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Morning Orbit

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Released  July 31, 2001
Label  EMI
Artist  David Usher
Producers  David Usher, Jeff Martin
Length  46:34
Morning Orbit (2001)  Hallucinations (2003)
Release date  31 July 2001
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Recorded  at Metalworks Studios in Mississauga, Ontario
Genres  Rock music, Pop music, Alternative rock, Pop rock
Awards  Juno Award for Pop Album of the Year
Similar  David Usher albums, Alternative rock albums

David usher how are you

Morning Orbit is the second solo album released by Canadian musician David Usher. It was released on July 31, 2001. The album was certified Platinum by the CRIA in April 2002.


Track listing

  1. "How Are You?"
  2. "Too Close to the Sun"
  3. "Black Black Heart"
  4. "Alone in the Universe"
  5. "Butterfly"
  6. "Joy in Small Places"
  7. "A Day in the Life"
  8. "My Way Out"
  9. "Blinded"
  10. "Fast Car"
  11. "Closer"
  12. "Black Black Heart 2.0 (Bonus Track)"

Disc 1

  1. "Alone in the Universe" (Thai version)
  2. "How Are You?" (Thai version)
  3. "Joy in Small Places"
  4. "Black Black Heart" (CHR mix)
  5. "Fast Car"
  6. "Butterfly"
  7. "Too Close to the Sun"
  8. "A Day in the Life"
  9. "Blinded"
  10. "My Way Out"
  11. "Closer"
  12. "Alone in the Universe"
  13. "How Are You?"
  14. "Black Black Heart 2.0"

Disc 2

  1. (Data track containing music videos for "Alone in the Universe," "My Way Out," "Black Black Heart" and "A Day in the Life"
  2. "My Way Out" (Thai version)
  3. "Alone in the Universe" (acoustic Thai version)
  4. "Black Black Heart" (acoustic)
  5. "My Way Out" (acoustic)


  • Morning Orbit was the winner of the 2002 Juno Award for Best Pop Album.
  • "Alone in the Universe" is featured on Big Shiny Tunes 6.
  • "Black Black Heart" won two MuchMusic Video Awards for Best Post-Production and Best Pop Video in 2002.
  • Songs

    1How Are You3:42
    2Too Close to the Sun3:55
    3Black Black Heart3:49


    Morning Orbit Wikipedia

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