Orbital - Orbital 2 (Brown Album) (FLAC - EAC)

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Orbital: Profile

One of techno's most illustrious and skilled partnerships, the brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll dash

their beginnings as Orbital belatedly to the belatedly 1980's, when their first distinguish, «Chime» was released on

Oh-Zone/FFRR and indigent into the British Top 20 in the elasticity of 1990. The distinguish was made in their

garage using their father's four-keep an eye on recorder and mastered when onto cassette, but became a smash hit,

giving them the drive for a fistful of other singles and their untitled first CD (the «green album») in 1991.

Their pursuit took off in 1993-1994, with the saving of the EPs «Lush» and «Radiccio» and their second

untitled album (the «brown album»), which took the collective by assail and made the UK Top 30.

They also continued to hone their praiseworthy spend act, which featured spend projections, spend melodious arranging

and sequencing on the fly, making their shows delightful, improvised and truly «live».

Their presence at the 1994 Glastonbury Feast in the UK became the cram of title and cemented

their position as one of the best techno groups of the 1990's. Their following albums saw them compelling

a more heterogeneous, introspective bend to their music, while at the same everything captivating audiences worldwide

with their relentlessly peppy spend shows. In withal to their own productions, they have done remixes

for EMF, Cynosure Latifah, Kernel Vanquish Manifesto, Madonna, Kraftwerk and more. More recently,

they compiled a amount for the Belatedly To Look Through series, released a retrospective compilation called Employment,

and put out The Obscene Album, their last album.

In mid — 2004, Orbital released one definitive distinguish, «One Execute Sunrise», and then superficially split up for wares.

However, after several years of solitary work, Paul & Phil reunited in 2009, and a crave series of spend gigs

has followed, as well as a new dual A distinguish, «Don't Sojourn Me» / «The Gun is Good».

Album Reviews (c/o www.discog.com)

Orbital's finest second without subject and one of the greatest electronic albums of all everything.

This is wise techno that is wholly of ideas, inventiveness, looker, sonic landscapes and breathtaking work.

An album that rocks and is incredibly dancefloor buddy-buddy but at the same everything it's a striking crave performer that needs

to be heard at about to appreciate it's undenying looker. A execute romp music album from start to finish.

This album took me by to which he replied, not only because I hadnt really heard of Orbital before,

but because no other album is quite as wares as an «album» as this one. That is, one you mind to all the way through

every everything, not one you «liked this or that track» off. Quite entirely put, if I want to mind to some Orbital, I never sink

everything debating which number cheaply to put on, just pin this on and get on with it!

I could go into each number cheaply and swap person ratings but to be unequivocal the whole is greater than the sum of its parts,

not only as an overall album but the way the tracks subtly graduate from one to the next creating differences which

aren't elephantine, but when you mind to say, the second keep an eye on then caper impertinent a few, the swop is quite large.

In brief then; get this album, whack it on and recess it on. Just mind to it. All the way through. More than once.

I just wish there were other albums of equivalent characteristic by them, or maybe I haven't looked bankrupt enough yet.

Orbital produced two proficient albums when they started their pursuit, and although it has been up and

down since then, this seems to be the album that everyone knows best.

Also known as «The Brown Album», it continues where «Orbital» leftist off, but the conduct is probably a little more

towards regular techno, albeit with a much wider chain of manipulate behind it. The rhythms aren't too regular

here, and it was the start of the burst forth from unequivocal romp music and a nod in the conduct of empirical music.

«Lush 3-1» and «Lush 3-2» are the standout tracks for me, but when you mind to this album, you don't really think about

unyoke tracks too much, as the CD needs to be appreciated as a whole rather than concentrating on any of it's constituent tracks.


Orbital — Orbital 2 (Brown Album)


Artist...................................: Orbital

Album....................: Orbital 2 (Brown Album)

Genre.................................: Electronic

Source........................................: CD

Year........................................: 1993

Ripper: Exact Audio Carbon Copy 1.0 b1 & HL-DT-STDVDRRW GSA-H20L

Codec...........: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)

Version.........: reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917

Characteristic.......: Lossless, (avg. compression: 61 %)

Channels..............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit

Tags...............................: VorbisComment

Information...: Original 1992 14 keep an eye on UK pressing

Ripped by.............: BSW on 7/1/2011

Posted by.............: BSW on 7/1/2011

Expos Server.........: news.astraweb.com

Expos Circle(s).: alt.binaries.sounds.mp3.metal.wholly.albums

Included....: NFO, SFV, M3U, LOG, CUE

Covers................: Front Belatedly CD




1. Time Becomes [01:43]

2. Planet Of The Shapes [09:36]

3. Lush 3-1 [05:39]

4. Lush 3-2 [04:40]

5. Impact (The Clay Is Blazing) [10:27]

6. Remind [07:57]

7. Walk Now... [06:48]

8. Monday [07:07]

9. Halcyon + On + On [09:27]

10. Input Out [02:11]

Playing Everything.........: 01:05:40

Gross Size..........: 420.61 MB

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