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  • Mejind says:
    Jul 03,  · This album is a departure from Moby's earlier work, very slow and thoughtful. Most of the tracks feature samples of a gospel choir from a bunch of cassettes Moby bought when he visited the south. I think its okay for a listen now and then, but its not my favorite stuff/5().
  • Gardatilar says:
    Honey, Find My Baby, Porcelain, Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?, South Side, Rushing, Bodyrock, Natural Blues, Machete, 7, Run On, Down Slow, If Things Were Perfect.
  • Tojazuru says:
    Moby, Soundtrack: The Saint. Richard Melville Hall was born September 11, , in the Manhattan, New York City, in the Harlem neighborhood to Elizabeth McBride (née Warner) and James Frederick Hall. His mother was a medical secretary and his father a professor of chemistry. The nickname Moby was assigned by his father, and was a reference to the book "Moby-Dick". Moby Born: Sep 11,
  • Tuzshura says:
    Moby - Listen to Moby on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends. From underground techno DJ and punk rock activist to blues-sampling chart-topping pop star, Moby's career is known for being varied.
  • Brarisar says:
    South Side – Live at the Village on KCRW Subscribe. Journal; News; Discography; Videos; Photos; Long Ambients.
  • Kigajas says:
    Jan 17,  · Moby himself sings on a few tracks (the lush 'Porcelain', the pensive 'The Sky Is Broken'), and there are even some near-ambient experiments (the sombre 'Guitar, Flute & String'). Unfortunately every single track on the album was eventually licensed for commercial advertisements, so many of these tracks have lost their initial impact/5().
  • Kajimi says:
    Sep 20,  · The album introduced Moby to a worldwide mainstream audience, not only through a large number of hit singles but also through unprecedented licensing of his music in films, television and commercial advertisements, making Play one of the most commercially licensed albums ever produced/5().

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