Orbital - Blue Album
NME.COM feature on Orbital - Blue Album album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 21 June 2004
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- Tunnel Vision
- You Lot
- Bath Time
- Acid Pants
- Easy Serve
- One Perfect Sunrise
- Easy Serv
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Orbital - Blue Album: Wikipedia Album Entry
The Blue Album (released 21 June 2004) is the seventh studio album from the British electronica duo Orbital. It includes their final single "One Perfect Sunrise". The album was released on CD and LP formats. Blue Album's title recalls the informal names of Orbital's first two, self-titled albums, known colloquially as the Green Album and the Brown Album. "You Lot" samples speech by Christopher Eccleston from Russell T Davies' The Second Coming.
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