The Orb ‎– Perpetual Dawn

Big Life ‎– 867 547-2, Mercury ‎– 867 547-2
CD, Single

Companies, etc.



3 and 4 remix and additional production for Boy's Own Productions.

From the Big Life / Mercury CD & cassette 314 511 034-2/4 "The Orb's Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld"

℗ © 1991 Wau! Mr. Modo/Big Life Records.
Manufactured and marketed by PolyGram Records, Inc.
Printed in USA.
Made in U.S.A.

Jewel case.
Front insert: 1 page trifold, color print exterior, black print interior.
Back insert: color print exterior, no print interior.
Disc tray: gray.
CD: 2 spot color print (black, silver).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 422-867547-2 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 042286754727
  • SPARS Code: AAD
  • Other (Code at bottom right of inserts): 0501
  • Other (Jewel case code, Variant 1): S2B
  • Other (Jewel case code, Variant 2): S10B
  • Other (Jewel case code, Variant 3): V27-7
  • Matrix / Runout: 867 547-2 01% MADE IN USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Mother/Stamper etching, Variant 2): C
  • Matrix / Runout (Mother/Stamper etching, Variant 3): D

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BLR T46, 867 223-1 The Orb Perpetual Dawn(12") Big Life, Big Life BLR T46, 867 223-1 UK 1991 Sell This Version
867 547-1 The Orb Perpetual Dawn(12", Single) Big Life, Mercury 867 547-1 US 1991 Sell This Version
BLR CD46, 867 223-2 The Orb Perpetual Dawn(CD, Single) Big Life, Big Life, WAU! Mr. Modo Recordings, WAU! Mr. Modo Recordings BLR CD46, 867 223-2 UK 1991 Sell This Version
867-547-1 The Orb Perpetual Dawn(12", TP) PolyGram 867-547-1 US Unknown Sell This Version
867 222-7, BLR 46 The Orb Perpetual Dawn(7", Single) Big Life, Big Life 867 222-7, BLR 46 Europe 1991 Sell This Version


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November 27, 2017
Reminds me of youthclub it was on a tape I nicked off one of the older blokes there, it had human nature by Gary Clail on it too


April 11, 2003

A FIVE ALL THE WAY! As stated in my comments for Orb In Dub, I did not enjoy this track when it was released. It was beyond me at the time. While now, I find that the track was WAY ahead of it's time. Reggae-house-pop. All four versions here are different enough to warrant listening to them straight through. In fact, the way the tracks are sequnced makes it feel very much like the track is being broken down more and more with each mix. Ending this release is, in my opinion, the best version of Star6&789 released anywhere. Add the January Mix 3 from Aubrey Mixes: The Ultraworld Excursions and you have a complete breakdown of this song. Deep.

Note #1: Several versions of this song contain real vocals (ya know, like, singing). If this isn't your thing, stay away.

Note #2: I have this on a cassette (long ago converted to MP3). Both side contain all five songs.