Orbital Lyrics

Genre: Electronic

Orbital Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Out There Somewhere?
2 Are We Here (Who Are They?)
3 Nothing Left (Much Ado About Nothing Left)
4 Style
5 Sad But True
6 Remind (Live From New York)
7 Chime (Live Style Mix)
8 Impact (The Earth Is Burning)
9 Satan
10 Omen
11 Oi!
12 Mock Tudor
13 The Box (Untitled version 2)
14 Otono
15 Choice
16 Tootled
17 New Style
18 Frenetic (12 inch mix)
19 The Naked And The Dead
20 Last Thing
21 The Box - Live at Glastonbury 1999
22 The Box (Paul Oakenfold remix)
23 The Box
24 Doctor?
25 Funny Break (Weekend Ravers) - Live at Glastonbury 2002
26 Frenetic (12" mix)
27 Funny Break (One is Enough)
28 Shadows
29 Belfast - Live at Glastonbury 2002
30 Illuminate (Orbital 12″ mix)
31 Illuminate
32 The Girl With The Sun In Her Head
33 Waving Not Drowning
34 Frenetic - Live at Glastonbury 2002
35 Satan (live at the Irvine Plaza, New York)
36 Pay Per View
37 Beached
38 Meltdown
39 Satan - Live at Glastonbury 2004
40 Satan (live at the V96 Festival, Chelmsford)
41 Lush (Herve's 'Tree And Leaf' Remix)
42 Bigpipe Style
43 Funny Break (One Is Enough) [Single Version]
44 Belfast
45 Monorail
46 Satan (Recorded Live At the Irvine Plaza, New York)
47 You Lot
48 Much Ado About Nothing Left
49 Halcyon and On and On (Live)
50 Halcyon (Tom Middleton Re-Model)
51 Frenetic
52 An Fhomhair
53 Funny Break (One Is Enough) (Weekend Ravers mix)
54 Lush 3
55 Stringy Acid
56 Doctor Look Out
57 Funny Break (One Is Enough) (Plump DJ's mix)
58 One Big Moment
59 Impact (Live From Royal Albert Hall)
60 Beeledub
61 Beelzebeat
62 Funny Break (One Is Enough) [Layo and Bushwacka! Down Remix Edit]
63 Straight Sun
64 Wonky
65 Nothing Left Out
66 Funny Break (One Is Enough) [Layo and Bushwacka! Up Remix]
67 Never
68 Where Is it Going?
69 Old Style
70 Satan Spawn
71 New France
72 One Perfect Sunrise (Radio Edit)
73 Tension
74 Funny Break (Weekend Ravers Mix)
75 The Box (Untitled version 1)
76 Distractions

Orbital Bio

Orbital are a British electronic dance music duo from Sevenoaks, England, consisting of brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll. Their career initially ran from 1989 until 2004, but in 2009 they announced that they would be reforming and headlining The Big Chill, in addition to a number of other live shows in 2009. The band's name was taken from Greater London's orbital motorway, the M25, which was central to the early rave scene and party network in the South East during the early days of acid house. One of the biggest names in British electronica during the 1990s, Orbital were both critically and commercially successful, and known particularly for their element of live improvisation during shows, a rarity within techno acts. They were initially influenced by early electro and punk rock.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbital_%28band%29