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Where is the non-live version of Halcyon and On and On? Great song but would like the non-live version as well...cant find it! Please throw it on here! Thanks!

The best song is Album-Only!

I'm a big fan of Orbital and I've listened to this CD(s) probably a hundred times. For some reason the CD(s) came in two different versions, with no way of telling them apart unless you opened them. They had the same disk one, but two different disk twos; the version on sale here is the "Saint/Sinner" version; the other version had a 28-minute long version of The Box which was strange because it seemed to be a stringing-together of a few different songs, but wonderful because it ended with a version of The Box (Part 2) that included a vocal track! Anyway, The killer songs on it are The Box (Part 2) and The Girl With The Sun In Her Head, and the latter may well have become my favorite Orbital song of all time. Out There Somewhere (Part 2) is also pretty good; I'm very fond of Part 2's start.

In a class by itself

Lush, wonderful and a bit weird – this is one of the best electronic albums yet, incorporating the beauty of their Snivilisation album with some fantastic production work. I find something new to love about this album each time I listen to it. It's a shame the first edition with the 30-minute, four-part version of The Box is so hard to find!


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,"...
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