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Special Double Disc Edition of the Group's Final Album from Cheeky/Bmg that Follows the Pattern Set by their Previous Albums with a Bonus Disc of Remixes Released in Conjunction with the Promotion of the Album. Includes a Remix of "God is a DJ" Called "God is a Beckham" Specially Created as a Theme for the Fifa World Cup.

1. Donny X
2. Not Enuff Love
3. We Come 1
4. Crazy English Summer
5. Muhammad Ali
6. Machines R Us
7. One Stop T0o Far
8. Tarantula
9. Giving Myself Away
10. Code
11. Evergreen
12. Liontamer
13. We Come 1 (Enhanced Video)
14. One Step Too Far (Radio Edit)
15. We Come One (Wookie Remix)
16. Lotus
17. Crazy English Summer (Brothers On High Remix)
18. Giving Myself Away
19. Evergreen (Dusted Remix)
20. Not Enuff Love (Skinny Remix)
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 16, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Arista Europe
  • ASIN: B00006JCMH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #785,505 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Salam on July 15, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I'm new to Faithless, and Outrospective is my first album. After hearing it, I decided to go on and collect all the Faithless albums. Yes, Outrospective is that effective.
The album as a whole is flawless. It's a work of art. The album contains 12 rich, dreamy, and some trance tracks, and even my least favorite is very hearable, just not my taste.
The album starts with the track "Donny X". All kinda of things are going on the background, and very ambient. It's upbeat and a bit dark. The sound is almost 3-dimensional actually, which is very interesting and pleasing to the ears. Towards the end of the track, Maxi Jazz does his little rap. PLEASE - don't be shunned by the "rap", it's quite different than any other rap you have heard.
The second track is "Not Enuff Love", which is great for me. It's a good, sad song that may actually make you think a bit, sang by Dido's (which sings on a later track) brother, Rollo.
The third track is one of the hits, "We Come 1." It has the enigma, it has the instruments, and even the ambience. Trance and dance in one. Maxi Jazz does his rap (which is very cool), and the song actually has a deep, deep meaning(s). Try to figure it (or them) out. The song than takes momentum into a very danceable tune that will leave you tired; surely you'll starts busting a move to it. This track is 8: 14 minutes long - and every second is worth it! The track mixes into the next song...
..."Crazy English Summer", which is no more or less than beautiful. The song is actually sad, and it really touched me. A song most of us can relate to. Zoe, the vocalist, sounds like an angel in here. Her voice is deep and thick, yet retains a very attractive, sexy, and an angelic nature.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By gvazjr on July 10, 2001
Format: Audio CD
In my opinion, this is perhaps their best work to date. If you enjoyed their previous works, you'll really get a jolt out of this new offering. "Outrospective" combines Fatithless' eclectic and funk laced beats with Maxi Jazz's vocals and deep lyrics yet again. But this time, the band has a couple of twists thrown in to keep you hitting the repeat button (listen to the vocals, there's a theme.) This album will fit any mood you're in, because it serves whatever need you have, mood-wise. From high-energy dance to music to just chill by, Outrospective is it!
In addition to their Maxi Jazz's voice, this new album offers a new female voice to the Faithless faithful: Zoe Johnston (whose voice is gorgeous) is on tracks 4 "Crazy English Summer" and 10 "Evergreen". Of course, Rollo's sister Dido, appears on track 7 "One Step too Far" along with Maxi. Like Dido's other Faithless works this song is just phenomenal, (it's a nice treat to hear her voice in a new song!)
Despite all of my accolades, the album will of course draw some to say the band has changed, and perhaps not everyone will be attracted to every song. But, alas, these 12 tracks that will keep even the most ardent Faithless fans glued to the CD.
Bottom line, "Outrospective" is a must have for any Faithless fan. I haven't heard music that can morph so well in a long time.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Erica Anderson on July 16, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I have been waiting for new Faithless music for the past year. Their contribution to the "Back to Mine" series was a mere tidbit for me. I was somewhat worried that the band could not outdo the masterpiece "Sunday 8pm". Thankfully my worries were put to rest. "Outrospective" is perhaps the band's finest album to date. The first single off this gorgeous album is "We Come 1", another dance classic to go along with "God is a Dj" and "Insomnia". New bandmate Zoe Johnston makes an excellent addition to the band especially on the songs "Crazy English Summer", "Liontamer", and "Evergreen". It is quite evident that on "Outrospective", Rollo chose his role to be in the background and give Sister Bliss and Maxi Jazz bigger roles. Of course Dido makes a couple of appearances on this cd. I should note that Dido was never a full time member of Faithless as some people might think she is. She was more of a part-time member of the band. "Outrospective" is definitely one of the brightest highlights of this year and is most certainly one of the top 5 favorite cds of this year for me.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Charles Ryder on September 9, 2001
Format: Audio CD
All I can do as I write this "review" is skip back over and over to track 4, "Crazy English Summer." The simplicity of the song lays bare the field for vocals so beautiful I can't think of an appropriate metaphor. And this is just one gem on an album full of them!
All the elements of previous Faithless CDs are here: the heartfelt coolness of Maxi Jazz, the keyboard prowess of Sister Bliss and Rollo's legendary programming skills. But "Outrospective" has a new element: Zoë Johnston. She has a voice so sweet and an obvious musical talent that she almost steels the CD. Her original voice, style and sound are so rare in today's music world.

"One step too far," a track which features Dido, is perhaps one of the best on the CD; only with Faithless does Dido have such amazing music to sing by! However, it is "Evergreen" and "Crazy English Summer" that impressed this humble fan most. "Muhammad Ali" is great as well. The dance tracks "We come 1" and "Giving myself away" are predictably great.
Just wish there'd been more of Zoë's stunning voice...
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