Work 1989–2002

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Work 1989-2002
Compilation album by Orbital
Released 3 June 2002
Genre Electronica
Techno
Acid house
Rave
Ambient techno
Length 1:09:45
Label FFRR
Producer Orbital
Orbital chronology
The Altogether
(2001)
Work 1989-2002
(2002)
Octane (OST)
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[2]

Work 1989–2002 is a compilation album released by the British electronica duo Orbital in 2002, featuring a selection of singles and rare tracks from their career together. Work was Orbital's final album for the FFRR record company.

The album[edit]

"Chime", "Choice", "Satan" and "Belfast" were previously released (in different forms) on the US version of the green album. This version of "Satan" was released on the Spawn soundtrack. "Lush", "Impact" and "Halcyon" appeared on the brown album. "Are We Here?" appeared on Snivilisation. "The Box" was a single for the In Sides album. "Nothing Left" and "Style" are from the album The Middle of Nowhere. "Funny Break" and "Illuminate" are from The Altogether.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Chime" (7" single version, 1990) 3:13
2. "Choice" (Original version, 1991 Crucifix Vocal U.S. Hardcore Punk) 5:32
3. "Illuminate" (Short version featuring David Gray, previously unreleased) 3:47
4. "Satan Spawn" (Re-recorded for the movie Spawn with Metallica's Kirk Hammett, 1997) 3:44
5. "Nothing Left" (Short version, 1999) 3:42
6. "Halcyon" (7" version, 1993) 3:51
7. "Impact" (USA version, 1993) 11:20
8. "Are We Here?" (Industry Standard? version) 3:47
9. "Style" (Single version, 1999) 4:05
10. "The Box" (Single version, 1996) 4:13
11. "Frenetic" (Previously unreleased) 4:06
12. "Lush 3.1" (Original version, 1993) 5:54
13. "Funny Break" (Single version, 2001) 3:56
14. "Belfast" (Original version, 1991) 8:09
Japanese release bonus track
No. Title Length
15. "Chime" (Live Style Radio Mix) 6:28

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bush, John. "Orbital: Work 1989-2002" at AllMusic. Retrieved 19 October 2011.
  2. ^ "Orbital: Work 1989-2002". Rolling Stone (Straight Arrow) (RS 905). 19 September 2002. ISSN 0035-791X. Archived from the original on 30 September 2007. 

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