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Orbsessions

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Yungle
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Sail
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Chromatik [Orbzone]
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Eurofen
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Sun Of
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Steel Horse
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Something Like
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Pluto Calling [Twinkle]
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Angel 3 Dub
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 50:59

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Good but...

Andromeda303

..Not as good as the next 2 installments of Orbsessions, IMHO...

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great outtakes

EMUSIC-00C4744B

really cool collection... the first of many more to come

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big up Plaid

nicmac303

thanks for the link SimonThePhopp. it's a nice remix, but the main track under the voice is 'ralome' by Plaid, off their excellent Rest Proof Clockwork LP. Sadly unavailable on emusic, but bleep.com has it. Give it a listen

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Someone did, Yellowstar

SimonThePhopp

Flying White Dots, a DJ and Mash-up artist from Brighton has reworked Little fluffy Clouds to great effect and includes a little more of that RLJ interview than is on the original. Available for free legal download on Flying White Dots website - first track of 'Into the Great Unknown' Enjoy

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If only......

yellowstar2000

I wish the Orb would remake their classic "Little Fluffy Clouds" (my all time favorite Orb song) which is a groovy chill out sexy song that is basically centered around clips from an interview with Rickie Lee Jones in which she recalls to LeVar Burton picturesque images of her childhood...its from their best album- The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld. This one is good, but nowhere near the generously atmospheric deliverance of freedom that "Adventures" subsisted.

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