Orbital ‎– Satan Live

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Internal ‎– LIECD 37, Internal ‎– 850 806.2
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Tracklist

1 Satan (Recorded Live At The Irvine Plaza, New York) 7:08
2 Out There Somewhere (Recorded Live At The Irvine Plaza, New York) 17:47

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The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Internal Records.
℗1996 Internal Records ©1996 Internal Records.
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CD ONE of a 3CD set. All three releases in the series come in J-Card Case with folded one-side-printed inlay card. Each has a 6 on the inlay spine so the three together form 666.

There is also a little picture in a backside of inlay on every cd on this 3CD set and when these little pictures are put in a vertical line it reveals a one big picture of a fork.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 42285 08062 9
  • Barcode (String): 042285080629
  • Matrix / Runout: LIECD37 10448401 01 & MADE IN U.K. BY PMDC
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L134
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0492
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0486
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 0467
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI 0485
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC 7654
  • Other (Distribution Code): PY 940

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LIARX 37, 850 811.1 Orbital Satan Live(2x12", EP) Internal, Internal LIARX 37, 850 811.1 Europe 1996 Sell This Version
422-850 990-2 Orbital Featuring Kirk Hammett Orbital Featuring Kirk Hammett - Satan(CD, Single) FFRR 422-850 990-2 US 1997 Sell This Version
none Orbital Satan Live(Cass, EP, P/Mixed, Unofficial) Internal Records none 1997 Sell This Version
PRCD 7430-2, Prcd 7430-2 Orbital Featuring Kirk Hammett Orbital Featuring Kirk Hammett - Satan(CD, Single, Promo) FFRR, FFRR PRCD 7430-2, Prcd 7430-2 US 1997 Sell This Version
LIE 37 Orbital Satan(7", Jukebox) Internal LIE 37 UK 1996 Sell This Version

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mindblow_

mindblow_

September 20, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
I hate to say this but I must… "Wow, no comments?" Yes, there, now I've said it. Especially because I'd say that this was my first encounter with Orbital. I'm not sure but I like to believe it to be so… No, it wasn't so because I remember my uncle brining 'The Box' single from the UK earlier that year because I asked for that. But later that year I recall seeing some MTV UK singles chart program and they played like 10 seconds clip of 'Satan' and that was it. I was like "what the hell was that"? Obsessed by a small clip of a monstrous tune I knew I had to get this. As it happened, even a small town record store managed to have the Disc One of three disc set (probably why this charted so high). Some time after that I was able to obtain the remaining two parts and the results were just stunning.
Even if I wasn't aware of it, the three discs include basically the best (or some of the best) Orbital songs as live versions. 'Satan' was the song that lured me into this and although it sounds dated and rather predictable nowadays, I still can hear what was so compelling on it that got me into Orbital. It's very raw and aggressive but it has a very trancey and danceable feeling to it.
I remember that 'Out The Somewhere' was just stunning back then. Really, it sounded like future music from outer space. I had no idea that anyone could do something like that and I remember I listened to the live version over and over again and at the end even more that I did 'Satan'.
The Disk Two was nice but what was the deal breaker was the Disk Three. 'Chime' and 'Impact'. Need I say more? I listened to it time after time after time and it was just sublime. It was way later that I started to realize that those were real dance music classics. And I was pleased that they were my early encounters with Orbital. Actually, I'm pleased with the fact that I was able to listen to them without knowing their place in dance music history.
Anyways, what do you want me to say any more. If you're older than me, you're like "meh, he's just a kid who jumped on the bandwagon". And if you're younger than me, you're like "Orbital, is that like one of the moons of Jupiter?" Lame and depressing. Perhaps this wasn't a landmark in Orbital discography but that doesn't mean it didn't change lives of young people back then.