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Orbsessions Volume 2

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D.A.D.O.E.S?
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Ralph's Cupboard
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2026
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Shem
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Shem Version
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It's A Small World
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The Giant Bolster
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Ba'albeck
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Jam On Your Honey
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Kidnap
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Angel 4 Matrix
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 76:01

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Best orb in years

discriminate-musicfan

By far the best The Orb in years. This is why I listen to them. Download this immediately. "Ralph's cupboard" alone is the most facinating song I've ever heard. THis album takes a step away from straight dance that "the dream" sticks to, and gets into the surreal dubstep. Love it.

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I'm orbsessed...

Andromeda303

This is some good stuff. I like the idea of the Orb releasing some secrets from the Vault... Keep 'em coming!

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thinking out loud

jmubeda55

me gusta, esta ok.

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Yes the ORB is back!!!

phoenSND

After getting "The Dream" I got this one and they really are back! I'm really digging this release!!!!

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Good Trippy

socalmusicgrrl1

Ever watched "How It's Made" on discovery channel? If so you'll recoginize the track Ralph's Cupboard. Interesting album. Geeky electro.

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