Orbital

Paul and Phil Hartnoll

Also you may know as Oribital
Also there are session musicians of Orbital: Paul Hartnoll, Phil Hartnoll
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Discography of Orbital:


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# Cover Release title Total tracks Download mp3 album Release date Label fo release
1 Orbital - Orbital 2 (Brown Album) Orbital 2 (Brown Album) 10
2 Orbital - Peel Session Peel Session 4 1994-02-00
3 Orbital - Lush 3 Lush 3 5 1993-00-00
4 Orbital - Snivilisation Snivilisation 10 1994-08-00
5 Orbital - The Box The Box 4 1996-04-00
6 Orbital - In Sides In Sides 9 1997
7 Orbital - Satan Live Satan Live 2 1996-12-00
8 Orbital - Satan Live Satan Live 3 1996-12-00
9 Orbital - Satan Live Satan Live 3 1996-12-00
10 Orbital - Chime (The Remixes) Chime (The Remixes) 2 1990-00-00
11 Orbital - Orbital (Green Album) Orbital (Green Album) 11 1995-08-00
12 Orbital - The Middle Of Nowhere The Middle Of Nowhere 8 1999-04-05
13 Orbital - The Altogether The Altogether 11 2001-04-30 FFRR
14 Orbital - Chime Chime 2 1990-03-12
15 Orbital - Funny Break (One Is Enough) Funny Break (One Is Enough) 3 2001-04-16
16 Orbital - Funny Break (One Is Enough) Funny Break (One Is Enough) 3 2001-04-16
17 Orbital - Diversions Diversions 6 1994-02-00 FFRR
18 Orbital - Radiccio Radiccio 3 1992-09-00
19 Orbital - Orbital (Green Album) Orbital (Green Album) 11 1999-00-00
20 Orbital - Snivilisation Snivilisation 10 1994-08-16 FFRR
21 Orbital - The Saint The Saint 3 1997-00-00 FFRR
22 Orbital - In Sides In Sides 9 1997-00-00
23 Orbital - The Middle Of Nowhere The Middle Of Nowhere 8 1999-04-05 FFRR
24 Orbital - Nothing Left Nothing Left 3 1999-07-05
25 Orbital - Beached Beached 3 2000-02-28
26 Orbital - In Sides In Sides 13 1996-06-00
27 Orbital - Nothing Left Nothing Left 3 1999-07-05
28 Orbital - Satan Satan 2 1997-00-00 FFRR
29 Orbital - The Box The Box 4 1996-04-00
30 Orbital - Are We Here? Are We Here? 3 1994-00-00
31 Orbital - In Sides In Sides 13 1997
32 Orbital - Snivilisation Snivilisation 10 1994
33 Orbital - Orbital 2 (Brown Album) Orbital 2 (Brown Album) 10 1993-00-00
34 Orbital - Style Style 3 1999-03-08
35 Orbital - Style Style 3 1999-03-08
36 Orbital - Lush 3 Lush 3 3 1993
37 Orbital - Midnight / Choice Midnight / Choice 3 1991-08-00 FFRR
38 Orbital - Times Fly Times Fly 4 1995-08-21
39 Orbital - Beached Beached 3 2000-00-00
40 Orbital - The Saint The Saint 2 1997-04-07
41 Orbital - Illuminate Illuminate 5 2001-12-17
42 Orbital - Orbital (Green Album) Orbital (Green Album) 10 1992 FFRR
43 Orbital - The Middle Of Nowhere The Middle Of Nowhere 8 1999-06-08 FFRR
44 Orbital - Orbital 2 (Brown Album) Orbital 2 (Brown Album) 10 1999 Internal
45 Orbital - The Saint The Saint 3 1997-00-00
46 Orbital - Rest Rest 3 2002-05-27
47 Orbital - Play Play 3 2002-05-27
48 Orbital - Nothing Left Nothing Left 3 1999-07-05
49 Orbital - Rest/Play EP Rest/Play EP 4 2002-05-27
50 Orbital - Back To Mine Back To Mine 19 2002-06-24 DMC
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About Orbital

One of techno's most celebrated and accomplished partnerships, the brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll trace their beginnings as Orbital back to the late 1980's, when their first single, "Chime" was released on Oh-Zone/FFRR and broke into the British Top 20 in the spring of 1990. The single was made in their garage using their father's four-track recorder and mastered directly onto cassette, but became a smash hit, giving them the momentum for a handful of other singles and their untitled first CD (the "green album") in 1991.

Their career took off in 1993-1994, with the release of the EPs "Lush" and "Radiccio" and their second untitled album (the "brown album"), which took the public by storm and made the UK Top 30. They also continued to hone their famous live act, which featured live projections, live musical arranging and sequencing on the fly, making their shows entertaining, improvised and truly "live". Their appearance at the 1994 Glastonbury Festival in the UK became the stuff of legend and cemented their reputation as one of the best techno groups of the 1990's. Their subsequent albums saw them taking a more varied, introspective angle to their music, while at the same time captivating audiences worldwide with their relentlessly energetic live shows. In addition to their own productions, they have done remixes for EMF, Queen Latifah, Meat Beat Manifesto, Madonna, Kraftwerk and more. More recently, they compiled a volume for the Back To Mine series, released a retrospective compilation called Work, and put out The Blue Album, their last album.

In mid-2004, Orbital released one final single, "One Perfect Sunrise", and then seemingly split up for good. However, after several years of solo production, Paul & Phil reunited in 2009, and a long series of live gigs has followed, as well as a new double A single, "Don't Stop Me" / "The Gun is Good".

Orbital released their return album "Wonky" in 2012.

As of 21st October 2014 Orbital have announced they have split for good. Orbital are no more.

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