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Orbit Service

Orbit Service
Country
United States
Profile
Orbit Service is a psychedelic electronic band based in Denver, Colorado.
Website
http://orbitservice.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (5)
The Sevens Collective — A Too Much Divided Heart The Sevens Collective — A Too Much Divided Heart
(Beta-lactam Ring mt261, 2014, CD)
Orbit Service — A Calm Note from the West Orbit Service — A Calm Note from the West
(Beta-lactam Ring mt265a, 2011, CD)
Orbit Service — Songs of Eta Carinae Orbit Service — Songs of Eta Carinae
(Beta-lactam Ring mt100a, 2006, CD)
Orbit Service — Twilight Orbit Service — Twilight
(Beta-lactam Ring Helmet Room 783707889528, 2004, CD)
Orbit Service — Space and Valium Orbit Service — Space and Valium
(Dogfoot, 2001, CD)

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