Orbital ‎– Work 1989-2002

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FFRR ‎– 092746190 2, FFRR ‎– 0927461902, FFRR ‎– 0927-46190-2
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1 Chime (7" Single Version) 3:15
2 Choice (Original Version) (Crucifix Vocal US Hardcore Punk)
Vocals – Crucifix (2)
5:33
3 Illuminate (Short Version)
Backing Vocals – CluneMixed By – Dave PembertonMixed By [Assistant] – Chris GardinerWritten-By, Lyrics By, Performer [Lyrics] – David Gray
3:48
4 Satan Spawn (Re-Recorded For The Movie Spawn With Metallica's Kirk Hammett)
Guitar – Kirk HammettProducer [Additional] – Graeme Revell
3:45
5 Nothing Left (Short Version)
Mixed By, Producer [Additional] – Micky Mann*Vocals – Alison Goldfrapp
3:43
6 Halcyon (7" Version)
Written-By – E. Barton*
3:52
7 Impact (USA Version) 11:22
8 Are We Here? (Industry Standard? Version)
Vocals – Alison Goldfrapp
3:48
9 Style (Single Version)
Lacquer Cut By [Cut By] – Kevin Metcalf*Mixed By, Producer [Additional] – Micky Mann*Written-By – Bell*, Clarke*
4:05
10 The Box (Single Version)
Drums [Live Drumming] – CluneVocals – Alison Goldfrapp, Grant Fulton
4:15
11 Frenetic
Lyrics By, Performer [Lyrics] – Lisa BillsonProducer [Additional] – Nick Smith
4:07
12 Lush 3.1 (Original Version) 5:55
13 Funny Break (Single Version)
Lyrics By – Andrew Bramley, Naomi BedfordProducer [Extra] – Micky Mann*Vocals – Naomi BedfordWritten-By – A Bramley*, N Bedford*
3:57
14 Belfast (Original Version)
Written-By – Page*, Hildegard*
8:08

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Track 1: 1990 ℗2002 Internal Records
Track 2: 1991 ℗2002 FFRR
Track 3: 2001 (previously unreleased). Recorded and mixed at The Strongroom. ℗2002 London Records 90 Ltd
Track 4: 1997 Kirk Hammett appears courtesy of E/M Ventures.
Taken from 'Spawn' OST. ℗1997 FFRR
Track 5: 1999 ℗1999 London Records 90 Ltd
Track 6: 1993 Contains a sample of 'It's a Fine Day' performed by Opus III licensed courtesy of PWL International. ℗2002 London Records 90 Ltd
Track 7: 1993 ℗2002 Internal Records
Track 8: 1994 ℗2002 London Records 90 Ltd
Track 9: 1999 Features a sample from Oh L'Amour performed by Dollar. ℗2002 FFRR
Track 10: 1996 ℗2002 London Records 90 Ltd
Track 11: Previously unreleased ℗2002 London Records 90 Ltd
Track 12: 1993 ℗1993 Internal Records
Track 13: 2001 ℗2001 London Records 90 Ltd
Track 14: 1991 Extract from O Euchari - Performed by Emily Van Evera. Used courtesy of Hyperion Records. ℗1991 Internal Records

The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by London Records 90 Ltd, an AOL Time Warner Company.
℗ This compilation 2002 London Records 90 Ltd., an AOL Time Warner Company
© 2002 London Records 90 Ltd., an AOL Time Warner Company.
Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe.

Packaging: Transparent tray jewel case with a 20-page booklet.
Cat# appears as 0927461902 on both spines.
Cat# appears as 092746190 2 on back cover and disc.
Cat# appears as 0927-46190-2 on back of booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 809274619020
  • Barcode (Text): 8 09274 61902 0
  • Rights Society (Europe): GEMA/BIEM
  • Rights Society (UK): GEMA/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC00253
  • Matrix / Runout: 092746190-2 04/02
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L011
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0541
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 05A5

Other Versions (5 of 19) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
092746190 2 Orbital Work 1989-2002(CD, Comp, Unofficial) FFRR (2) 092746190 2 UK & Europe 2003 Sell This Version
WPCR-11223 Orbital Work 1989-2002(CD, Comp, Jew) WEA Japan, Warner Music Japan, FFRR, London Records WPCR-11223 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
R2A-7579 Orbital Work 1989-2002(CD, Comp, Promo) FFRR R2A-7579 US 2002 Sell This Version
WPCR-11223 Orbital Work 1989-2002(CD, Comp) WEA Japan, Warner Music Japan, FFRR, London Records WPCR-11223 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
2 46190 Orbital Work 1989-2002(CD, Comp) FFRR 2 46190 Canada 2002 Sell This Version

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dlgale1974

dlgale1974

November 5, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
Some classics here along with some weaker tunes. If you don't already own any Orbital I'd start with the Orbital and/or Orbital 2 albums, if you already own those, I'd get this to fill in the gaps.
Whitey

Whitey

March 20, 2004

A good collection of tracks spanning over a decade but sadly some of Orbital's best work is missing. The obvious classics are Chime and Belfast, beautifully simple tracks yet so addictive an you never get bored of hearing them. Halcyon is also up there as one of the better tracks along with Impact, but for me three or four tracks don't deserve to be on what is basically a 'Best Of' album.