Faithless are among the few club acts who have enjoyed sustained commercial success with singles and albums, but then it's no mere coincidence that they've valued introspective and outward-looking songwriting as much as dancefloor appeal, and have remained curious and progressive in their approach to production, mixing trip-hop, house, trance, dub, and even drum'n'bass. They got off to a fast start with "Salva Mea," "Insomnia," and "Reverence," a trio of consecutive singles that hit the U.K. Top Ten across 1996 and 1997. This paved the way for four additional Top Ten hits, an impressive run of albums including Sunday 8PM (1998), Outrospective (2001), and No Roots (2004), and their crowning achievement, the quadruple-platinum anthology Forever Faithless: The Greatest Hits (2005). They've since released To All New Arrivals (2006) and their ...
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