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Orbital - Orbital download
Performer: Orbital
Genre: Electronic
Title: Orbital
MP3 album size: 2729 mb
FLAC album size: 2279 mb
Style: Breakbeat, Techno, Ambient
Released: 1993


Time Becomes1:44
Input Out2:11
Lush 3-24:41
Halcyon + On + On9:27
Planet Of The Shapes9:36
Walk Now...6:49
Impact (The Earth Is Burning)10:28
Lush 3-15:40


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TRUCD2, 828 386.2Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album)Internal, InternalTRUCD2, 828 386.2Europe1993
162 351 026-2Orbital Orbital 2 ‎(CD, Album)FFRR162 351 026-2US1993
162 351 026-4Orbital Orbital 2 ‎(Cass, Album)FFRR162 351 026-4US1993
162-351-026-4ADV, 162 351 026-4ADVOrbital Orbital 2 ‎(Cass, Album, Promo)FFRR, FFRR162-351-026-4ADV, 162 351 026-4ADVUS1993
PRL P026-1, PRLP-026-1Orbital Orbital 2 ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Promo)FFRR, FFRRPRL P026-1, PRLP-026-1US1993
TRULP2, 828 386.1Orbital Orbital ‎(2xLP, Album)Internal, InternalTRULP2, 828 386.1Europe1993
POCD-1115Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album)London Records, InternalPOCD-1115Japan1993
TRUCD2, 828 386.2, 828 386-2Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album)Internal, Internal, InternalTRUCD2, 828 386.2, 828 386-2Europe1993
TRUCD2, 828 386.2Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Internal, InternalTRUCD2, 828 386.2Europe1993
828 386-4, TRUMC2, 828 386.4Orbital Orbital ‎(Cass, Album)FFRR, FFRR, FFRR828 386-4, TRUMC2, 828 386.4Canada1993
TRUMC 2, 828 386-4, TRUMC2, 828 386.4Orbital Orbital ‎(Cass, Album)Internal, Internal, Internal, InternalTRUMC 2, 828 386-4, TRUMC2, 828 386.4Europe1993
POCD-1115Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album, Promo)London Records, InternalPOCD-1115Japan1995
2077Orbital 2 ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Music World 2077Russia1996
35033-2Orbital Orbital 2 ‎(CD, Album, RE)FFRR35033-2US2000
3984282312Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album, RE)Internal3984282312UK & Europe2000
0825646128716 , TRULP 2Orbital Orbital ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, 180)Warner Music Group, Warner Music Group0825646128716 , TRULP 2UK & Europe2015
0825646128716 , TRULP 2Orbital Orbital ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, 180)Warner Music Group, Warner Music Group0825646128716 , TRULP 2US2015
162 351 026-2Orbital Orbital 2 ‎(CD, Album, RP)FFRR162 351 026-2USUnknown
noneOrbital Orbital 2 ‎(10xFile, AAC, Album, 256)London Music StreamnoneUKUnknown
162 351 026-2Orbital Orbital 2 ‎(CD, Album)FFRR162 351 026-2USUnknown
MTL-139Orbital Orbital 2 ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Music For The PeopleMTL-139RussiaUnknown
TRULP2, 828 386.1, TRULP2-1Orbital Orbital ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial)Internal , Internal , Internal TRULP2, 828 386.1, TRULP2-1Unknown
TRUCD2, 828 386.2, 828 386-2Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album)Internal, Internal, Internal, FFRR, FFRR, FFRRTRUCD2, 828 386.2, 828 386-2CanadaUnknown
TRUCD2, 828 386.2, 828 386-2Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album, RP)Internal, Internal, InternalTRUCD2, 828 386.2, 828 386-2UK & EuropeUnknown
TRUCD2, 828 386.2, 828 386-2Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album, RP)Internal, Internal, InternalTRUCD2, 828 386.2, 828 386-2EuropeUnknown
TRUCD2, 828 386.2, 828 386-2Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album, RP)Internal, Internal, InternalTRUCD2, 828 386.2, 828 386-2UK & EuropeUnknown
TRUCD2, 828 386.2Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album, RP)Internal, InternalTRUCD2, 828 386.2EuropeUnknown
TRUCD2, 828 386.2Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album, RP)Internal, InternalTRUCD2, 828 386.2UK & EuropeUnknown
TRUCD2, 828 386.2Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album, RP)Internal, InternalTRUCD2, 828 386.2UK & EuropeUnknown
TRUCD, 828 386.2, 828 386-2Orbital Orbital ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Internal , Internal , Internal TRUCD, 828 386.2, 828 386-2RussiaUnknown

