Moby - I Like to Score
NME.COM feature on Moby - I Like to Score album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 21 October 1997
Moby has created an album full of saccharine strings, endless loops and narcoleptic synths.
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Moby - I Like to Score: Wikipedia Album Entry
I Like to Score is a 1997 compilation album by Moby, featuring electronica music that has appeared in various films. Every track on the album has appeared in films released in the 1990s, except for the song "Go."
In the United States, this was Moby's last album to appear on the Elektra record label, with the exception of Songs 1993-1998, which Elektra released in 2000. His successive albums would appear on the smaller V2 Records label.
Tracklist / Film
01. Novio / Double Tap
02. James Bond Theme (Moby's Re-Version) / Tomorrow Never Dies
03. Go / Features a sample of "Laura Palmer's Theme"
04. Ah-Ah / Cool World
05. I Like to Score / Double Tap
06. Oil 1 / The Saint
07. New Dawn Fades / Heat
08. God Moving Over the Face of the Waters / Heat
09. First Cool Hive / Scream
10. Nash / Double Tap
11. Love Theme / Joe's Apartment
12. Grace / Space Water Onion
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