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Orbital - Are We Here? - Rabbit In The Moon - Downtempo N S Brks 90s Dance 2x12
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Orbital – Are We Here?


Label: FFRR
Catalog#: 697 120 047-1DJ
Format: 2 × Vinyl, 12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM
Record: VG+ VG++
Cover: VG+ VG++ ringwear, cornerwear
Country: US
Released: 1994
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno, Jungle, Ambient



Tracklist


A1 Are We Here? (Who Are They?) 7:30
A2 Are We Here? (Do They Here?) 5:16


B Are We Here? (Oral Mix)
Remix – Rabbit In The Moon
Engineer – Scapegoat 8:36


C1 Are We Here? (Laconic Dub)
Remix – Rabbit In The Moon
Engineer – Scapegoat 7:37
C2 Are We Here? (Industry Standard)
Remix – P&P Hartnoll 3:51



D1 Are We Here? (They Did It?)
Remix – P&P Hartnoll 8:43
D2 Are We Here? (The Edit)
Remix – Rabbit In The Moon
Engineer – Scapegoat 4:12

Credits
Written-By, Producer – P&P Hartnoll
Notes
Original version from the FFRR CD and Cassette ORBITAL "Snivilisation" (697-124-027)

Published by Sony Music Publishing UK admin. in the U.S. by Sony Songs, Inc. (BMI)
℗ 1994 FFRR


Orbital became one of the biggest names in techno during the mid-'90s by solving the irreconcilable differences previously inherent in the genre: to stay true to the dance underground and, at the same time, force entry into the rock arena, where an album functions as an artistic statement -- not a collection of singles -- and a band's prowess is demonstrated by the actual performance of live


Asian sounding synths, great beats, great vocals. Luckily, the single holds up. The Who Are They? mix is like a different version of the last half of the album mix, with some new bits and pieces added in. The Do They Here? mix is very menacing-sounding, with the drums being all chopped up. I didn't care much for the They Did It mix (and since it's wasn't done by Orbital, that's ok). The big surprise is the What Was That? mix, which is like a very relaxes and happy version, without most of the beats. The Criminal Justice Bill is a reference to a law that they tried to pass in England during the early 90's that tried to outlaw repetitive music and gatherings of more than 10 people with loud music without a permit (it was aimed mostly at raves, as many people didn't understand what went on, and assumed it was all drug-taking and freaking out). As a result, a Criminal Justice techno song would be short and quiet, and so the Crminal Justice Bill mix is 4 minutes of slience. The Industry Standard Version is a radio edit, but I noticed some vocal lines that don't appear on any other versions. This is definitely a must for Orbital fans.



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