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    Best Wipeout tune ever?

    Bassheads on Fusion for me

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    Well not exactly. Orbital broke up after Wonky. One of the brothers went solo. FSOL hasn't been on the scene in years nor had the alter ego Amorphous Androgynous or however that should be spelled. Personally I like the way that underworld has gone with ova nova. Photek is also out now too with their last major thing being the album that had Aviator and Quadrant on it. I'd love to hear proof of some new stuff, but I just don't think that's the case. At least Jquai is still around even if it does take 5 years to make a new album.

    But the point I was trying to make is that we will never hear those artists in a soundtrack anymore.

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    Ok, so I think I've found a good Youtube to mp3 converter: https://ytmp3.cc/ (Well, at least it doesn't have tons of ads)

    NOTE: Pretty much all MP3 from Youtube sites are kinda shady, so make sure you're hitting the right download button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PureSpeed7 View Post
    Ok, so I think I've found a good Youtube to mp3 converter: https://ytmp3.cc/ (Well, at least it doesn't have tons of ads)

    NOTE: Pretty much all MP3 from Youtube sites are kinda shady, so make sure you're hitting the right download button.
    I say this as someone who's worked in the music industry: Instead of facilitating something which is not only illegal but takes away potential income from artist and in some cases (like breakbeat) completely kills off genres, why don't you just buy the songs? MP3's aren't expensive and I'm pretty sure the soundtrack will at some point be released if you're not keen on the extended club/EP/LP edits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mannjon View Post
    Well not exactly. Orbital broke up after Wonky. One of the brothers went solo. FSOL hasn't been on the scene in years nor had the alter ego Amorphous Androgynous or however that should be spelled. Personally I like the way that underworld has gone with ova nova. Photek is also out now too with their last major thing being the album that had Aviator and Quadrant on it. I'd love to hear proof of some new stuff, but I just don't think that's the case. At least Jquai is still around even if it does take 5 years to make a new album.

    But the point I was trying to make is that we will never hear those artists in a soundtrack anymore.
    FSOL are still making albums, just not in the same style. But Orbital have reformed and are playing lots of live shows at the moment and have a new album on the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mannjon View Post
    FSOL hasn't been on the scene in years
    Papua New Guinea was recently on horizon 3
    https://youtu.be/qV7K4qdnLaQ?t=1h7m20s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Concealed Sequence View Post
    We'll you don't have to miss Orbital, FSOL, Underworld or Photek because they're all still active.
    There's also current day equivalents of these guys, but you have to remember that Orbital, FSOL, Underworld and Photek were quite unique in terms of sound, few were making similar stuff, unfortunately, the soundtrack for Omega Collection didn't really go in that direction but it's probably just a case of the game adjusting to the times as all the artists featured on it are huge in their respective scenes.

    Sidenote regarding Underworld: check out their recent Long Slow Slippy version of Born Slippy, it is amazing!

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