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Orbital (also known as Orbital 2 or the Brown Album) is the eponymous second studio album by English electronic music duo Orbital, released on 24 May 1993 by Internal and FFRR Records. The album peaked at number 28 on the UK Albums Chart. On Orbital the duo aimed to make more atmospheric music than the dance raves of their first album
The discography of the electronic dance music duo Orbital consists of nine studio albums, two original score albums, three live/session albums, four compilation albums, two DJ-Mix albums, four extended plays, and eighteen singles. The Bedroom Sessions (Various Artists, selected by Orbital, released with the April 2002 issue of Mixmag. (2002) UK. Back to Mine (DJ Mix album) (2002). Sonatine (1993) "Belfast". Shopping (1994) "Crash and Carry".
He is a member of the High Energy Physics group at the University of Manchester, and works on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, CERN near Geneva, Switzerland.
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Album: There Will Come a Time (feat. Brian Cox) - Single, 2018. Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS. There Will Come a Time (feat. Brian Cox) (We Will Die Remix) · Orbital. Brian Cox) (We Will Die Remix). ACP Recordings Ltd. Released on: 2018-11-22. Composer: Paul Hartnoll Composer: Phil Hartnoll Featured Artist: Prof. Brian Cox Author: Prof. Auto-generated by YouTube.
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NotesLimited edition 12" only available at the Professor Brian Cox "Universal Adventures In Space And Time World Tour 2019."
Heavyweight black vinyl.
Track A1 is played at the beginning of the show.
Track B1 is played at the end of the show as the audience leaves.
A1: Music by Paul Hartnoll / Performed by Samuel West / Produced by Paul Hartnoll and Brian Cox.
Words - Erasmus Darwin, The Botanic Garden, 1791. William Wordsworth, The Prelude, 1850. Humphrey Davey, 1810. Scott Carpenter, Mercury 7 astronaut, speech at Millersville University, Pennsylvania*, 15 October 1992. (*Pennsylvania is mis-spelled as "Pennslyvania" on cover)
B1: Written by Paul Hartnoll, Phil Hartnoll and Brian Cox.
Voice - Brian Cox.
Mixed by Steve "Dub" Jones / Produced by P & P Hartnoll.
Design by Malcolm Garrett and Alasdair Scott / Original imagery by Gia Milinovich.
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