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Orbital 9/1/2005

Review

The U.S. version of Orbital's debut album serves as a good primer to the group's early history, including standard versions of the early singles "Chime," "Omen," "Satan," and "Midnight," in addition to two B-sides which showed Phil and Paul's first stab at varying their Kraftwerk-inspired sound. "Belfast" (from the "Satan" single) is a warm, mid-tempo synth track inspired by Depeche Mode; "Choice," at the other extreme, is an aggro-house piece with vocal samples (e.g., "Wake Up!") that recall socially conscious punks like Crass. ~ John Bush
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 The Moebius Orbital 7:0
  3. 2 Speedfreak Orbital 7:16
  4. 3 Oolaa Orbital 6:22
  5. 4 Desert Storm Orbital 12:3
  6. 5 Farenheit 303 Orbital 8:24
  7. 6 Steel Cube Idolatry Orbital 6:34
  8. 7 High Rise Orbital 8:20
  9. 8 Chime Orbital 5:56
  10. 9 Midnight Orbital 6:53
  11. 10 Belfast Orbital 8:5
  12. 11 I Think It's Disgusting Orbital 0:49

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