About Album

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. They used more complex rhythms and denser arrangements on the appropriately named pieces entitled Lush but still proving themselves capable of making quality pop. Joris Voorn, Orbital. 2020 сингл Orbital Remix. Life Is a Game of Changing. DMA's, Orbital. Plaid, Orbital. 2019 сингл Orbital Remix. 2nd album from Orbital released May 1993 genres Breakbeat, Techno & Ambient. Orbital Orbital Brown Album Label: Internal TRUCD2. Профиль: Techno outfit, founded in the late 80s by the brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll. If you want to get into Orbital you should start off with Orbital 2Brown Album which contains their most known song Halcyon. This is the song that got me hooked. It's a soothing and transcending voyage into musical bliss the song is named after the sleep medicine that their mother would often take. Listen free to Orbital Orbital. Orbital is the first album from Orbital, released in 1991. It is often referred to as the Green Album, to differentiate it from the band's second album, titled Orbital 2 known as the Brown Album, which bears only the band's name on the cover. The original United Kingdom release includes live versions of Chime and Midnight. Orbital was released in 1992 with a significantly different cover and tracklist in the United States, incorporating remixes and non-album singles. All tracks on the U. release had. Orbital have been both critically and commercially successful and known particularly for their element of live improvisation during shows. They were initially influenced by early electro and punk rock. Halcyon Teen Spirit, Halycyon Again, Halcyon and On and On и другие песни. Orbital - Orbital Green Album 1991. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Orbital - Orbital Green Album 1991. Orbital - Belfast. Orbital - The Moebius. Orbital - Speed Freak Moby Remix. Orbital - Fahrenheit 3d3. Orbital - Desert Storm. Orbital - Oolaa. Orbital - Satan. Orbital - Steel Cube Idolatry. Orbital - High Rise. Orbital - Chime Live. Orbital - Midnight Live. Город: 20 2009 - download mp3 or listen online. Songs list. Download each separately, rating. Orbital 20 2009 - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album Orbital 20 to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Orbital 20 2009. Paul Hartnoll Phil Hartnoll

About Performer

Joris Voorn, Orbital. 2020 сингл Orbital Remix. Life Is a Game of Changing. DMA's, Orbital. Plaid, Orbital. 2019 сингл Orbital Remix. Listen to music from Orbital like Halcyon And On And On, Belfast & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Orbital. Orbital reformed in 2009 with the original lineup of Phil Hartnoll and Paul Hartnoll. In 2014 they split up again. As of 2017 the band is active again, with both brothers, Paul Hartnoll and Phil Hartnoll, again returning to the fold. Orbital took their name 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 day read more. Paul Hartnoll Phil Hartnoll. 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 have been both critically and commercially successful and known particularly for their element of. Orbital Music Studios ретвитнула. Sean Ross Sapp of Подлинная учетная запись SeanRossSapp 6 июл. 2019 г. Orbital Music Studios OrbitalMusicSEA 19 июн. Скопировать ссылку на твит. Для абонентов. Orbital performs live in the KEXP Studio. Recorded September 27, 2012. Tracklist: New France Beelzedub Wonky Where Is It Going Host: Kevin Cole Audio: Electronic Music Awards TV Special Themselves - Performer. 2010 Glastonbury 2010 TV Mini-Series Themselves. 2009 No disparen al pianista TV Series Themselves. Orbital - Live in Sofia 2 2001. Orbital - Live in Sofia 2001. 1996-2001 Later. Профиль: Techno outfit, founded in the late 80s by the brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll. The term Intelligent Dance Music is frequently associated with them. I really think it's more that it's not that you can't dance to it, but the music is better appreciated sitting down or on a long car ride where you can just, think, as their songs usually contain long but subtle harmonious vocals or next to no vocals at all. Orbital, commonly known as the Green Album despite the fact that the cover is yellow, or Orbital 1, is the debut studio album by English electronic music duo Orbital, released on 30 September 1991 by FFRR Records. The alternate title comes from the fact that Orbital made both of their first 2 albums self-titled, forcing fans to call it something else to distinguish it from the 2nd album. it is called the Green Album due to a color misprint with the first vinyl pressing


