Echo Orbiter | Snowglobe Catastrophe (Unreleased Tracks, Vol. 10)

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Snowglobe Catastrophe (Unreleased Tracks, Vol. 10)

by Echo Orbiter

Unused tracks from the "The Khyber Passed" sessions.
Genre: Avant Garde: Psychedelia
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1. Come In, Come In; Roger That
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2. Return To Spring
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3. Snowglobe Catastophe
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3:14 $0.89
4. Olive Tree Hideout
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5. Sarah, It's A Damn Shame
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6. Transmission; OK
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Album Notes
“Splendid old school charms…” - SPIN

"Widely considered two of the most inventive songwriters on the scene, and one of the most singular sounds the scene, and the city, has to offer." – PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY

"The bottom line is... these guys can really write songs. Highest Recommendation." – AURAL INNOVATIONS

"A wondrous, melody-packed celebration of unfettered creativity." – ERASING CLOUDS

"It is clear that the Echo Orbiter's musical confidence continues to grow. Their upbeat style of modern playful and chaotic pop continues to turn heads." – ALL MUSIC GUIDE

"This group of artists presents something very promising for the indie community, not just around Philadelphia, but the globe." – SPECK MAGAZINE

"There doing some really creative work out there. Fun, catchy and quite progressive, the Echo Orbiter is one of those bands we should all probably respect and admire." – ACTION ATTACK HELICOPTER

"Catchy and energetic tunes. Echo Orbiter proved that there is promise!" – THEME STREAM PREVIEW

"The variety of styles that the band does is just mind boggling. This is a talented group of musicians." – MUSIC EMISSIONS

"The songs have a freshness to them, and Justin seems to do it so effortlessly. The feeling that you get from listening to the Orbiter is that of everything being alright, which is something that all good music provides, it has the power to turn your day around." – THE RUTGERS GLEANER

"Gotta love these basement psychonauts. Creating art that is pedantically alienated from the context of daily life." – YOUR FLESH

"The Orbiter winds its way through a consistent incorporation of pleasingly-textured pop tunes." – SPLENDID E-ZINE


"A new twist to new pop, and a lovely racket indeed." – INK 19

"Justin Emerle combines [influences] to create a complex layering of sounds with the ability to wisk you off to this other world. A fine band, with a lot of promise, proving that perseverance and hard work can amount to something in the world of independent music." – TANGZINE

"If you consider yourself an eclectic music lover, we suggest you add this one to the mix and you'll be the envy of all your music-loving buddies." – IN MUSIC WE TRUST

"Great songs, good production, and nifty artwork. What more can you ask for? Do yourself a favor and pick up a copy." – BEE’S KNEES

"Echo Orbiter creates tapestries of music. The planet needs more of the Echo Orbiter for years to come." – ROCKPILE MAGAZINE


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