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The best or second-best Faithless album...,
This review is from: Reverence (Audio CD)
It is very difficult to top the white-hot, cumulative intensity of 2005's "No Roots" but for stand-alone tunes (which still have their own kind of unity...) "Reverence" is also outstanding. The remix disk "Irreverence" - which is included in some versions of this album - delivers consistently superb alternatve versions of these songs, notable even for a group that has one of the finest catalogues of remixes in Musicdom.
Don't debate: buy "Reverence" and "No Roots". You will be sickened to hear that this protean, unpredictable, unclassifiable artist/producer trio has announced "No Roots" to be their last album while ho-hum nonentity derivative acts roll on forever.