The track Remind has the classic Goa Trance sound and so for 1993, this is an important track in the history of Goa Trance.You can call it Techno if you choose, but Remind definitely has the Goa Trance sound and vibe. Besides that track I also enjoyed the Track Walk now. Remind is the primary reason I will purchase this .
This is a very interesting and eclectic collection of tracks. The track Remind was on an Ollie wisdom Goa Trance mix tape from 1994. Much to like about this release even if this is not one's cup of tea.
I have Monday playing in the background now, still sends shivers down my spine after all these years.
Sad to see this become impossible to get for any reasonable price. Repress please!
They played recently in George Square in Glasgow and I go to knock two things off my bucket list,1.hearing them play 'Belfast' and 2.'Halcyon' live too.brilliant, memorable and proof that I'm not the only guy knocking on 40 who still wants to hear this live.there new album is great too.
Side B might go down as one of the greatest sequences in techno history
Fantastic single-minded melodic 4/4, one of the most consistent 90s techno LPs and an absolutely huge leap from their debut album. The lush/impact/remind continuous sequence was something that no electronic album had really successfully done up until at point - capture the club experience in an artist album.
Phenomenal pressing and a beautiful album. Haven't heard the original but this is probably pretty close, if not better.
Trash Obsession
A fairly good reissue of Orbital's classic album.Everything looks like it has printed and pressed professionally, along with the inner sleeves. Sounds excellent as well. And now the cons. There is a mastering or transferring error on some copies in which "Impact" starts slightly too early over the end of "Lush 3-2". My copy is one of victims unfortunately. Apparently the original issue also came with a insert of all the postcard artwork, which isn't present here. Lastly, while not a dealbreaker at all but rather an annoyance from a collector's point of view, the direct US imports didn't come with the bonus digital download. I'm assuming licensing reasons but it's still a downer.Overall, still worth getting as nothing is super horrifically bad here. Now Rhino, where's the other reissues?!?
Just got my copy and is now sold out from where I got it from and I can honestly say it is a perfect pressing! If you can get a copy for a decent price I recommend you purchase it otherwise you will end up like I did waiting to see if any originals will ever be affordable which is the way this one might go!
This particular release of the Brown Album fades out and back in again between Impact and Remind. According to Paul Hartnoll (via Twitter), this "makes it defective and I should ask for my money back". Have to say - while it's probably not as bad as ALL that - it is quite irritating - if you can get a different release that doesn't do this, then you should.Overall, it's one of the best albums ever released, though.
There's a glitch on the transition between Lush 3-2 and Impact on my copy.
I just wanted to say I got the version of this without the coupon and it has the same exact error you described in which the first beat of Impact comes in slightly too soon over Lush 3-2. They're out there folks!
I got it from Amazon so can't really take it back to the shop ;)I can live with it to be honest!
Hey - yep, I know where you mean and there's nothing like that on my copy. If it's defective and they've repressed it you should be able to exchange it! Maybe have a listen in the shop to check first (it's possible I'm just stupid and can't hear it but I'm almost certain it isn't happening).
No, it's 8/16 bars after that when the riff from Lush 3-2 drops out with the delay effect on it, leaving just the Impact breakbeat. Its the beat just prior to the first beat in the first bar if that makes sense (!)
Thanks very much. I know exactly what you mean but I really can't hear anything like that - is it possible they corrected it but a few copies slipped out first? You mean just before the first heavier beat drops for Impact, right?
Sure, the best way I can describe it is what sounds like a 1/4 or maybe 1/2 a beat jump just before the start of the first bar of Impact. It sounds a bit like an issue youd get on an early mp3 player when the track markers would make little glitches on continuous mixes. I do have to add though that I think this pressing sounds wonderful, really warm sound.
I've bought this and played through it, and can't hear anything wrong between those tracks - or, indeed, anywhere. Both LPs sound great. I'm curious as to what the glitch you have is!
Can you be more specific please? Does the sound cut out? If not, what happens? Can anyone else confirm?
Worth picking up for Halcyon + On + On alone. But also, for Time Becomes & Input Out - great DJ tools and Lush 3-1, Lush 3-2, and particularly Impact (The Earth is Burning)... Nice Repressing of one of the greatest electronic albums of all time.
Reissue on its way along with green album
amazon says 14 august
Excellent news. Source?
Der Bat
This album wasn't titled "Orbital 2" or "Brown Album". It was titled "Orbital". Another title was "Gasp". (In the U.S. "Orbital 2" stickers was put on it.) The first album was titled "LP/CD/MC".
They're both technically Untitled.
