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Moby Porcelain(Mute)

Moby







Porcelain(Mute)





Check out the quality of that upholstery. A fuel-injected, organically-grown, ethically-traded, five-star luxury product, this one, as the toast of dinner parties and 'cutting-edge' advertising agencies worldwide sacks the blues samples and does the Lordy-I'm-mournful vocals himself over tinkling classical piano and a smoochy approximation of 'Unfinished Sympathy'. No animals were harmed whilst listening to this record. Very nice. Oh, no coffee for me, thanks.



JOHN MULVEY

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