U.K. dance music veterans Faithless has issued a new version of its recent album "The Dance" (Nates Tunes) for a much wider retail release.

The original CD version in May 2010 was an exclusive with mass merchant Tesco, while iTunes got the digital exclusive. "The Dance" moved 30,000 copies in its first week and entered the Official Charts Company albums listing at No. 2. It now has total sales in excess of 100,000, according to a statement.

The new edition - "The Dance Never Ends" - has four new tracks and four videos plus a bonus remix disc. It was released today (Nov. 1).

Traditional music retailers will likely welcome the chance to have a new edition for their customers in Q4, although Tesco remains on board as the exclusive mass merchant partner via its 800 stores and 420 gas stations. The iTunes store is the exclusive digital partner.

If there is any lingering resentment about that Tesco exclusive among traditional retailers, they should at least benefit from the £100,000 ($160,000) marketing campaign for the new edition, including TV advertising. And a U.K. arena tour in late November and early December should give the new version a boost in the weeks ahead.

"After the success of 'The Dance,' and the subsequent demand from retail, we were resolved to release a deluxe remix edition in Q4 and to extend our retail distribution for this special format," said Faithless' management team ATC in a statement.

The album is released independently and distributed by Essential Music & Marketing, part of the Cooking Vinyl Group.

"The Dance Never Ends" is available at U.K. entertainment retailer HMV, Amazon, Play and independent record stores.

"The Dance" was released via Ultra Records in June in the U.S.