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Orbital (remastered) (B-STOCK)
Cat: LMS 1725118 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Techno
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***


Orbital's debut album is classic album in the techno genre. A name that needs no introduction really, Orbital defined rave and techno through the 90s creatively and performance wise. This self-titled or as many know it by, 'The Green Album' features perhaps the most popular songs of the rave generation in 'Chime' and 'Belfast'. However, tracks like 'Midnight', 'Steel Cube Idolatry' and 'The Mobius' are the birthmarks of Orbital finding their sound that would turn them into Glastonbury legends and soundtrack pioneers. This edition is true to the original 2x12 making it desirable for those new to the album, those who want a second copy or those who want to complete their Orbital collection. Orbital's roots begin here and have them at their most raw. Do not miss out on having a part of rave history with this record!
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 in stock $25.42
Orbital (remastered) (Record Store Day RSD 2024)
Orbital (remastered) (Record Store Day RSD 2024) (limited gatefold translucent green & red splattered vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: LMS 1725129. Rel: 07 May 24
 
Techno
The Moebius (6:57)
Speed Freak (7:06)
Macrohead (6:47)
Oolaa (6:36)
Desert Storm (11:44)
Fahrenheit 303 (8:22)
Steel Cube Idolatry (7:47)
High Rise (6:38)
Chime (live) (6:06)
Midnight (live) (6:33)
Belfast (7:31)
Review: Orbital remain titans of the global electronic scene which is no doubt why their self-titled album from 1991 now gets mastered and reissued for this year's Record Store Day. A pioneering work in electronic music, this landmark debut is a rich world of driving drums, hypnotic melodies, and intricate soundscapes. From the propulsive energy of the seminal 'Chime' to the dreamy ambience of 'Belfast,' each track showcases the duo's mastery of rhythm and texture. Orbital's use of innovative sampling techniques and atmospheric synths creates a distinct sonic universe that still stands them apart and helps make this a timeless classic that has influenced generations of electronic artists ever since.
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 in stock $40.24
Orbital (Deluxe Edition) (remastered)
Orbital (Deluxe Edition) (remastered) (4xCD + hard-back book in spot-varnished slip-case)
Cat: LMS 1725117. Rel: 18 Apr 24
 
Techno
The Moebius
Speed Freak
Oolaa
Desert Storm
Fahrenheit 303
Steel Cube Idolatry
High Rise
Chime (live)
Midnight (live)
Belfast
I Think It's Disgusting
Torpedo Town
Macro Head
Satan
LC1
Belfast/Wasted (Wasted vocal mix)
Crime
Fahrenheit 3D3
Open Mind Jam
The Other One
Satan (Rhyme & Reason vocal mix)
Midnight (Sasha remix)
Chime (12" mix)
Deeper (12" mix)
Omen: The Fool
Omen: The Tower
2 Deep
Open Mind
Midnight
Choice
Analogue Test Feb '90
Choice (Eye & I mix)
Satan (live tracks)
LC1
Chime
Son Of Chine
Choice
Fahrenheit 303
Chime/Crime
BIT
Oolaa
Speed Freak
Review: London Records has announced a deluxe reissue of Orbital's iconic debut album, affectionately known as the Green Album. Originally released in 1991, it straddled the line between rave and ambient techno, featuring timeless tracks like 'Chime', 'Belfast,' and the Butthole Surfers-sampling 'Satan.' Now, those tracks are considered cornerstones of the early UK techno movement. This 4 disc CD set offers the most comprehensive experience, with the original album on disc one and a treasure trove of Green Album-era B-sides, remixes, and alternative versions on discs two and three. Disc four treats fans to two live sets from 1991/92, sourced from the band's soundboard recordings. Wrapped in a 12" box, the deluxe edition includes reprinted flyers from the era and a lavish 60-page hardback book chronicling the Green Album's story, complete with new notes and a track-by-track analysis by Phil and Paul Hartnoll. This reissue is a must-have for Orbital fans and electronic music aficionados alike, offering a comprehensive exploration of a seminal album's legacy.
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 in stock $72.30
Orbital: The Green Album (remastered)
Cat: LMS 1725116. Rel: 18 Apr 24
 
