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Customer Reviews

Too good to be true!!

This album is great, but some tracks can be a bit slow. Of course this is coming from a person who loves the Propellerheads, Blue Man Group, and the James Bond Theme (on this album), so some may like the slower songs. Overall this is a great album, and definitely worth the price. Track 2 is my favorite.

God moving over water

If you did not see "HEAT" than you would not be able to understand this beat. However its really a deep movment, peaceful, almost a free fall. Moby is an interesting person, small amounts mixed into your day is good. Its worth a re-look. Yea its refreshed stuff, but now its a classic. Peace -

Just to clarify

this album was released in the mid-90's, but in march of this year on itunes. by far one of moby's best.


Born: September 11, 1965 in New York, NY [Harlem]

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Moby was one of the most controversial figures in techno music, alternately praised for bringing a face to the notoriously anonymous electronic genre and scorned by hordes of techno artists and fans for diluting and trivializing the form. In either case, Moby was one of the most important dance music figures of the early '90s, helping bring the music to a mainstream audience both in England and in America. Moby fused rapid disco beats with heavy distorted guitars, punk rhythms, and detailed productions...
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