Label:Orbital Recordings Ltd. – LMS5521698, London Records – LMS5521698
4 x Vinyl, 12", Album, 180g
Style:Techno, House, Breakbeat, Trance


A2Satan (30-Something Years Later Mix)7:10
B1Where Is It Going (Feat. Stephen Hawking)
FeaturingStephen Hawking
B2Impact (30 Years Later And The Earth Is Still Burning Mix)11:52
C1Chime (30-Something Years Later Mix)5:40
C2Halcyon (30-Something Years Later Mix)9:11
D1The Box (30-Something Years Later Mix)4:03
D2Belfast (30-Something Years Later Mix)9:36
E1The Girl With The Sun In Her Head (Floex Remix)
E2Belfast (David Holmes Remix)
RemixDavid Holmes
F1Halcyon & On (Jon Hopkins Remix)
RemixJon Hopkins
F2Chime (Eli Brown Remix)
RemixEli Brown (4)
G1Impact (John Tejada Remix)
RemixJohn Tejada
G2Are We Here? (Dusky Remix)
RemixDusky (2)
H1Belfast (ANNA Techno Remix)
H2The Box (Joris Voorn Remix)
RemixJoris Voorn
H3Are We Here? (Shanti Celeste Remix)
RemixShanti Celeste

Companies, etc.



Boxes ordered directly from Townsend Music came with an exclusive signed print.
12" x 12" fold out booklet with new sleeve notes by Andrew Harrison. Plus exclusive ’30 Something’ slip mat.

Runouts are etched, apart from MPO logo and subsequent digits on sides A to F, which are laser etched.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5060555216986
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): LMS5521698 - A - [MPO logo]® 22 267545 DAVE CURVE PUSHER
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): LMS5521698 - B - [MPO logo]® 22 267544 DAVE CURVE PUSHER ϋ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): LMS5521698 - C - [MPO logo]® 22 267543 DAVE CURVE PUSHER ϋ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): LMS5521698 - D - [MPO logo]® 22 267592 DAVE CURVE PUSHER ϋ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E): LMS5521698 - E - [MPO logo]® 22 267632 DAVE CURVE PUSHER ϋ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F): LMS5521698 - F - [MPO logo]® 22 267557 DAVE CURVE PUSHER ϋ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G): LMS5521698 - G - DAVE CURVE PUSHER
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H): LMS5521698 - H - DAVE CURVE PUSHER ϋ

Other Versions (5 of 8)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
30 Something (24×File, AAC, Album, Stereo, 256 kbps)Orbital Recordings Ltd.noneUK2022
Recently Edited
Thirty-Something (2×CD, Album)Orbital Recordings Ltd., London RecordsLMS5521743Europe2022
30 Something (24×File, FLAC, Album, 24-Bit, 44.1 kHz)London Music StreamnoneUK2022
New Submission
30 Something (24×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)London Music StreamLMS5521742UK2022
New Submission
Thirty-Something (2×CD, Album)Orbital Recordings Ltd.RTMCD-1535Japan2022



  • _ZERO_'s avatar
    Edited 12 days ago
    Amazing flat and quiet box set. Sounds great but sadly 2 of my records are damaged. One has horrible scuff mark and one a scratch across more than half the record. I’ll return it and update to see if the second box set is in good condition. Disappointed.

    Edit. Replaced and all good!
    • IUKC's avatar
      Shame the LOGIC1000 remix of Halcyon didn't make the vinyl cut.
      Personally think it's lovely.
      • dmkbox's avatar
        Top remiix from Lone ommited from vinyl. BAD!!! Most impressive tune.
        • MartzTunes's avatar
          I was lucky enough to receive a copy from Resident which has been signed on the front of the box, beautiful.
          • thebiglebowski's avatar
            Edited one year ago
            I wish they would celebrate the 30something anniversary with deluxe album reissues, that would be grand. The remix and rework idea was very cool, but I am personally disappointed of the result.

            Most of the remixes are mediocre and uninspiring, AKA “boring”. The new track versions are an interesting insight in the sound of current Orbital live shows. But nothing changed drastically, nothing captured my attention in way that I would prefer this over the original version or other live versions. Also, I would love to hear a reworked version of Lush, such a big tune!

            The best, grooviest remix of the collection is Dusky’s remix of Are We Here. It captures the dreamy vibe of the original, but at the same time brings a new, fresh take – a nice, pulsating 808 electro beat. Fantastic! It really stands out.

            Octave One did a great job with Chime, turning it into a heavy dancefloor DJ tool/weapon. We heard Chime a zillion times, yet this fat beat really takes it up a notch. Sadly - not on vinyl.

            Again, I would love to hear other producer’s interpretation of Lush. Maybe next time.
            • AndrewHP's avatar
              Do these all come with the signed print, or was that just the pre-orders from the Orbital shop?
              • Kyblik's avatar
                love the boxed set, but pretty hate that there are missing 6 remixes. at least they should cut Eli Brown and Shanti Celeste remixes and replace them with Yotto and Lone remixes. also dunno why its not complete when there is space for more. Side A1 over 14 minutes, B1 almost 15 mins, A2 almost 15, B2 almost 14, A3 almost 17, B3 under 13, A4 under 14, B4 almost 20 minutes!! there could be pretty anything as on CD release... also, they could place full Rich NxT remix, as it was edited to fit CD. anyway, great record for a collection :)
                • plekuz's avatar
                  Excellent release. Clean vinyl. Little hard to get the covers out of the box, but high quality packaging none the less. Not missing the additional mixes from the CD version at all. To be honest I usually stop after the second record with all their own versions.

                  Now please rerelease all your other records on vinyl, because I crave to get those in my collection. :)


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