Picture the scene; it's the late 80s, and on a stage in the Top of the Pops studio, stands a very tall, bald woman, with facial piercings. She's twirling those new-age metal balls in the palm of one hand.

This is Opus 3, and she is singing "It's a fine day", which not long after, Orbital sampled, to become Halcyon.

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