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Double splatter colored vinyl LP pressing. Originally released on September 30, 1991, Orbital's eponymous debut album became known as The Green Album to distinguish it from their second album (known as The Brown Album). The Green Album includes the seminal "Belfast" and a live version of "Chime, " the landmark dance track that launched their career in 1990. Back on double vinyl edition with exclusive splatter vinyl. The Green Album heralded a brave new world for the UK musical landscape (DJ Mag would later decry that the album "rewrote the rule book for rave"). Brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll eschewed formulas and clichés, choosing to explore wider textures, rhythms and stranger mind spaces within dance music. Their resulting album would enjoy both chart success and an enduring legacy, influencing and inspiring artists from Björk to Bicep, with the Hartnoll brothers going on to collaborate with artists as diverse as Madonna, Ennio Morricone, Kraftwerk, Sleaford Mods, and Professor Brian Cox.
Double splatter colored vinyl LP pressing. Originally released on September 30, 1991, Orbital's eponymous debut album became known as The Green Album to distinguish it from their second album (known as The Brown Album). The Green Album includes the seminal "Belfast" and a live version of "Chime, " the landmark dance track that launched their career in 1990. Back on double vinyl edition with exclusive splatter vinyl. The Green Album heralded a brave new world for the UK musical landscape (DJ Mag would later decry that the album "rewrote the rule book for rave"). Brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll eschewed formulas and clichés, choosing to explore wider textures, rhythms and stranger mind spaces within dance music. Their resulting album would enjoy both chart success and an enduring legacy, influencing and inspiring artists from Björk to Bicep, with the Hartnoll brothers going on to collaborate with artists as diverse as Madonna, Ennio Morricone, Kraftwerk, Sleaford Mods, and Professor Brian Cox.
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Orbital (Green Album) (Splatter Vinyl) (Spla)
Artist: Orbital
Format: Vinyl
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Double splatter colored vinyl LP pressing. Originally released on September 30, 1991, Orbital's eponymous debut album became known as The Green Album to distinguish it from their second album (known as The Brown Album). The Green Album includes the seminal "Belfast" and a live version of "Chime, " the landmark dance track that launched their career in 1990. Back on double vinyl edition with exclusive splatter vinyl. The Green Album heralded a brave new world for the UK musical landscape (DJ Mag would later decry that the album "rewrote the rule book for rave"). Brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll eschewed formulas and clichés, choosing to explore wider textures, rhythms and stranger mind spaces within dance music. Their resulting album would enjoy both chart success and an enduring legacy, influencing and inspiring artists from Björk to Bicep, with the Hartnoll brothers going on to collaborate with artists as diverse as Madonna, Ennio Morricone, Kraftwerk, Sleaford Mods, and Professor Brian Cox.
        
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