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Sweet 16 - it’s 16 years to the day (or thereabouts) that Cloud 9 registered www.tribeworld.com on October 20th, 1998! The website didn’t go fully live till early 1999, in preparation for the broadcast of series 1 of The Tribe. The early site grew and grew, following the episodes being broadcast first in the UK and then around the world. Many memories and literally billions of hits later, thanks to everyone who has been a part of it, the website team, the cast who made so many live appearances, and of course the fans who have visited.

Sweet 16 - it’s 16 years to the day (or thereabouts) that Cloud 9 registered www.tribeworld.com on October 20th, 1998! The website didn’t go fully live till early 1999, in preparation for the broadcast of series 1 of The Tribe. The early site grew and grew, following the episodes being broadcast first in the UK and then around the world. Many memories and literally billions of hits later, thanks to everyone who has been a part of it, the website team, the cast who made so many live appearances, and of course the fans who have visited.

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The Spirit Symphony Audio CD
The ultimate collector’s item. This symphony was composed by creator and Executive Producer of The Tribe, Raymond Thompson and performed by The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. At times haunting, eerie or ethereal, the music is always evocative and features nine orchestral movements with a total running time of 60 minutes.  You will recognise some of the music as it was used in The Tribe television series.Available Here

The Spirit Symphony Audio CD
The ultimate collector’s item. This symphony was composed by creator and Executive Producer of The Tribe, Raymond Thompson and performed by The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. At times haunting, eerie or ethereal, the music is always evocative and features nine orchestral movements with a total running time of 60 minutes. You will recognise some of the music as it was used in The Tribe television series.
Available Here

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