Moby - Go: The Very Best Of Moby (Disc 1)
NME.COM feature on Moby - Go: The Very Best Of Moby (Disc 1) album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Bald New Yorker's bland successor to 'Play'. Advertisers, form an orderly queue...
Ooh lordy, trouble's so hard when you've just sold 10 million copies of an album that was recorded for $250,000. When 'Play' was released in 1999, it seemed like merely the latest experiment in an eccentrically genre-hopping career which had seen Moby take in rave (his first hit 'Go!'), Italian House (1994's 'Everytime You Touch Me'),...
- May 7, 2002
Moby has created an album full of saccharine strings, endless loops and narcoleptic synths.
- Oct 18, 2013
Dance chameleon tries to shake off the branding
- Jun 23, 2009
...another monotonous, soul-sampling dirge from the world’s most odious vegan midget...
- Mar 12, 2003
'18' singer will remix 'Noah's Ark' from 'Twin Peaks' creator's debut album
Bill for month-long free event expands
Musician will play the Palace Theatre on November 15
Moby - Go: The Very Best Of Moby (Disc 1): Wikipedia Album Entry
Go – The Very Best of Moby is a compilation album by Moby, including one disc of hits and a second disc of remixes. The previously unreleased "New York, New York" featuring vocals by Debbie Harry, is also included in the release.
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