The Altogether is Orbital's sixth studio album and was released in 2001. It features guest vocals by the Hartnolls' brother-in-law David Gray, a sampled Ian Dury, a sample from 'Sober' by Tool and a version of the Doctor Who theme. It was Orbital's last album for FFRR and received a mixed critical reception. As of 2001, it had sold 135,000 copies worldwide.
I'm an absolutely massive fan of Orbital and each album has been an evolution, this was a really good one. The Altogether is an incredibly brave collection of tracks. They sit well individually from each other, but also work together to form an advanced body of work. I can understand that some fans would not be able to relate this album to previous releases. I loved this album from release and whenever I listen to it again through the years, I remain unchanged. There are huge dance tunes in here like Oi!, Tootled is soooo tight! Pay Per View is so far from what Orbital had done before, but it is genius - possibly some of the best production that Orbital has ever released. There are too many good tracks to go through here, the only one that maybe drags a bit is Last Thing. The only thing I utterly hate about this album is that it never came out on vinyl. MiniDisc would have been a nice option
The Altogether" is Orbital's sixth studio album and was released in 2001. It features guest vocals by the Hartnolls' brother-in-law David Gray, a sampled Ian Dury, a sample from "Sober" by Tool and a version of the Doctor Who theme. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
The album title is mostly accurate: The Altogether is just that, a bunch of samples and stuff all thrown together. The lead song actually promises of new directions. Tension" draws a buzzy bassline from the Bananamen's cover of the 1964 top ten hit "Surfin' Bird" and thrusts it into one of Orbital's hardest floor-fillers. Tootled," which is constructed from samples of Tool's "Sober" and anarchists Crass, just rehashes Orbital's collaboration with Kirk Hammett on the Spawn soundtrack. And "Shadows" should have been dumped with the TV pilot it was written for- the dark Underworld ambience teases, but then enter the operatic wailing. You might dig it if you still have a jones for Apotheosis' "O Fortuna. Oh, and then there's the "Dr. Who" theme novelty remix.
ORBITAL The Altogether (11-track CD album by the brothers Hartnoll featuring the vocal skills of David Gray and Nioami Bedford plus the live favourite Dr Who Theme and Meltdown produced for the South Bank 2000 festival celebrations. The sleeve shows only light wear and the disc is in excellent condition). During their long reign as one of dance music's most endearing acts, the Orbital sound has rarely changed. The result: five albums of beautiful electronic space-symphonies, blunt dancefloor beats and eccentric cinematic themes.
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The Altogether is Orbital's sixth studio album and was released in 2001. It features guest vocals by the Hartnolls' brother-in-law, David Gray, a sampled Ian Dury, a sample from 'Sober' by Tool and a version of the Doctor Who theme. Because "The Strongroom" (Orbital's London studio run by the unofficial "third member", their producer Mickey Mann) had capabilities for mixing surround audio they decided to make a DVD release of The Altogether.
The Altogether - Студийный альбом от Orbital. Вышел 11 апреля 2001г. В альбом вошло 24 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:32:11. Orbital - Oi! Orbital - Oi! (HD). Orbital - Funny Break (One Is Enough) Full Version.