Techno
The Moebius
Speed Freak
Oolaa
Desert Storm
Fahrenheit 303
Steel Cube Idolatry
High Rise
Chime Live
Midnight Live
Belfast
I Think It's Disgusting (outro)
Torpedo Town
Macrohead
Satan
LC1
Belfast/Wasted (Wasted vocal mix)
Crime
Fahrenheit 3D3
Open Mind Jam
The Other One
Satan (Rhyme & Reason vocal mix)
Midnight (Sasha remix)
Review: Orbital's debut and self-titled album (also known as the green album) is a classic example of the UK rave sound in 1991. Featuring the hits 'Belfast' and 'Chime', this important piece of electronic music gets some loving attention in the form of being remastered for the first time since release. But that's not the only thing - this CD edition also comes with a bonus CD featuring rarities and remixes from the time. What better way to celebrate 25 years of this amazing band and its cherished history for their role in helping create the sound of techno.
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 in stock $12.70
Orbital (Deluxe Edition) (remastered)
Orbital (Deluxe Edition) (remastered) (gatefold 4xLP + book + slipmat in spot-varnished slip-case)
Cat: LMS 1725120. Rel: 18 Apr 24
 
Techno
The Moebius (6:46)
Speed Freak (7:16)
Macro Head (6:45)
Oolaa (6:36)
Desert Storm (11:45)
Fahrenheit 303 (8:26)
Steel Cube Idolatry (7:56)
High Rise (6:31)
Chime (live) (6:23)
Midnight (live) (6:52)
Belfast (7:24)
Torpedo Town (8:54)
Satan (6:42)
LC1 (5:10)
Belfast/Wasted (Wasted vocal mix) (7:03)
Crime (6:27)
Fahrenheit 3D3 (7:05)
Open Mind Jam (6:46)
The Other One (5:43)
Satan (Rhyme & Reason vocal mix) (6:33)
Midnight (Sasha remix) (7:15)
Review: The Hartnoll Brothers have decided to remaster and reissue their eponymous 1991 debut album - frequently referred to as 'The Green' album for obvious reasons. Amongst the numerous editions is this delicious box set, which compliments the fantastic original album (stretched across two slabs of wax), with a slipmat, a 60-page hardback book of photos and fresh liner notes, and an additional double-album of rarities and unreleased cuts from the period. It's this latter item, which includes B-sides, non-album singles (hello 'Satan') and sought-after remixes (Sasha's legendary version of 'Midnight' and the barely known 'Rhyme and Reason' take on 'Satan'), which makes the box set so alluring to fans. Basically, it's the ultimate edition of a British dance classic.
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 in stock $135.05
Orbital (remastered)
Orbital (remastered) (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: LMS 1725118. Rel: 18 Apr 24
 
Techno
The Moebius (6:57)
Speed Freak (7:06)
Macro Head (6:47)
Oolaa (6:36)
Desert Storm (11:44)
Fahrenheit 303 (8:22)
Steel Cube Idolatry (7:47)
High Rise (6:38)
Chime (live) (6:06)
Midnight (live) (6:33)
Belfast (7:31)
Review: Orbital's debut album is classic album in the techno genre. A name that needs no introduction really, Orbital defined rave and techno through the 90s creatively and performance wise. This self-titled or as many know it by, 'The Green Album' features perhaps the most popular songs of the rave generation in 'Chime' and 'Belfast'. However, tracks like 'Midnight', 'Steel Cube Idolatry' and 'The Mobius' are the birthmarks of Orbital finding their sound that would turn them into Glastonbury legends and soundtrack pioneers. This edition is true to the original 2x12 making it desirable for those new to the album, those who want a second copy or those who want to complete their Orbital collection. Orbital's roots begin here and have them at their most raw. Do not miss out on having a part of rave history with this record!
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 in stock $30.46
The Pentaverate (Soundtrack)
The Pentaverate (Soundtrack) (gold & black smoked vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: LKS 36388. Rel: 05 Oct 23
 
Soundtracks
Professor Clark Arrives (1:02)
The Box - Theme (1:08)
Ken & Reilly At C.A.C.A. (1:08)
Patty (1:08)
Drug Cart Ride (1:08)
Pent TV - Ident 1 (1:08)
Introducing Mentor (1:08)
Concludiato (1:08)
Approaching Niagara (1:08)
Initiato (1:08)
Donet Makes Your Brown Eyes Blue (1:08)
The Musk (1:08)
The Maester (1:08)
Pool Table Stand Off (1:08)
Ken Enters The Pentaverate (0:58)
Let's Make Some Waves (0:58)
The Demetrius Protocols (0:31)
I'm A Free Man! (0:47)
Skip Arrives (0:42)
Pent TV - News Bed (2:25)
Accusations (1:14)
The Spare Key (0:45)
The Red Robes (1:45)
Pent TV - Ident 2 (1:50)
Ken's Turning Point (1:38)
The Box - Sting Horn (2:41)
Hall Of Mirrors (0:22)
The Box 3 (3:03)
Ken On Trial (0:59)
Bruce Takes Control (0:17)
Patty To The Rescue! (1:35)
War Council (0:41)
I'm Sorry (2:29)
Bruce's Plan (0:54)
Enter Mentor (1:44)
Mentor Reboot (1:28)
Murder Montage (1:00)
Pent TV - Ident 3 (1:03)
I'm Just A Local News Guy (3:01)
Reilly All Along (1:26)
Lakeside Conversation (0:22)
Get The Canadian! (1:55)
The People Are Too Stupid (2:52)
Charge Of The Liechtenstein Guard (1:42)
Don't Move Or The Sheila Gets It! (1:19)
The World Has Changed (0:16)
Pent TV - Orange Alert (1:13)
The Box - Ken Into Kentor (1:30)
Kentor Start Up (0:07)
The Box - The Septaverate (0:32)
Review: This is the original soundtrack for Canadian comedy series The Pentaverate, created by and starring comedian Mike Myers, and whose OST was commissioned for electronic music legends Orbital (brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll). The soundtrack features a brand-spanking 50 new motifs by Orbital, which - through its many Lynchian, hybrid-jazz-synthpop-orchestral twists and turns - reflects the series' story of a secret conspiracy of five individuals, who since the Black Plague of 1347, have been surreptitiously, insidiously working to influence world events.
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Optical Delusion
Cat: LMS 5521858. Rel: 10 Feb 23
 
