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I went to see a movie today. Before it started (and before the manditory 15 minutes of advertising they make us sit through beforehand) there was piped chillout music.

The song playing when we sat down was a minimalistic piece consisting of a steady beat, with samples of (1) an adult male saying "orange", (2) some small children laughing, and (3) a female voice, possibly computer synthesized, counting upwards. Morgan pronounced it the most irritating song ever.

Of course, good luck googling for it with those lyrics. It's not driving me nuts trying to find out the name and artist. It could have been a compilation album they were playing - the next song was Moby's "Porcelain", but that's still not really a lot of help...

Posted January 3, 2005 6:56 PM


Good luck for it...
Please write back if you find it, because I've been looking for an ambient music for a very long time.

I had a copied cassette back in 1997-98 in which were a really beautiful track... it was a hunting sad piano piece with children laughing and playing in the background. And there were some deepened human voice. It has a really otherwordly feeling.

It could be an artist's album although it contains different tracks (ie. 2nd track was an mid tempo synth track, and there was a mid tempo thick bass tracks with bubling effect it was like sounding from underwater...) but they were mixed together and has similar feeling with nature sound in the background..

So if you found out who you heard please write it back.

That was the greatest ambient record

Posted by: T | August 20, 2005 11:29 PM

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