Evening Standard, a vibrant statement of continuing nancial Times.A planned compilation of material from the band's Factory and Sire years was announced in 2001, but the album, Strange Dancing, was never released.

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During this tour, they also previewed a few songs from their following album, Living in Extraordinary Times, released on Percussionist and backing vocalist Deborah Knox-Hewson joined the band during the tour, replacing Ron Yeadon.The band's activities culminated in a sell-out show to 30,000 people at the Alton Towers theme park in July, broadcast live on BBC Radio 1, following which Andy Diagram left the group.

The album reached only number 11, the lowest position for a James studio album since their signing to Fontana.The first two EPs would later be collected as Village Fire.Reunion: 2007present edit In January 2007 singer Tim Booth's personal website announced that "Tim will be rejoining James in early 2007 for a series of live shows to be announced very soon".