FAITHLESS - TO ALL NEW ARRIVALS, album released November 2006.
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To All New Arrivals is the 5th studio album by Faithless. The album was created after the positive response to the Faithless Greatest Hits tour, originally described as their "final tour". The album was released on 27th November 2006, a week after the single Bombs. The title for the album was originally thought of due to at the time, Rollo having just had a baby, and Sister Bliss' baby being due in the next few days. Maxi loved the title, partly due to his Buddhist faith and partly due to his parents being new arrivals to the UK in the 1950s. The band believe it to be their best album to date. The tagline for advertisement is:
For all those who stood up and were counted,
For all those for whom money was no motive,
For all those for whom music was a message,
I want to thank you.
These are lyrics from the song Music Matters. In one notable collaboration, the track Spiders, Crocodiles & Kryptonite features the vocals of Robert Smith of post-punk group The Cure. The song also contains samples and a section of arrangement from The Cure hit Lullaby.
02 Spiders, Crocodiles And Kryptonite
03 Music Matters
04 Nate's Tune
05 I Hope
06 Last This Day
08 Hope And Glory
09 A Kind Of Peace
10 The Man In You
THE VIDEO [mpeg SkidVid]
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Faithless - Bombs 
The video, which was banned on release by MTV in the US, shows scenes of everyday life contrasted and combined with footage of war. Children run across the deck of an aircraft carrier, a family skip hand-in-hand through the surf on a beach as a mushroom cloud rises on the horizon, a couple share a romantic meal while troops engage in combat and a man washes his car as troops rescue a wounded soldier.