A great album in its day, the most essential Orbital album and a must have for any serious collector of Electronica - The whole thing plays like a mix tape, flows well, builds up and breaks down nicely. Some of it may sound a little dated now but the album really is a classic, there are some great tunes and it's worth obtaining a copy for the timeless, majestic, classic "Halycon + On + On" alone. I clearly remember the first time I ever heard the album version of this tune, where I was and who I was with. It still sounds fresh today.
Interestingly, the printed material within this vinyl release ( ) states the same track running order as the original tape release, with Planet Of Shapes coming in after Remind, but the actual vinyl itself has the same running order as the CD version. I wonder why they changed the ordering.
One of my greatest treasures ever. This album is worth the money. But money alone is not sufficient to pay all the happy emotions and moments that I had with it. Orbital forever. An example of vinyl, which I will use as an old man to tell my children of the '90s and all that great time. I like them all. With Lush and Halycon on board you can't get wrong.
I’ve never wrote a review before and probably will never again but heres an album you can turn on and let it play throughout without having to to skip and wish a certain track would hurry the fuck up and finish, which by any dance albums standards is an amazing feet in itself. The Brown ALBUM is a truly remarkable LP that can change the mood of a cosy evening in beside the fire or a club packed with 1,500 people to a stadium of twenty thousand people. I truly wish that music like this was still made today and that more people would recognise the importance and significance of this release and try to emulate it with today’s technology. I seen orbital many times in huge arenas and enjoyed their performances albeit out of my face on drugs and never really remembered what they played. It wasn’t until later life I bought and downloaded a few albums did I really appreciate and respect their music that bit more. Orbital I salute you for being one of the best dance acts EVER. Peace
I agree that this is Orbital's crowning achievement through their long and accomplished career. Here you have two of the biggest Orbital singles ever - Halcyon + On + On and Lush. The flow in this disc is better than on any of their others, with Snivilisation coming in a close secnond place (IMO). Years later, this is one of those albums of the 90s that stands the test of time and still will 30 years in the future.
I used to think that remind was a better tune than halcyon, thinking that halcyon was a bit too gay. I have listened to this baby possibly two hundred times or more. When I broke the CD I went out and bought a brand new copy right away. Lush 3-1 is a remarkable track too. Planet of the shapes is another journey, as well as Monday and Impact. That's almost the whole album! I do think that the success that they have made off of Kirsty Hawkshaw is somewhat unfair to Kirsty Hawkshaw, who also unfairly achieved success singing a cover song. That is probably the reason for it not making mainstream success.
Ahhh the Brown Album. The Brown Album gives uncounted moments of joy. All hail the Brown Album in all its splendor. Excellent pop techno, made for the mad for it masses that is replete with blistering tracks, trancey breakdowns, ambient wastescapes and lost in the sauce acid noodlings. The complete package.
Orbital's finest moment without question and one of the greatest electronic albums of all time. This is intelligent techno that is full of ideas, inventiveness, beauty, sonic landscapes and breathtaking production. An album that rocks and is incredibly dancefloor friendly but at the same time it's a stunning long player that needs to be heard at home to appreciate it's undenying beauty. A perfect dance music album from start to finish.
amazing. orbital at their peak. however, and here's the rub, the original cassette version tracklisting kicks off with "time becomes" then straight into lush 3-1 and lush 3-2 then into impact and then right into remind. planet of the shapes starts off side 2. on the cd version planet of the shapes is the second track and there's a break between impact and remind. criminal. it really upsets the flow. buy the tape or edit it yourself!
Thanks for confirming this. Apparently they did include the transition between Impact & Remind in most of the CD versions, but I never knew about it. I was surprised to hear it, because I've got the version with no transition. I bought it in 1994, and somehow never heard the transition until just now. It is indeed a great blend, but I actually like having the unblended version too. I replaced my copy in iTunes with a new rip of the album (my actual CD is buried in storage), but I kept the clean start version of Remind, and for the one *with* the transition, I set it to "skip when shuffling" in iTunes so it won't start halfway through the blend if the song comes up on random. This way, the transition is only there when listening to the album properly. Best of both worlds.
I fully agree - the CD running order really messes up the flow, although it was probably how they wanted it, it was probably changed to fit better into 2 sides of a cassette. but you are right the cassette running order is way better.
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