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Monsters Exist (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
ACP
Cat: ACPV 1806. Rel: 14 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Monsters Exist (5:55)
  2. Hoo Hoo Ha Ha (4:05)
  3. The Raid (5:07)
  4. PHUK (7:26)
  5. Tiny Foldable Cities (5:48)
  6. Buried Deep Within (4:28)
  7. Vision OnE (5:49)
  8. The End Is Nigh (4:36)
  9. There Will Come A Time (feat Prof Brian Cox) (7:13)
Review: Having set aside their musical differences following a period of reflection, the Hartnoll brothers return with their tenth studio album. The break seems to have done them some good, because "Monsters Exist" contains some material that's every bit as beguiling and impressive as their most celebrated work. Certainly, there are hints of classic Orbital in the spellbinding electronics and enveloping gloominess of "Buried Deep Within", the intergalactic ambient symphony of "There Will Come a Time" (listen out for a guest spoken word vocal by rave's favourite scientist, Professor Brian Cox), and the title track's rapidly expanding paranoia. There are a few dancefloor-centric blasts from the past, too ("Hoo Hoo Ha Ha" and the festival-friendly bounce of "PHUK"), suggesting that the veteran twosome could be ready for a late-career revival.
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 in stock $17.93
ACP
Cat: ACPCD 1804. Rel: 12 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Monsters Exist
  2. Hoo Hoo Ha Ha
  3. The Raid
  4. PHUK
  5. Tiny Foldable Cities
  6. Buried Deep Within
  7. Vision OnE
  8. The End Is Nigh
  9. There Will Come A Time (feat Prof Brian Cox)
Review: Having patched up their much-reported musical differences, Phil and Paul Hartnoll seem to have recaptured some of the studio magic that made Orbital such a fine outfit during their 1990s heyday. "Monsters Exist", their tenth studio album, contains some undeniably fine moments in their inimitable style - see the moody creepiness of "The Raid", the cinematic techno sweep of "Buried Deep Within", the post-apocalyptic grandeur of "The End is Nigh" and the ambient symphony "There Will Come a Time", featuring rave's favourite scientist, Professor Brian Cox - as well as a few festival-friendly future live favourites.
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 in stock $9.87
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