Orbital ‎– The Bedroom Sessions

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1 Hyper-On Experience* Disturbance
Written-By, Producer – A Banks*, D Demierre*
5:54
2 Plump DJs Remember My Name
Written-By, Producer – Andy Gardner, Lee Rous
6:42
3 Koma & Bones Fade In (The Programme)
Written-By, Producer – Koma + Bones*
6:43
4 The Divine Comedy Victoria Falls
Mixed By [Uncredited] – Darren AllisonWritten-By – Neil Hannon
3:59
5 Stisch JFK
Producer – T Spaanheden*
4:44
6 Dub Syndicate Forever More
Producer – Adrian SherwoodWritten-By – J Vincent*
4:10
7 Ubik Ram Raid
Written-By, Producer – Campbell*, Beeton*
4:51
8 Eon Basket Case
Written-By, Producer – Ian Loveday
5:37
9 Dark Globe Some Say She's Retro
Producer, Mixed By – Dark GlobeWritten-By – Matt Frost, Pete Diggens
6:51
10 Midi Rain Crack Train (Vocal Mix)
Producer – J Saul Kane*Written-By, Producer – John Rocca
5:15
11 Mouse On Mars Frosch
Producer, Composed By, Arranged By – Andi Toma, Jan St Werner*
4:09
12 Mark Stewart + Maffia* Liberty City
Producer – Adrian SherwoodWritten-By – M Stewart*
5:18
13 The Specials Nite Klub
Backing Vocals – Chrissie HyndeWritten-By, Producer – Jerry Dammers, The Specials
3:11
14 Severed Heads Cyflea, Rated R
Written-By, Producer – Deering*, Ellard*
3:36

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Classics and inspirations selected by Pete and Phil Hartnoll. ("Pete's" real name is Paul).

Free with the April 2002 issue of Mixmag.

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  • Matrix / Runout: MM 030 02 DISCTRONICS
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L501
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8795

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ultram:xcd 13 Orbital Orbital Sessions(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Ultram:x ultram:xcd 13 Czech Republic 2003 Sell This Version

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behemoth

behemoth

November 30, 2002

The least you can say about this is that you're going to hear something new. Classic Moving Shadow hardcore mixed up with dark breaks, punk and The Divine Comedy - eh? I bet you'll never see that again. It's a bit like your listening to John Peel, except everything is at the right speed and the same thing hasn't just been played twice. It certainly put a smile on my face (except when 'Basket case' came on, then I hid in the corner).

And as for the note on the cover: "Pete & Phil Hartnoll" - LOL @ Mixmag! Bunch of idiots...