Orbital (also known as Orbital 2 or the Brown Album) is the eponymous second studio album by English electronic music duo Orbital, released on 24 May 1993 by Internal and FFRR Records. The album peaked at number 28 on the UK Albums Chart. On Orbital the duo aimed to make more atmospheric music than the dance raves of their first album
The discography of the electronic dance music duo Orbital consists of nine studio albums, two original score albums, three live/session albums, four compilation albums, two DJ-Mix albums, four extended plays, and eighteen singles. The Bedroom Sessions (Various Artists, selected by Orbital, released with the April 2002 issue of Mixmag. (2002) UK. Back to Mine (DJ Mix album) (2002). Sonatine (1993) "Belfast". Shopping (1994) "Crash and Carry".
Walk Now (Live at Glastonbury 1994). Live at Glastonbury 1994-2004. Absolute Label Services, ATO Records (от лица компании "Orbital Music Ltd under licence to ACP Recordings Ltd"); SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor, BMI - Broadcast Music In. Sony ATV Publishing, UBEM" и другие авторские общества (1). Композиция. Attached (Live at Glastonbury 1994).
Orbital are an English electronic dance music duo from Sevenoaks, Kent, England, consisting of brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll. The band's name is taken from Greater London's orbital motorway, the M25, which was central to the early rave scene and party network in the South East during the early days of acid house. In addition, the cover art on three of their albums shows stylised atomic orbitals
Orbital - Live At the Eventim Hammersmith Apollo (02-12-2017).
Roll call - members attending. The album featured complex arrangements and textures, and opens with the two minute track Time Becomes, which comprises nothing more than 2 slightly detuned, looped samples of a Michael Dorn line from Star Trek: The Next Generation. here time becomes a loop being played simultaneously through the left and right channels, respectively (until 1 cycle of phase difference has happened). Orbital won a NME award for Vibes Best Dance Act early in 1994, but it was their headline appearance at the Glastonbury Festival on 25 June 1994 that brought them most attention. Q magazine classed it as one of the top 50 gigs of all time, and in 2002 included Orbital in their list of 50 Bands to See Before You Die.
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|4||Lush (Euro Tunnel Disaster Mix)||1:42|
|5||Impact (The Earth Is Burning) (Part 1)||4:55|
|6||Impact (The Earth Is Burning) (Part 2)||5:31|
|11||Monday (Orchestra Version)||0:48|
|12||Naked And The Dead||5:06|
|13||Naked And The Dub||3:00|