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Clean Plate 38

Released on January 18, 2005

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This much anticipated release fully documents all of Orchid's hard to find old singles, splits, compilation tracks and one unreleased song in one convenient package. A total of 24 re-mastered tracks, unavailable on CD until now, sound their best ever and are accompianied by a 20 page booklet of record art and photos. Finally, everyone can have a complete Orchid collection. Packaged in hand stamped red cases.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 New Ideas In Mathematics Voted #2  21%
2 Beautification Committee  0%
3 Ding Dong Dead  0%
4 Mon Vs. Stereo  0%
5 Lucky 13  0%
6 Intelligable Audio  0%
7 She Has A Cold, Cold Heart  4%
8 Eye Gouger Voted #1  25%
9 Panopticism Voted #3  17%
10 Mean S.O.B.  0%
11 36 Day Syndrome  4%
12 O.S.K.  0%
13 Stagnant  0%
14 Hit The Ground  13%
15 Consumed  0%
16 A Written Apology  0%
17 Pledge  0%
18 The Easy One  0%
19 Angel  4%
20 Notes From A Smooth Talker  0%
21 T-120  0%
22 HalvingThe Bones  0%
23 September 18, 1998  0%
24 Weekend At The Fire Academy  13%
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Dave from Guelph, ON Canada 
Jan 22 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

If you like Orchid, you'll love CD. The only track I already had was the real version of one of these demo songs. Other than that this was like a new full length for me. Unfortunately it is their weakest material when compared to their 3 full lengths, but this is still great late 90s screamo from this quintiessential band. Great packaging too!

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Brian from Charlotte, NC 
Nov 29 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fast/offbeat drumming. Throat shredding vocals. Riffs like you can't imagine. It's an Orchid compilation to complete you collection. Get it.

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Daniel from Duluth, MN 
Sep 19 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Orchid was one of the best bands in the genre formerly known as "Screamo" (aka before the Used)

This collection of Orchid's early 7"'s and other various tracks is possibly the best item on Orchid's catalouge. The album is very frentic and well LOUD...the sound is much more chaotic then their later collection album Gatefold, so depending on your preference you may like one of them better...but then again THIS IS FUCKING ORCHID

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Kathleen from Warwick, NY 
Jun 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd isn't quite as good as "Dance Tonight! Revoloution Tomorrow!/ Chaos Is Me" or the gatefold one, but it's still some of the best music I've heard. All the songs are really good, especially "Eye Gouger" and "Panoptism" or however you spell that. The only songs that I think aren't really as good are the ones from the split with Pig Destroyer, but they're still damn good. If you like Orchid you should definatly get this.

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John from Wilmington, DE 
Apr 17 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Everything on here is amazing. I could write some long and pretentious review about this band's evolution and their contributions to music, but I'll spare everyone and just say that this shit is manditory. The tracks from the Jerome's Dream and Red Scare splits are some of their best, and the alternative version of "Weekend at the Fire Academy" is enough reason to buy this anyways.

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Enrico from London, United Kingdom 
Feb 23 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's Orchid, so everybody knows. I wanted to write this review 'cause to me this band has been a big thing. They swept everything away for me. Years of inconsequential groups, before Orchid, and ahead of them, more to come.

This band wrote the bible I guess, which is to say millions of bands after them insisted on doing the same thing, ending up sounding silly, unable to pull it off as sharply and thus being an unnecessary nag and making the world yawn.

Orchid were a real punch in the stomach: self combusted chaos, still everything in the right fucking place. The lyrics were perfect, the melodies were perfect and the sense of pathos, so intense in every tune they played. And that voice! Furious, cathartic, system-cleansing, unique: Orchid.

The day that you feel like telling the world to fuck off play "Hit The Ground". I doff my cap and kneel down. You should do the same. A group like this won't come out for other 15 years.

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