (Save Me)’, ‘God Is A DJ’, ‘We Come 1’ /5(21).

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