Moby : Extreme Ways

Over the top...

And so Moby’s multi-faceted weirdness continues apace. This month, is he going to be Gary Numan without (quite literally) the hair? The studied techno-rock boffin we all know and love from a thousand adverts and ‘funky’ office receptions around the world? Or just a bloke who can’t quite believe his luck of recent years and, hey, who cares about the songs any more anyway? Strangely enough, ‘Extreme Ways’ features a disco-inspired, keyboard-swirling bass line that wouldn’t be out of place on a The Charlatans track, but it’s ruined by Moby tediously droning "Oh baby, then it fell apart... like it always does" over the top. We couldn’t have put it better ourselves.



Siobhan Grogan

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