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Orbital
Optical Delusion

Optical Delusion

Artists

Orbital

Catno

LMS5521861

Formats

2x Vinyl 12" Album Coloured

Release date

Feb 17, 2023

White vinyl.
5mm spine sleeve UV gloss finish. 2 heavy weight printed inner with UV gloss finish.
Legendary electronic music duo Orbital return Early 2023 with new album “Optical Delusion”, the Hartnoll brothers first studio album since 2018’s Monster’s Exist. Recorded in Orbital’s Brighton studio, “Optical Delusion” includes contributions from Sleaford Mods, Penelope Isles, Anna B Savage, The Little Pest, Dina Ipavic, Coppe, and perhaps most surprisingly, The Medieval Baebes.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

41.75€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Ringa Ringa (The Old Pandemic Folk Song) (feat. The Mediaeval Baebes)

A2

Day One (feat. Dina Ipavic)

A3

Are You Alive? (feat. Penelope Isles)

B1

You Are The Frequency (feat. The Little Pest)

B2

The New Abnormal

C1

Home (feat. Anna B Savage)

C2

Dirty Rat

C3

Requiem For The Pre-Apocalypse

D1

What A Surprise (feat. The Little Pest)

D2

Moon Princess (feat. Coppe)

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