Moby - Last Night Remixed
NME.COM feature on Moby - Last Night Remixed album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 03 November 2008
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Moby - Last Night Remixed: Wikipedia Album Entry
So now it's the turn of the new breed to turn their hand to Moby's own music. Released on 3rd November 2008, the cream of the current electronic crop have all been enlisted to remix tracks from 'Last Night', which is surely the most disco Moby album this decade. Indeed, rather than the tech/house style re-rubs of previous records, the new mixes all share an uplifting electro-disco sound that has seen a shift from 'Hotel' back to the discotheque. Indeed, The Freemasons remix of 'Disco Lies' was a hit for everyone from Pete Tong (who opened his show with the mix at the start of August) to Dave Spoon and Carl Cox. It's probably the album's biggest anthem.
But it's far from the only highlight here. 'I Love To Move In Here' has been remixed by New York disco-punk outfit Holy Ghost!, French producer Kris Menace takes on 'Ooh Yeah', German electro producer Tocadisco suggests we 'Live For Tomorrow', The Shapeshifters remake 'I'm In Love' and Seamus Haji brings his typically frenetic beats to 'I Love To Move In Here'. Elsewhere, you'll find bass-driven club mixes from Brooklyn newcomers Drop The Lime, breaks don General Midi, Dutch producer Mason and Sheffield's own D Ramirez.
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