Techno
Ringa Ringa (The Old Pandemic Folk Song)
Day One
Are You Alive?
You Are The Frequency
The New Abnormal
Home
Dirty Rat
Requiem For The Pre-apocalypse
What A Surprise
Moon Princess
Review: You'd be hard-pushed to think of a band as synonymous with the evolution of electronic music over the last 30+ yeas as Orbital. The famous Hartnoll brothers are as iconic for their famous head torches, stage designs and live shows as they are their timeless music. Their new studio album Optical Delusion arrives in early 2023 and of course, comes with an extensive UK tour to back it up. This is the pair's 10th studio album overall and has already been teased by some useful singles. Rave, techno, trance and breaks all colour the grooves of this new long player.
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 in stock $6.89
Optical Delusion
Cat: LMS 5521859. Rel: 17 Feb 23
 
Techno
Ringa Ringa (The Old Pandemic Folk Song) (feat The Mediaeval Baebes) (4:13)
Day One (feat Dina Ipavic) (5:15)
Are You Alive? (feat Penelope Isles) (7:34)
You Are The Frequency (feat The Little Pest) (4:37)
The New Abnormal (5:08)
Home (feat Anna B Savage) (4:13)
Orbital & Sleaford Mods - "Dirty Rat" (5:16)
Requiem For The Pre Apocalypse (7:42)
What A Surprise (feat The Little Pest) (4:37)
Moon Princess (feat Coppe) (5:04)
Review: After the 30 Something retrospective that landed during 2022, comes a new Orbital album proper, Optical Delusion, set to be accompanied by a busy summer of gig and festival dates by the looks of it. The album's taster single 'Dirty Rat' was a corker, too, full of post-Brexit/Boris bile and a biting vocal from Sleaford Mods frontman Jason Williamson, not to mention some striking Orbital musical trademarks. It could well point the way forward for more interesting collaborations - perhaps taking a leaf out of Leftfield's book - on the album, though only time will tell. Either way, a serious portion of new material from one of the dance world's most enduring and best loved acts will be feverishly anticipated.
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 in stock $28.59
Buried Deeper Within
Buried Deeper Within (limited white vinyl 12")
Cat: ACPV 1818. Rel: 26 Apr 19
 
Techno
Buried Deeper Within (5:19)
Impact (The Cursed Earth mix) (5:53)
 in stock $12.70
Monsters Exist
Monsters Exist (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: ACPV 1806. Rel: 14 Sep 18
 
Techno
Monsters Exist (5:55)
Hoo Hoo Ha Ha (4:05)
The Raid (5:07)
PHUK (7:26)
Tiny Foldable Cities (5:48)
Buried Deep Within (4:28)
Vision OnE (5:49)
The End Is Nigh (4:36)
There Will Come A Time (feat Prof Brian Cox) (7:13)
Review: Having set aside their musical differences following a period of reflection, the Hartnoll brothers return with their tenth studio album. The break seems to have done them some good, because "Monsters Exist" contains some material that's every bit as beguiling and impressive as their most celebrated work. Certainly, there are hints of classic Orbital in the spellbinding electronics and enveloping gloominess of "Buried Deep Within", the intergalactic ambient symphony of "There Will Come a Time" (listen out for a guest spoken word vocal by rave's favourite scientist, Professor Brian Cox), and the title track's rapidly expanding paranoia. There are a few dancefloor-centric blasts from the past, too ("Hoo Hoo Ha Ha" and the festival-friendly bounce of "PHUK"), suggesting that the veteran twosome could be ready for a late-career revival.
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 in stock $23.05
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