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  1. Nim says:
    Jun 08,  · This was my first techno album. I remember watching the movie "Cool World" with Brad Pitt thanks to Ralph Bakshi's film for opening up a new world. By that film, I enjoyed Moby's tracks from the movie's "Songs from the Cool World" and I bought Moby's self-titled album/5().
  2. Fenrilrajas says:
    Get all the lyrics to songs on Moby and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  3. Tygora says:
    Moby is a man of impressive versatility. That being said, the results haven’t always been as astounding as his perseverance; case in point: his debut album. On the surface, it’s quite easy to visualize what Moby is shooting for, but the dearth of variety, something which now seems so ingrained in Moby’s DNA, reeks of single-mindedness.
  4. Mikatilar says:
    Moby Wikipedia article Album by Moby. Drop A Beat Everything Yeah Electricity Next Is The E Mercy Go Help Me To Believe Have You Seen My Baby? Ah Ah Slight Return Stream External links Amazon: buy Moby gukusgardamuroariufym.xyzinfo: search for Moby • Moby iTunes: buy Moby AllMusic: Moby Discogs: Moby MusicBrainz: Moby Spotify: Moby Released in Length: Genre: Electronic.
  5. Magrel says:
    Slight Return Moby. Album Moby. Slight Return Lyrics. Where did you go When things went wrong for you When the knives came out for you? Where did you go? All you needed was a friend.
  6. Mikajas says:
    Slight Return. Slight Return. Listen Now $ I left the CD (after all, stealing is wrong), but I always had that one song in my mind as the pinacle of Moby music. For anyone looking for a fresh Moby experience, this album may disappoint, but for pure techno connoisseurs, it's a nostalgic trip to the days when techno was for /5(24).
  7. Mok says:
    1) Drop a Beat 2) Everything 3) Yeah 4) Electricity 5) Next Is the E 6) Mercy 7) Go 8) Help Me to Believe 9) Have You Seen My Baby 10) Ah Ah 11) Slight Return.
  8. Yobar says:
    After recording a string of dance classics culminating with the pop hit "Go," Moby released his full-length debut balancing those songs with a few decidedly inventive album tracks. Moby's melodic sense developed much quicker than other early techno producers; despite the criticisms leveled at his later direction (or lack thereof), his first album is a masterpiece of challenging, unrepetitive.

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