In 2000, the Solid Steel show moved to BBC London. Collaborations continued including 2001's "Re:volution" with The Guilty Party in 2001. In 2003, Black worked with Penny Rimbaud (ex Crass) on Crass Agenda's Savage Utopia project.
Coldcut returned with the single "Everything Is Under Control" at the end of 2005, followed in 2006 by their fifth studio album Sound Mirrors. A small world tour commenced with U.K. rapper Juice Aleem hosting the events. Three further singles were released from the album including the Top 75 hit "True Skool" with Roots Manuva. The same track appeared in the soundtrack of the videogame FIFA Street 2. This track features an Indian sample from a cult Bollywood era making the track popular on the bhangra and desi scene and with much of British Asian urban culture. --http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coldcut