Orbital - Work 1989-2002
NME.COM feature on Orbital - Work 1989-2002 album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 30 April 2002
Best of the dome-headed dance titans...
It's a fine line between clever and stupid, and it's one that Orbital have walked for the last 13 years. No strangers to the difficult concept, and latterly no strangers to bad musical jokes, the genius in Paul and Phil Hartnoll's scheme has always lain somewhere between the two. Masters of the slightly arty good time, the pair held the keys to the festival kingdom (in the...
- May 21, 2002
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- Satan Spawn
- Nothing Left
- Are We Here?
- The Box
- Lush 3.1
- Funny Break (One Is Enough)
- Chime (Live Style mix)
When you think of classic Glastonbury gigs, what springs to mind? Radiohead premiering 'OK Computer' in 1997? Macca knocking out the hits in 2004?
- Jul 30, 2007
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- Dec 4, 2001
Orbital prove their detractors wrong with a storming set...
- May 8, 2001
Dance duo line up double A-side single ahead of Glastonbury comeback
First wave of acts announced for Hampshire event
Spanish festival already features Franz Ferdinand, The Horrors and Madness
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