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Snivilisation
Orbital
Snivilisation
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
 
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Snivilisation is one of Orbital's most accomplished works. Partially consisting of experimental loop-oriented progressions and clamorous noise fills, other dominant tracks also purvey elements of drifting "technotic" bliss...  more »

      
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All Artists: Orbital
Title: Snivilisation
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Internal
Release Date: 8/23/1994
Album Type: Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Ambient, Electronica, Techno, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 769712402723

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Snivilisation is one of Orbital's most accomplished works. Partially consisting of experimental loop-oriented progressions and clamorous noise fills, other dominant tracks also purvey elements of drifting "technotic" bliss. The appearance of guest vocalist Allison Goldfrapp, who sang on Tricky's Maxinquaye album, adds to the appeal of two tracks. As audiences succumbed to the electronic symbiosis generated by Orbital's mystique, the group's political outlook became realized on bold tracks like "Are We Here." The track rallied rave culture as it scorned austere governmental policies which descended upon England's electronic masses. Combined with traces of Eastern-oriented influence, the album further heralds Orbital's outward affiliations applied within their technology-driven platforms. --Lucas Hilbert

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Snivilisation by Orbital
2 cents | B.F.N. United Snakes | 01/06/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a classic album. It's my favorite album by Orbital. I loved this album when I was more into electronic music years ago... But I still enjoy Snivilisation from time to time. It's stood up pretty well. Read the spotlighted review "Spoiled by Orbital" that I complemented in the comments section. I listened to this album while riding out of Death Valley not too long ago. We had stopped the car and got out and looked up at the night sky and saw more stars than either one of us had ever seen in our lives. The Milky Way at it's most impressive to the naked eye from Earth. Countless stars. And a few satilights are visible if you look closely. They look like other stars except they move quickly across the sky. After staring for awhile we got back in the car, headed down the desert highway and listened to this album straight through. Better at the time than metal. Slayer and Pantera worked during the day."