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In Orbit Import

4.6 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Intro
  2. Cry For You
  3. Looking For Love
  4. Satellites
  5. Flowers On The Grave
  6. It Doesn't Matter
  7. Sacrifice
  8. Good Times
  9. Midnight Heartache
  10. Sound Memory
  11. End Of The Rainbow


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 7, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B000BU2JRQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,619 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Benjamin Norman on April 18, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I had unknowingly already heard of September when I listened to Robbins' "Dance Party like it's 2006" compilation, which features "Satellites". I didn't know I would come to love the song at the time, but upon reflection, I can say that I enjoyed it even then.

This album is really hard to dislike. It doesn't have the obnoxious, repetetive, neverending beats like Cascada, or the whiny voice of Edmee' in DHT. The beats and melodies are all blended rather well, and the singer's voice is strong and very very easy to enjoy. At no point in this album does September take themselves too seriously, and that is HUGELY important in any genre, but definitely in dance.

"Satellites", the song everyone should know, is more electro than anything else, but I could see where people would get disco and house from. It's very poppy, and a wonderful song. "Flowers on the Grave" is one of the slower songs, still beautiful, still a great listen. "It Doesn't Matter" is more of a disco song, featuring some guitars thrown in with the "shake your ass like you just don't care" dance beats.

A previous reviewer said that "Midnight Heartache" sounded familiar. This is because the song features a "Bette Davis Eyes" sample as the musical background. Also, Mylo used the same sample for his "In Your Arms" song. September treats the music as a canvas, and they paint quite a song overtop of it. "Midnight Heartache" is one of my favorites. "Sacrifice" is your typical dance-pop fare, but again those vocals are amazing and they drag you by the ear drum.

All in all, I highly recommend this to anyone with an ear for gorgeous female vocals, or for a penchant to dance. This will not disappoint.
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this cd was worth every penny i paid for it. it is a very uplifting album. lots of catchy tunes. "end of the rainbow" starts off with a ballad like intro and turns into one of the best dance tracks on the album. the highlights of this album for me are "flowers on the grave", the most beautiful break up song i have ever heard. her vocals are haunting and sound like she's singing with a broken heart. the other highlight is the feel good song of the year, "satellites". that song can take me from feeling miserable to actually smiling and making me feel good about everything that may be going wrong.--while im dancing--.

for the most part, this album has a disco/pop feel to it. there's a few trancy songs as well. also included is one ballad.

"satelittes" is suppose to be released as a single by robbins ent. in the usa. if you've heard it and you likes it, then i highly recomend this cd. it is that good.
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From the moment you start the first track to the last you are hooked. The songs are infectious and the rythms have you wanting to dance. You can't help but to sing along and move to the beat. It was by chance that I came across hearing satellites and I was hooked in an instant. If you like fresh music with a twist of disco and dance-pop than you can't go wrong with this CD. You will not be dissapointed.

This CD has it all! Well produced, great lyrics, and fantastic voice!
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21 year old Petra Marklund has recorded what could be a very good contender for pop album of the year and dance album of the year of 2006. I discovered this artist by recommendation and I am tickled.

This album has the disctinctive Swedish pop sound which I looove. At the same time she has a disco sound going on. The well produced beats and instrumentation provide great foil to Petra's powerful vocals. It's refreshing for a female singer to have a strong voice in dance music.

"Satellites" the obvious hit off the album is dance-pop perfection. Think A* Teens meets old-school Britney Spears but with stronger vocals. It is the strongest and might be the best track on the album but each track is a winner. Some tracks are growers but giving them time their greatness will sink in.

"Looking for Love" has a blatant disco sound but it's much better than the crap that permeates our ears and brains. The general American public has really bad taste in music. In Europe, namely Scandinavia. They know good music and know how to make it. I am thankful to have discovered this artist.

"Flowers on the Grave" is an above standard pop ballad. It's much better than what we are subject to day in and day out by American pop culture.

Other standout tracks include, "It Doesn't Matter", "Good Times" and "Midnight Tonight" It's nothing groundbreaking or necessarily new but it's not good. It's great.
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'In Orbit' is dance music, pure and simple. It doesn't try to be anything more than that, which is good - it doesn't have to be. September comes through in track after track with beautiful vocals and a strong, steady beat. I've listened to this CD many times since getting it, and I enjoy it every time.

If you listen to dance music at all, chances are you've already heard "Satellites" and "Cry for You," two of the standout singles from this album. Those songs were why I bought this CD, and they're as good as ever, but they're matched (and sometimes outdone) by the other tracks. The songs that really impressed me were "It Doesn't Matter," "Looking for Love," and "Sacrifice." In each song September's voice comes through like a clear crystal bell, accentuating rhythms that make you want to move.

I can put this CD on and whatever else I'm doing, I suddenly feel a little like I'm dancing the night (or day) away. What more can you ask for?
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