The Middle of Nowhere (Orbital album)
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|The Middle Of Nowhere|
|Studio album by Orbital|
|Released||5 April 1999|
London/Sire Records (US)
- A small section from John Baker's "New Worlds", which also featured in John Craven's Newsround, was sampled for "Spare Parts Express".
- The track "Spare Parts Express" contains a sample from the movie Carnival of Souls containing the line "Why can't anybody hear me?"
- The vocal samples in "I Don't Know You People" are taken from the film The Legend of Hell House.
- The vocal sample in "Style" ("Now I'm aching for you") is taken from "Oh L'amour" by Dollar.
All songs written and composed by Paul Hartnoll & Phil Hartnoll unless stated.
|1.||"Way Out →"||Paul Hartnoll, Phil Hartnoll, Barbara Cohen, Paul Robb||Brother Sun Sister Moon||8:00|
|2.||"Spare Parts Express"||10:07|
|3.||"Know Where to Run"||9:42|
|4.||"I Don't Know You People"||7:47|
|5.||"Otoño"||Hartnoll, Hartnoll, Natasha Jones, Sharon Lewis||Pooka||5:48|
|6.||"Nothing Left 1"||Alison Goldfrapp||7:49|
|7.||"Nothing Left 2"||Alison Goldfrapp||8:21|
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