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1Sticky End0:49
Flute – Tom GreenWritten-By – Fehlmann
3Towers Of Dub
Harmonica – Marney PaxPerformer [Intro By] – Victor Lewis-SmithWritten-By – Fehlmann
Producer – YouthWritten-By – Glover
Bass – Guy Pratt
6Close Encounters
Written-By – Meikle, McMillan
7Blue Room
Bass – Jah WobbleProducer – Steve HillageWritten-By – Wobble, Giraudy, Hillage


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
IMCD 219, 513 749-2Orb U.F. Orb ‎(CD, Album, RP)Island Masters, Inter-ModoIMCD 219, 513 749-2UK & EuropeUnknown
513 749-1, ILPSD 8033The Orb U.F.Orb ‎(2xLP, Album)Island Records, Island Records, WAU! Mr. Modo Recordings, WAU! Mr. Modo Recordings513 749-1, ILPSD 8033UK1992
DE 881422The Orb U.F.Orb ‎(CD, Album)DelabelDE 881422France1992
162-535 006-2Orb U.F.Orb ‎(CD, Album, RE, UML)Island Red Label, Inter-Modo162-535 006-2USUnknown
POCP 1236Orb U.F.Orb ‎(CD, Album)Big Life, PolydorPOCP 1236Japan1992


  • DesignCaptain, What's The Designers Republic? "Bespoke Star Trek Tailoring, Scotty"
  • EngineerGreg Hunter, Thrash
  • Engineer [Assisted By At Butterfly]Scruff
  • Engineer [Assisted By At Mark Angelo's]Sarah
  • Engineer [Assisted By At Matrix 4]Sonia , Tim
  • Engineer [Assisted By At Sunsonic]Leroy
  • Performer [Player]LX, Greg Hunter, Guy Pratt, Jah Wobble, Marney Pax, Miquette Giraudy, Orde Meikle, S.S. Hillage, Stuart McMillan, Thomas Fehlmann, Tom Green, Youth
  • ProducerThe Orb
  • Written-ByPaterson, Weston


Original UK CD release in jewel case.
Later reprinted with some differences in tray insert and label artwork: see here.

The duration of track 1 is misprinted 18:45 on CD instead of 12:51.

Track 1: programmed in berlin
Tracks 2, 6: programmed at butterfly
Track 3: programmed in space at mark angelo's
Track 4: programmed at sunsonic
track 5: programmed at livingston

[Back Tray insert:]
℗1992 the copyright in this sound recording is owned by wau! mr modo records
big life are the exclusive licensees for the world
©1992 wau! mr modo records. made in england

[On CD:]
℗1992 the copyright in this sound recording is owned by wau! mr modo records and is licensed to big life records for the rest of the world
©1992 wau! mr modo records


  • Barcode (Scanned): 731451374920
  • Barcode (Text): 7 31451 37492 0
  • Label Code: LC 6816
  • Price Code: PG 900
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): MAYKING RECORDS BLRCD18 MADE IN U.K. 10194121 01 %
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): MAYKING RECORDS BLRCD18 10194121 02 %
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): MAYKING RECORDS BLRCD18 10194121 01 %


  • Licensed To – Big Life Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WAU! Mr. Modo Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – WAU! Mr. Modo Recordings
  • Published By – Edition Bingen
  • Published By – Orb Music
  • Published By – Big Life Music
  • Published By – Virgin Music
  • Published By – Oval Music
  • Published By – E.G. Music
  • Published By – BMG Music
  • Mixed At – Matrix 4, London
  • Made By – Mayking Records
  • Glass Mastered At – PDO, UK – 10194121


The Orb - U.F.Orb MP3 FLAC
Performer: The Orb
Genre: Electronic
Title: U.F.Orb
Country: UK
Released: 06 Jul 1992
Style: House, Dub, Ambient
MP3 album: 2389 mb
FLAC album: 2072 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 053
Source: CD, Album
№ Cat: BLRCD 18, 513 749-2
Label: Big Life, WAU! Mr. Modo Recordings

Is it wanky to say this album gives "spiritual experience"? I've sat in a field in Oxfordshire looking at the stars to this.
I was in the army in 1994. We were having "gines" for whole weekend. It was lazy Sunday afternoon after lunch. I was little tired of yesterday exercises we had, so I was laying on my bed. I was somewhere in the state between of awake and asleep having somekind of nice dreams. Ambient music was playing and I felt like I was in a trance. Finally I woke up totally when I heard "wake up, wake up, wake up" and I saw my roommate playing nice ambient music. It was this album. It was perfect music for the moment. The sample of "wake up" was in the beginning of track 6. My imagination added music into my dreams.

Later I had to buy this one. This must be one of the best ambient albums ever created. It has it all.