Dance act Faithless has released an enhanced version of their 2020 album, ‘All Blessed’.
It contains the original album, recent single ‘Everybody Everybody’ and a fresh remix of the single from TCTS. The enhanced version also includes remixes of singles from the original ‘All Blessed’ album from producers such as Maceo Plex, Cristoph and Paul Woolford.
The original version, released last year, was Faithless’ first studio LP in 10 years, released on BMG. This 2021 edition is available as a Vinyl 3LP and revised Digital Deluxe, too.
On the release, Sister Bliss of the band told Mixmag: "Even though we have moved into the age of streaming, we feel strongly that vinyl still has a place in the digital era. It's the analogue world we came from, and especially as we had so many strong dance remixes of the songs on 'All Blessed', this felt like the ideal place to present them to our vinyl-loving fans, allowing both the music, and the artwork to shine."
"There is a real sense of occasion when you open a triple vinyl gatefold sleeve album, with all the sleeve notes and lyrics to pore over time. We hope this brings an extra dimension to the listening experience, and we are very grateful to have the opportunity to make this deluxe version of our album. We hope it has a special place in your collection!"
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Faithless stretches back some 25 years now, marrying elements of house, trip-hop, dub and songwriting into their sound. Over this time, they’ve played Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage twice, multiple arena shows, and this year played Creamfields Festival main stage.
Buy and stream ‘All Blessed (Deluxe)’ here.
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