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Having conquered the UK's hearts, minds and muddy fields with their first three albums, the Hartnoll brothers used In Sides to push the limits of rave. "The Girl With the Sun In Her Head" is an easygoing anthem that dances like sunbeams. "Petrol" pushes dark drum 'n' bass into IDM's twisted territory. And the industrial "Satan (Industry Standard)" even samples Butthole Surfers. A handful of sprawling mini-suites testify to the album's ambition, while the live tracks are proof of the duo's formidable stage presence.


Formed: 1987 in Sevenoaks, Kent, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Orbital became one of the biggest names in techno during the mid-'90s by solving the irreconcilable differences previously inherent in the genre: to stay true to the dance underground and, at the same time, force entry into the rock arena, where an album functions as an artistic statement -- not a collection of singles -- and a band's prowess is demonstrated by the actual performance of live music. Though Phil and Paul Hartnoll first charted with a single, the 1990 British Top 20 hit "Chime," the...
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