~ Release group by Faithless


Outrospective2×12" Vinyl6 + 6
  • XE2001-06-08
  • GB2001-06-18
Cheeky Records74321 850831743218508318
  • GB2001-06-18
Cheeky Records74321 85083 2743218508325
  • GB2001-06-18
Cheeky Records74321 86555 2743218655524
  • GB2001-06-18
Cheeky Records74321 86280 2
OutrospectiveEnhanced CD12
  • US2001-07-10
OutrospectiveEnhanced CD13
Cheeky Records, BMG (the former Bertelsmann Music Group, defunct since 2004-08-05; for releases dated 2008 and later, use “BMG Rights Management”)74321 850832, 74321 862802743218628023
V2 (imprint of V2 Music Ltd. and its international subsidiaries)VVR1017292
Outrospective2×CD12 + 12
  • GB2002-08-26
Cheeky Records74321 95346 2743219534620
Outrospective2×CD12 + 10
Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008; do not use if a specific sub-label is available)74321 93649 2
Outrospective (Special Edition South Africa)2×CD12 + 10
BMG Records Africa, Cheeky RecordsCDAST(CSS)4286007124369925
OutrospectiveEnhanced CD15
  • DE2003-05-26
Cheeky Records82876 53042 2828765304221
Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008; do not use if a specific sub-label is available)88697028262886970282628
Outrospective2×12" Vinyl6 + 6
  • NL2011-06-27
Music on Vinyl (imprint of Music on Vinyl B.V. Do not use for manufacturing/distribution relationships!)MOVLP3298713748982010


associated singles/EPs:Sampler
included in:Original Album Classics
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/master/72494 [info]
reviews:https://www.bbc.co.uk/music/reviews/fbdp [info]
Allmusic:https://www.allmusic.com/album/mw0000588510 [info]
Wikidata:Q372205 [info]

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More upbeat in both tempo and emotion Outrospective is the natural response to last year's melancholy Sunday 8pm with Faithless reasserting their dance floor credentials and position as one of the UK's premiere acts.

"We Come 1" and its remixes successfully put Faithless back in the clubs but as a single release is a little suspect. Like "Insomnia", this is the traditional, floor-filling epic and although it does the business it sells the rest of the album short. It is those tracks that are a little more considered, such as Maxi Jazz's soulful testament to his childhood hero "Muhammad Ali" and Zoe Johnston's sublime "Crazy English Summer", that will give this album a shelf life. In the wake of a meteoric year, the return of Dido (Rollo's sister) is both predictable and welcome: her soaring vocals teamed with intuitive production on "One Step Too Far" put Faithless on a mountain top. With such strong material in the can their live show beckons and those who are faithless will surely be converted. Wonderful.