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Orbital to release greatest hits collection

'Orbital 20' includes new mixes from James Zabelia and Tom Middleton

Recently-reformed dance duo Orbital will release a 2CD greatest hits collection on June 8.

Entitled ‘Orbital 20’, the album includes new mixes of classic Orbital tracks from the likes of Herve, James Zabelia and Tom Middleton.

Speaking of the album in a statement, one half of the dance duo, Paul Hartnoll called ‘Orbital 20’ an essential release.

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“This compilation is the most definitive summary of our work since ‘Chime’ came out in 1989″, he said. “It’s a great introduction, or indeed a reminder, of the story so far…”

The tracklisting for ‘Orbital 20’ will be:

CD1

‘Chime’ (Live Style Mix)
‘Belfast’
‘Satan’
‘Halcyon’ (Tom Middleton Re-Model)
‘Lush 3’
‘Impact’ (Live From Royal Albert Hall)
‘Are We Here (Who Are They)’
‘The Box’
‘Nothing Left (Much Ado About Nothing Left)’
‘One Perfect Sunrise’ (Radio Edit)

CD2

‘Omen’
‘Choice’
‘The Naked And The Dead’
‘Sad But True’
‘Style’
‘Funny Break (One Is Enough)’
‘The Girl With The Sun In Her Head’
‘Remind’ (Live From New York)
‘Lush’ (Herve’s ‘Tree And Leaf’ Remix)
‘Impact’

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Orbital are set to perform a series of live dates soon.

Orbital will play:

Brighton Dome (June 10)
Leeds Academy (11)
Manchester Academy (September 18, 19)
Newcastle Academy (21)
Sheffield Academy (23)
London Brixton Academy (24, 25)

To check the availability of Orbital tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

They also play a number of festivals this summer, including RockNess (June 13), Global Gathering (July 24-25), The Big Chill (August 8) and Get Loaded In The Park (August 30).

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