Orbital 20

Release date
8 Jun 2009
Running length
20 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Chime (Live Style mix) 4:18 5,863
2 Belfast 8:07 104,798
3 Satan 6:44 16,100
4 Halcyon (Tom Middleton Re-Model) 4:49 7,068
5 Lush 3 10:22 5,598
6 Impact (Live From Royal Albert Hall) 12:39 3,425
7 Are We Here? (Who Are They?) 7:30 1,690
8 The Box 4:15 74,297
9 Nothing Left (Much Ado About Nothing Left) 5:13 3,578
10 One Perfect Sunrise (radio edit) 3:47 4,783
1 Omen 7:01 4,512
2 Choice 5:30 14,695
3 The Naked and the Dead 6:24 9,633
4 Sad But True 7:46 32,005
5 Style 6:22 34,720
6 Funny Break (One Is Enough) 4:55 56,288
7 The Girl With the Sun in Her Head 10:24 56,557
8 Remind (Live from New York) 6:46 2,369
9 Lush (Herve's 'Tree and Leaf' Remix) 5:06 2,082
10 Impact (The Earth Is Burning) 10:25 36,565

About this album

To celebrate their 20th year in music, 2009 heralds the release of Orbital 20. Alongside a major UK tour taking in headline slots at festivals such as the Big Chill, Get Loaded In The Park and Global Gathering, the album features a selection of their most celebrated tracks alongside three brand new mixes by Herve, Tom Middleton and James Zabiela as well as two previously unreleased live tracks. Orbital 20 is to be released in conjunction with a 12” single featuring the new mixes.

Made up of brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll, Orbital were named after Greater London’s own circular autobahn, the M25, which was central to the early Rave scene and party network in the South East of England during the halcyon ‘daze’ of Acid House. Their beginnings were producing simple but infectious top 40 Pop-Dance tunes with their debut single ‘Chime’, released in 1989, eventually reaching No. 17 in the UK chart and resulting in an appearance on Top Of The Pops. Since then, through their albums, film scores and beyond, Orbital have crafted some of the most innovative and yet accessible electronic music. One of their greatest achievements is their longevity, which is firmly based on a sound that is recognisably their own. Their live return this year will be a huge treat for an entire generation who grew up jumping to their music and a fantastic opportunity to experience them for those too young to have seen them before.

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