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Bassist Paul Webb and drummer Lee Harris were bandmates for a decade in the influential British band Talk Talk. A year after Talk Talk's final release -- 1992's critically acclaimed Laughing Stock -- Harris and Webb built a studio that they dubbed the Slug. Once the studio was up and running, the duo allowed a variety of musicians to come and improvise with them, using the resulting music as source material to create the music heard on .O.Rang's albums. The band's recorded debut was the EP Spoor (1994) followed by two full-lengths, Herd of Instinct (1995) and Fields and Waves (1996). The albums were originally released on Echo Records, followed in 1997 by Remixes. .O.Rang has featured Webb and Harris on a variety of instruments, incorporating dub rhythms, various percussion, and thickly layered atmospherics to create a version of avant-rock music that was highly praised by publications such as The Wire, The Times of London, and Melody Maker.
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