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  1. I also own these already, but what a E.P, all 4 tracks are superb. I would love some unreleased tracks along these types, from before they became FSOL. Although some where straight up basic rave, tracks like these are a perfect balance of what they became when they turned into FSOL and full on danceable classy rave.
  2. Sounds like an interesting release, if it did come with one of the discs being a whole new album would be a real bonus, probably too much to hope for.
  3. I would love an album of tracks like the Stare Through EP, was a gem.
  4. I have given this several listens now and its actually pretty good, the second half of the album is way better, and the instrumental vesions of some tracks work better. Isle of Horns, Other Blue Worlds, Dougnuts Forever, Easy on the Onions, Ununited States and Sould Planet are all good tracks IMO. I also loved the Cow now chillout album. The Orb are at their best when they do the more atmospheric out there music and not the conventional watered down stuff.
  5. Just giving Named a third listen, its getting better and better each listen, I'd say its on a par with Ceephax's Camelot Arcade album, which IMO is his best yet.
  6. Will give it a listen, I also wish he'd go back to fully fleshed out stuff like his first 3 albums, they were great, got under my skin.
  7. Just listening to this for the first time, its great, very moody.
  8. Like others have said, I think its a good album especially with the 2nd CD included, Glad to have the instrumental version of There Will Come a Time. I know Orbital are known for their spoken word bits but this track is better without it, Brian Cox just doesnt have the right voice to create the full atmosphere (he always sounds like someone doing an impersonation of himself).
  9. Didn't rate Death Peak much, but the Clark album was great, was back on form for me. Sent from my ZTE BLADE A512 using Tapatalk
  10. That's a great interview, I think it's probably the most straight forward and open interview I've read from him. What he says make total sense, the isolation is vital to finding your own muse within and getting in the zone. Sent from my ZTE BLADE A512 using Tapatalk
  11. Just gave this another listen, I think it's his most consistant album. It's a nice balance of playfulness and atmosphere. In my top 10 albums of the year list for sure.
  12. I just listened to this today, its more atmospheric and introspective than I thought it would be, overall I like it on first listen and it may well be a grower. His best track so far (IMO) is https://thecentrifuge.bandcamp.com/track/twilight-zone-2 (there's also some other corkers on that album).
  13. Just gave this a listen, excellent! wasn't so impressed with his last album, more like this please.
  14. I finally gave this a listen, I am not familiar with the rest of their music but this album is very good, will give their back catalogue a listen.
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