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Outrospective/Reperspective The Remixes


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  • Audio CD (24 Aug 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Cheeky
  • ASIN: B00006GSFN
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 60,769 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Donny X
2. Not Enuff Love
3. We Come 1
4. Crazy English Summer
5. Muhammad Ali
6. Machines R Us
7. One Step Too Far
8. Tarantula
9. Giving Myself Away
10. Code
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Disc: 2
1. One Step Too Far (Radio Edit)
2. We Come 1 (Wookie Remix)
3. Lotus
4. Crazy English Summer (Brothers On High Mix)
5. Giving Myself Away (P-Nut Remix)
6. Evergreen (Dusted Remix)
7. Not Enuff Love (Skinny Remix)
8. Daimoku
9. Liontamer (Ernest St Laurent Rem Ix)
10. We Come 1 (Dave Clarke Remix)
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Reperspective is essentially a collection of remixes of tracks from the dance trio's third album, Outrospective, plus a handful of previously unreleased tracks; but it is something of a mixed blessing. As a straight-up dance set, it's hard to fault. The dank club funk of new tracks "Daimoku" and "Lotus", and the sinister sci-fi bongo charge of BBC World Cup theme "God Is a Beckham", deliver dance-floor menace as only Faithless can. Elsewhere though, the very things that separate Faithless from the crowd--dark drama, sensual moods and Maxi Jazz's haunting monologues--are lost in favour of the up-scaled BPM. Though capable floor-fillers, UK garage supremo Wookie's rework of "We Come 1" and Ernest St Laurent's glistening disco remix of "Liontamer" have very little of Faithless about them. There are notable exceptions though. The radio edit of the Dido sung "One Step Too Far" is perfect grown-up pop and Brothers on High's rigid house turns "Crazy English Summer" into a hazy club anthem. Meanwhile, P-Nut's low-slung breakbeats, make his hip-hop makeover of "Giving Myself Away" even more grimy than the original, which can only be a good thing. --Mark Daniels

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By Lin on 20 Sep 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I am really the wrong person to ask here for a full review, don't get me wrong l am an ageing Faithless fan but this album was bought specifically for 2-3 tracks. I recommend it though for two versions of same in two completely different ways. Me? Im conventional so that l what l wanted it for. A must for collectors of wanting the 'Alls' of Faithless.
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Good music if you like Faithless, diffircitie of music.
Music noth oftend heared of Faithless.
I liked it muts.
Recommended.
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Amazing Music 29 Oct 2002
By Mark FitzSimmons - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is another great remix album following in the great footsteps of it's predecessors Irreverence and Saturday 3am. Its a great concept that pre-dated the current fad of releasing remix albums and delivers with most of its tracks. It starts of with the radio edit of One Step Too Far, which combines former member Dido's amazing voice with Maxi Jazz's powerful lyrics over a nice pop beat. Easily my favorite track. Other tracks of interest are the tracks Giving Myself Away(P-Nut Remix)which adds a great beat to already great lyrics and Liontamer (Ernest St Laurent Rem Mix) which give the song a completely new sound. The rest of the tracks well done, although I was not impressed with the We Come 1 remixes, though I may be biased in thinking there was no way to improve upon the amazing original version, found on the included Outrospective CD.
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Contreary to the meager "Outrospective" [Special Edition] 28 Nov 2003
By Judkator - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have written a review last year on how the 'special edition' remix album was very disappointing to those who have the singles because frankly they were mostly on that album. This time "Reperspective" has corrected that problem and I'd say it's up near the ranks of "Irreverence" and "Saturday 3 A.M."
Most of the ten tracks are all brand new with the classic touch of Faithless that I've missed from the other albums. Such examples are "Liontaimer" (Ernest St. Lauraunt Remix) is a fast-paced jazzy upbeat that keeps me going and I believe this is better than the original. "Not Enuff Love" (Skinny Remix) may be shorter than the original, however the remake is nothing more than sheer brillance to suit my mellow mood. "Crazy English Summer" (Hiver and Hammer Remix) is the opposite of the original due to the even-faster-pace club treatment which paid off well. "Giving Myself Away" (P-Nut Remix) got the slow hip-hop treatment opposite to its original electronica counterpart. I tip my hat for the brand new "Daimoku" and "Lotus" tracks which are simply put: ravishing.
I was quite disappointed with "God is a Beckham" because this is what I basically call 'Tarantula Redone' and not like the incredible "God is a DJ". I also didn't care too much for the other "Crazy English Summer" (Brothers on High Remix), "We Come 1" (Wookie Remix) and "One Step Too Far" but I'm more than willing to pay a visit to those tracks once in a blue moon. I guess we can't always get what we want, huh?
Overall I give this gem 4/5 mainly because of the songs listed (in second paragraph) and they gave more than what I expected.
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Copy Protection 31 Oct 2006
By codexwyrm - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I'm a huge fan of Faithless, and these remixes are ok, but I want to stress that the version I bought anyway, you can't copy it to your computer. Since I listen to cds almost exclusively on computer or mp3, it makes it pretty much worthless. Shame on you Faithless.
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