Snivilisation is the third album and the first named album by Orbital. It was released in 1994. "Are We Here?" features vocals by Alison Goldfrapp, as does "Sad But True". "Are We Here?" is also on Work 1989-2002.
The band released the album at the time of the launch of the Criminal Justice Act, the legislation that gave British Police greater legal powers to break up unlicensed raves that gave Orbital its name. The Are We Here? single featured the track "Are We Here? (Criminal Justice Bill?)", four minutes of complete silence.
"Are We Here?" samples a part of "Man At C&A" by The Specials.