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9 thoughts on “ Otoño - Orbital - The Middle Of Nowhere (CD, Album)

  1. The Middle Of Nowhere (US version), an album by Orbital on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. The middle of nowhere is always closer than you think." [8] Rolling Stone gave the album three and a half stars out of five, saying the "songs meld into each other as they would during a DJ set, female vocalists moan in and out of the mix, and syncopated rhythms dance the funky robot.
  3. Orbital - The Middle of Nowhere () Con “In Sides”, los miembros de Orbital crearon una obra maestra que aún hoy, muchos años después, sigue siendo considerada la cumbre del dúo.
  4. The Middle of Nowhere, an Album by Orbital. Released 5 April on FFRR (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Techno. Featured peformers: Phil Hartnoll (songwriter, producer), Paul Hartnoll (songwriter, producer), Mickey Mann (aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, additional producer), Lem (assistant engineer), Steve Sidelnyk (drums, percussion), Dave Pemberton (engineer), Kevin Metcalfe.
  5. Artist: Orbital Album: The Middle Of Nowhere Released: Genre: Breakbeat, Techno, Electro Country: UK Duration: Tracklisting: Way Out - () Co-producer Notes - Phil Holmberg.
  6. May 03,  · referencing The Middle Of Nowhere, CD, Album, Car, , (8), At the brink of Y2K, Orbital expanded upon their foreboding concepts of “In Sides” with a follow-up record that plunged into Millennial anxiety in a way that few other electronic artists at the time were capable of expressing/5().
  7. Orbital (Musical group) OCLC Number: Notes: Compact disc. Credits: All tracks written and produced by P & P Hartnoll ; additional production by Micky Mann ; track 1 written by P & P Hartnoll / Cohen / Rob featuring Brother Son Sister Moon. Performer(s): Performed by Orbital. Event notes: All tracks recorded at "The Strongroom.
  8. Orbital's decision was to tone down the intellectualism in favor of fun and, for the most part, the technique makes The Middle Of Nowhere, Orbital's first album since , pretty lively. But while it's dressed up with goofy embellishments, the album really has nowhere to go. The eight long tracks and trippy soundbites seem out of place now.

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