O.R.B - The Space Between album download
|A1||Space Between The Planets|
|A2||I Want What I Want|
|B1||Glitch In The Sky Matrix|
|B3a||I. Dragon Fruit|
|B3b||II. Rock Melon|
|B3c||III. Jazz Apple|
NotesLimited to 1,000 units on orange and red smoke vinyl: this is the "Blood Moon" variant.
First press also available in "Bone-Water-Blood" and "Silverfern" variants.
Sleeve printed on 350gsm reverse board, includes download code and single-sided 2x12" fold-out poster of band.
Issued in poly outer sleeve with hype sticker citing colour variant of vinyl.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Barcode sticker on poly bag): 9 332727 052156
|FLT-041||O.R.B*||The Space Between (LP, Album, Ltd, Sil)||Flightless||FLT-041||Australia||2018|
|FLT-041||O.R.B*||The Space Between (LP, Album, Ltd, Hal)||Flightless||FLT-041||Australia||2019|
|FLT-041||O.R.B*||The Space Between (LP, Album, Ltd, Tri)||Flightless||FLT-041||Australia||2018|
The Space Between is the second studio album by Canadian R&B duo Majid Jordan, released on October 27, 2017, by OVO Sound and Warner Bros. It features guest appearances from OVO label-mates PartyNextDoor and Dvsn. The album's production was handled primarily by Majid Jordan, alongside Nineteen85 and Stargate. The tracklist was revealed on October 17, 2017.
Recorded 2017-2018 at Flightless HQ by Stu Mackenzie, additional overdubs by . Mixed by Stu Mackenzie, Mastered by Joe Carra at Crystal Mastering. All saxaphone by Stella Rennex, extra keys on 'Stonefruit III. Jazz Apple' by Stu Mackenzie. Artwork by Paris Richens.
The album I looked at it like a 50-minute song. So not one of the tracks should be skipped, Jordan said. This whole thing is seamless. I did all the transitions. It flows, you’re not supposed to know when track 3 ends and when track 4 finishes, Jordan said. It’s the space between. The first song all Ima say is you’re getting on the highway. It sounds like you’re getting on the highway.
Whilst ‘The Space Between Us’ is musically a band album, lyrically it is very much Daniel’s creation. The title refers to relationship travails that occurred throughout the writing and recording process, the break-up of one long term relationship and the failure of a second. Daniel’s take on the lyrics for the album was refreshingly brave: ‘The lyrics are more decipherable than last time, this is deliberate