Faithless ‎– Sunday 8PM

Cheeky Records ‎– CHEKCD 503
CD, Album, Partially Mixed

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1 The Garden 4:27
2 Bring My Family Back
Vocals – Rachael Brown
3 Hour Of Need
Vocals – Rachael Brown
4 Postcards
Scratches – DJ Swamp
5 Take The Long Way Home 7:13
6 Why Go?
Vocals – Boy George
7 She's My Baby
Vocals – Pauline Taylor, Rachael Brown
8 God Is A DJ 8:01
9 Hem Of His Garment
Scratches – DJ SwampVocals – Dido, Pauline Taylor
10 Sunday 8pm 2:42
11 Killer's Lullaby
Scratches – DJ Swamp


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  • Barcode: 5014524150351

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7243 4 84583 4 6 Faithless Sunday 8PM(Cass, Album) Cheeky Records 7243 4 84583 4 6 Poland 1998 Sell This Version
CHEK.CD503, Chek.CD503 Faithless Sunday 8PM(CD, Album) Cheeky Records, Cheeky Records CHEK.CD503, Chek.CD503 UK 1998 Sell This Version
D46117 Faithless Sunday 8PM(CD, Album, RE + CD, Mixed) Festival Records D46117 Australia 1999 Sell This Version
0524232, ORCD 54295 Faithless Sunday 8PM(CD, Album, RE + CD, Mixed + M/Print) Jive, Orange Records 0524232, ORCD 54295 Benelux 1999 Sell This Version
07822-19029-2 Faithless Sunday 8PM(CD, Album) Arista, Cheeky Records 07822-19029-2 US 1998 Sell This Version


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January 31, 2017
Although the music of Faithless is described as dance are most songs on the second album Sunday 8 pm very quiet character. Using lazy, slow computer beats, spatial keys-and sample sounds and the hypnotic raps of Maxi Jazz have Rollo and Sister Bliss (Faithless duo behind) a plate containing the above all have the atmosphere. The best examples of this are the beautiful, worn opener The Garden, Bring My Family Back and sung by Boy George Why Go?. The most exciting, varied and adventurous track is the hit single God Is A DJ. The best and most different number sung by Jamie Catto and Rachael Brown is the dreamy pop song gospel Hour Of Need.


June 27, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

A great mainstream dance album from Faithless. This is just fun to listen to, incorporating influences from deep house, trance, spoken word, gospel, and hip-hop. I truly respect Faithless (Maxi Jazz & co.), they have a high-class approach to music, and the lyrics are genius.