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The Lost Album

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Finally Out of the Vault

The band who had a decent size hit with "Medicine (Baby Come Back)" originally recorded this album to be their second album in 1999. However, the label went through a merger and this got released. A single was actually released "I Wanna Make You," back in 1999, and now 12 years later we get the entire thing. Good mix of rock with some electronic elements spiced in gently. If you are a fan of 90's alternative rock pick this up. Unlike bands who had success in the 90's trying to make modern music, this is truly a 90's product.

Ted

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Orbit Rocks

One of the best rock bands of the 90's Libido Speedway has to be one the best albums recorded. The lost album was worth the extra 10 year wait. I hope this band finds a way back.

Biography

Formed: 1994 in Boston, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Rising out of the Boston indie rock scene that earlier spawned their chief influences the Pixies, Orbit's brand of punky, poppy alternative rock was initially the product of a power trio: guitarist/vocalist Jeff Robbins, bassist Mark Brookner, and drummer Paul Buckley. They got together in early 1994 and started playing around the Boston area, and drummer Buckley soon formed his own record label, Lunch. After several smaller releases, Orbit issued their full-length debut, La Mano, on Lunch in 1995....
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  • $4.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Apr 26, 2011
  • Parental Advisory

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