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  • Audio CD (May 25, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B003F8LSBY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #347,137 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Not Going Home
2. Feel Me
3. Crazy Bal'heads
4. Comin Around
5. Tweak Your Nipple
6. Flyin High
7. Love is My Condition
8. Feelin Good
9. North Star
10. Sun To Me
11. Scandalous [*]

Editorial Reviews

2010 release from the iconic British Electronic act. The Dance sees Maxi Jazz, Sister Bliss and Rollo reach the bar that their back-cat sets so high, and Maxi reckons it's 'chock-a-block with dance tunes which we hope will be the soundtrack to many Saturday nights for a while to come.' Faithless family member Dido lends her shimmering tones to 'Feeling Good'. Also getting in the vocal booth for tracks on the album are Dougy Mandagi (The Temper Trap), Itch (The King Blues) and classical singer Mia Maestro. First single 'Not Going Home' is a stadium-like club symphony, a seven minute sonic call-to-arms. Faithless' influence from being at the top of the pile for a decade and a half is easy to spot these days: think Calvin Harris' recent #1 or the countless tracks with a House groove, riff and rapper, Faithless' signature sound adopted by many, bettered by none. PIAS. 2010.

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Perfectly balanced...awesome to workout too or just listen, this is such a great band.
shark
Can't wait to hear the rest of the remixes and singles as the album get's rolled out - and here's hoping they tour the US!
C. Dodkin
It segues seamlessly into the haunting ballad "Love is my condition" with dreamy female vocals.
Nse Ette

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Adrien T on July 8, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Four years after the release of their latest album, the excellent The New Arrivals, Faithless is greatly back on the front of the electronic scene with a pure musical masterpiece which shows once again that this legendary group has lost nothing of its superb!
If for some, their latest album was a bit distant from the sound Faithless had the habit to produce, The Dance naturaly imposes itself as the worthy successor of Outrospective, their best milling produced so far.
As usual, the Englishmen give us a Herculean artwork as only them are able to produce by mixing with a perfect symbiosis trance/dance anthems, reggae and experimental electro/pop.
The recipe is magical, the sauce takes on the first hearing and appeals to many others.

This new album, eagerly awaited by the whole electro scene is simply phenomenal and holds real nuggets other than the main track of the album, "Not Going Home" heard as a preview thanks to Pete Tong on Radio 1 and which has been brilliantly remixed by artists such as Eric Prydz, Armin van Buuren, Rollo & Sister Bliss and Hervé Sedji.
If this track is a killer, what to say about "Comin Around" on which the devine voice of Dougy Mandagi sends us with no return to the high spheres of the sound made in Faithless!!!
However and although this new album is a perfect success in more than one way, a track caught my attention more than others.
"Tweak Your Nipple" is the musical UFO of this new milling. It includes the very particular voice of Maxi Jazz along with a trancyl progressive beat also powerful enough to blow any dancefloor of the planet.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nse Ette TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 18, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Faithless are a UK Electronic/Dance music trio comprising Maxi Jazz, Sister Bliss, and Rollo (brother to Dido). "The Dance" is their sixth album in their distinctive largely spoken style, and opens with the hypnotic six and a half minute-long Dance number "Not going home" which is also the lead-off single. Just as upbeat is the antsy "Feel me".

Changing pace is the laid-back Reggae "Crazy Bal'heads" which samples its chorus from Bob Marley's "Crazy baldhead" with Jazz rapping/speaking on politicians, the recession, and people suffering hardship. "Comin around" has a spoken intro with a wall of harmonies in the background kicking into a dizzying Dance number (featuring vocals by Dougy Mandagi from The Temper Trap). The atmospheric "Tweak your nipple" is filled with spiritual lyrics of self belief. "Your words have enough weight to turn rock to metal" he tells us as trance strings sweep in.

"Flyin hi" is a spare ambient ballad with fleeting operatic flourishes by Classical singer Mia Maestro and soothing lyrics from Jazz. It segues seamlessly into the haunting ballad "Love is my condition" with dreamy female vocals. This in turn segues into the stomping "Feeling good" with a stabbing bassline and Rollo getting Sis Dido to provide her smooth vocals. Dido features again on the Dance number "North star" with doleful strings.

Closing are the stark stomping "Sun to me" (with the repetitive lyrics "You're the sun to me" against a subtly morphing backdrop) and the groovy downbeat "Scandalous" with almost poetic lyrics from Jazz and chanted chorus.

This is an album that digs stubbornly into your cranium and stays put. The band say they hope "The Dance" will be the soundtrack to many Saturday nights for a while to come. I second that! Unfortunately, it appears this will be an import only, as even in the UK, it is being sold only at Tesco and iTunes. A great album though...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By blackylawless86 on July 20, 2010
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I have waited patiently for 3 years(since the release of "to all new arrivals") for the release of this latest Faithless masterpiece;"The Dance".And I have to say that without a doubt, this by far,is thier best Album(cd).From the opening track "not going home",to the final track "sun to me".No band,and I'm including the lads from Dublin,the mighty U2.Can provoke equal parts tears,laughter,and optimism(on world politics/poverty),through their lyrics,and ambient dance sounds,like our beloved Faithless can.So hears to you "Blissie","Jazzy",Rollo,Aubrey,Dido,Mia,and whomever else,that I'm leaving out here,in this coronation.A heart filled thank you,from all us Faithless fanatics.
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By C. Dodkin on May 28, 2010
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It's been a long time coming, (as Dido sings on North Star), but it was worth the wait.

Back to a more dance based sound, this album is rhythmic, uplifting, and memorable - This is the album that lifts you out of the global recession, and onto the dance floor...

Although I love the dance tracks on the CD - the absolute stand-out for me is still Dido's co-written 'North Star' - it's destined to be a classic.

Yes it's been difficult to get a copy here in the US because of the whole iTunes and Tesco 'exclusive' - but that's why Amazon has other channels you can buy from.

Can't wait to hear the rest of the remixes and singles as the album get's rolled out - and here's hoping they tour the US!
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Faithless have now been around along time and i was a bit hesitant in buying a CD from an artist that was in their twilight years however was i so wrong. They seemed to have got a second wind and this CD proves that exceptional artists such as Faithless simply dont fade away. Great songs, great production....as good as any of their previous efforts.
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