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Rushing - Moby - Play (CD, Album)

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  1. Consulta los créditos, las críticas y las canciones, y compra la edición de CD de Play en Discogs/5(15).
  2. Play is the fifth studio album by American electronica musician was released on May 17, by Mute and V2 fectiocadjdekacsuthupemigithatslack.coing of the album began in mid, following the release of his fourth album, Animal Rights (), which deviated from Moby's electronica style; his goal for Play was to return to this style of music. Originally intended to be his final record, the recording of Genre: Downtempo.
  3. Jun 02,  · Check out Rushing by Moby on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  4. May 29,  · This specific version is the original release of the album, featuring 'South Side' without the vocals of Gwen Stefani. She recorded the vocals over a year after the release of this album when the single was released. The album was then re-released with that newer version. Some Moby fans (including myself) prefer the original recording/5().
  5. Following a notorious flirtation with alternative rock, Moby returned to the electronic dance mainstream on the album I Like to 's Play, he made yet another leap back toward the electronica base that had passed him by during the mid-' first two tracks, "Honey" and "Find My Baby," weave short blues or gospel vocal samples around rather disinterested breakbeat techno.
  6. rows · Listen free to Moby – Play (Honey, Find My Baby and more). 18 tracks (). Play is the .
  7. A Play Moby hatodik nagylemeze.Míg Moby korábbi munkái az elektronikus dance műfajában értek el sikereket mind kritikai és kereskedelmi szempontból, addig a Play volt az első igazi sikere a pop műfajában. Az album megismertette Mobyt a tömegekkel nemcsak a kiadott kislemezein keresztül, hanem filmeken és reklámokon keresztül is.
  8. But then Moby went and sold out faster than emergency generators on Y2K. Almost every single track on “Play” was licensed for commercials, and the ubiquity of the music eventually made people’s ears turn elsewhere. In the spring of , I dusted off the CD and gave it another listen. Then track 6, a song called “Rushing”, came on.

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