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Making America Great Again...?

AwakeningMetallica

I have been listening to Moby since I saw him at a rave with the Prodigy in San Francisco in the mid-nineties before they went mainstream. If you are looking for house, ambient, or any of the other sub-genres he is noted for, you won't find it here. The only album in his back-catalog that packs this much animosity would have to be "Animal Rights!" If you are as frustrated as Moby about the current political situation, this and the first release with the Void Pacific Choir is for you. To get started, watch the videos "Are You Lost in the World Like Me?" and "In this Cold Place" to see if you are as upset as Moby. Music to mosh to, not for raves🔇!

About Moby & The Void Pacific Choir

A couple years after he released the predominantly downcast Innocents, Moby reappeared with new, fully energized material credited to Moby & the Void Pacific Choir. Maintaining his association with Daniel Miller's Mute label, Moby debuted his new project in 2015 with the rocker "The Light Is Clear in My Eyes" and the techno-gospel-flavored "Almost Loved," a pair of beefy, cathartic singles. That year, Moby & the Void Pacific Choir also helped close out Robin Schulz' album Sugar with "Moonlit Sky." After a series of "Almost Love" remixes were carried out by the likes of Monkey Safari and LO'99, an album from Moby & the Void Pacific Choir, titled These Systems Are Failing, arrived in 2016. ~ Andy Kellman

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