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crucial tracks from second album

This compilation has some of the best tracks from the hard to find second album. (It was brown. Don't recall the name. Hasn't been on iTunes or in stores.) Tracks like Lush, Remind and Impact are seminal intelligent / ambient techno. When I first heard that album in the early 90s, music for me changed forever. Hearing them now, for the first time in about a decade, they're still sublime.

What Orbital is all about

This album highlights everything I love about Orbital. From the classics like Chime, Belfast, Satan, and Impact, to the previously unreleased tracks, this is a fantastic compilation. I recommend this for anyone who is an Orbital fan (probably not those who simply like Halcyon) and wants to dig deeper into the Orbital discography, while keeping it all in one album.

Orbital Comes Full Circle

Okay. That's a bad pun. But, this is a great album. This album has many of Orbital's essential tracks from each of their albums. I admire Tom Middleton's reworking of "Halcyon". There are many things in this collection that I used to have a while ago that only appeared on UK import maxi-singles, as well. I'm quite pleased with the selection that the brothers Hartnoll offer in this collection.


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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