Orbital - Are We Here? (CD)
Label: Internal - 857 743.2 • Format: CD Single • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: Techno, Jungle, Ambient
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Orbital never descend into New Age fluff or hardcore macho aggression. While their tracks are exacting demonstrations of studio mastery and performance wit, they achieve equilibrium between mindful headphone music and kinetic body inspiration. Phil and Paul Hartnoll's final release as Orbital is 's Blue Album.
The band released the album at the time of the launch of the Criminal Justice Act, the legislation that gave British Police greater legal powers to break up unlicensed raves that gave Orbital its name. The Are We Here? single featured the track "Are We Here? (Criminal Justice Bill?)", four minutes of complete noodtamonttadilte.tranbackmarroremangwealthdisjusipicra.infoinfo: Techno, ambient techno, IDM.
Tracks on "The Altogether" are so short, they're over before you can even get into them. The only track that clocks in past six minutes is the conclusion, "Meltdown", which happens to be one of the clear highlights of the album, giving us a glimpse of what we wished we could be consistently seeing. But one thing remains true/5(92).
Britain’s giants of electronic music Orbital are back for good. Their first new album in five years Monsters Exist was released in September and is a more classically structured Orbital album than their previous release Wonky, drawing inspiration from the international political landscape all the way back from Paul and Phil’s pre-rave squat-punk roots right up to the volatile tensions.
An Orbital fan looking for an album with 45 minutes of "Are We Here?" need look no further. Containing dance mixes, cut-and-paste warped versions, and a chill-out rendition, Are We Here? takes the title track and plays it nearly to death. The best showings here are the bookend tracks.4/