"Newcomers definitely start here.Their perennial prog-electronic masterpiece. Plus their biggest hit 'The Saint' is bonus track here and both parts of 'The Box' are fantastic. Real must have above all."
"Less a second album, more dj-set style CD with new material - this is Orbital at their dancefloor friendliest. Features 'Lush 3' and 'Halcyon' that are truly canonical.Hasn't dated at all, by the way."
"Magic of the band in full glory - 16 live cuts that truly deliver euphoria of being there(featured DVD also comes in handy). So far the only comrehensive overview of the legendary masters. Essential."
"Darker,deeper,more conceptual,but nonetheless a triumphant record. Definitely, a "grower". Features beautiful vocals by then-unknown Alison Goldfrapp and weird & different, but grasping arrangements."
"Also known as"their last truly great album".Monolithic sound-wise with convex tunes,eerie at core,yet upbeat, this is a bit like "In Sides" on anti-depressants.Hey, 'Way Out ->' is pure crushing joy."
"Pretty good (though inessential) mix-tape that includes The Divine Comedy, Plaid and Jethro Tull on one disc. Eccentric,but intriguing. Note that it features exclusive Orbital track 'Ska'd For Life'."
"Their last CD.Stylistically а bit of everything from previous discs.Merely satisfying,but not without its strong moments.Dignified farewell to fans,despite formulaic overall structure.'You Lot' rules."
"Orbital's weakest CD is, perhaps, fans only affair. Samples Tool, reimagines Doctor Who theme and feat. David Gray on vocals - no wonder, it's a mess of an album. But 'Tension' & 'Meltdown' are worthy"
"Collaboration between Orbital and composer Michael Kamen.Long & pointless/aimless orchestral compositios,which are presumably best listened to while on hard drugs.Best avoid if you're clean,though :))"