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Ah-Ah - Moby - I Like To Score (New 2001)


2001
Label: Invisible Halahup - HH MC-136/20 • Format: Cassette Compilation, Stereo, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Electronic • Style: Techno, Downtempo, Ambient
Download Ah-Ah - Moby - I Like To Score (New 2001)

It's not entirely reflective of where I'm coming from right now" and that "the label had the legal right to put it out, the best thing for me to do is view Golden Penny - Wicked Tinkers - Whiskey Supper - Almost Live as more a retrospective and get on with my life".

The album was issued without Moby's cooperation. He went on to say:. The basic problem was that I had never wanted to put an album like this Ah-Ah - Moby - I Like To Score (New 2001). It was just a compilation with a few unreleased demos. Dance albums had always failed, I thought, because they didn't work over the full length of the record. Mostly they were singles collections which was exactly what I didn't want to do. At the time, the first Prodigy album Experience impressed me because they'd managed to create a full listening experience which encompassed various styles.

This was the kind of vision I had for my debut album. But Instinct insisted on putting Moby out. Which kind of upset me a lot. Byhowever, Moby had softened his stance on Moby and its Instinct Records-issued follow-up Ambient somewhat, stating that he "really like[d] them almost as odd time capsules". Credits for Moby adapted from album liner notes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Techno [1] [2]. Retrieved August 26, Christgau's Consumer Guide: Albums of the '90s.

Macmillan Publishers. Retrieved September 28, London: Ah-Ah - Moby - I Like To Score (New 2001) Guides. Retrieved June 2, Entertainment Weekly Retrieved October 11, Q : July In Brackett, Nathan; Hoard, Christian eds. Spin Alternative Record Guide.

Vintage Books. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Moby: Replay — His Life and Times. Olmstead Press. Retrieved July 18, Instinct Records. CS1 maint: others link. The End of Everything Baby Monkey. Hidden categories: CS1 Jungle Fever - How I Wish others Articles with short description Articles with hAudio microformats Track listings that use the collapsed parameter MusicBrainz release group same as Wikidata Articles with MusicBrainz release group links.

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8 thoughts on “ Ah-Ah - Moby - I Like To Score (New 2001)

  1. Moby was released by the New York-based independent label Instinct Records on July 27, In an interview with Billboard at the time of the album's release, Moby stated that "all the songs are at least a year old. It's not entirely reflective of where I'm coming from right now" and that "the label had the legal right to put it out, the best thing for me to do is view it as more a Genre: Techno.
  2. Oct 21,  · I Like To Score: Music From Films, Vol Moby October 21, Dance/Electronic ℗ Elektra Entertainment. 7. The actual discs are housed in 11 cardboard sleeves with new artwork not found on the original singles. $ No Roots [Japan Bonus Tracks] As of it has sold , copies in United States according to Nielsen /5(7).
  3. Moby: I Like To Score (New ) Ah-Ah was part of the film "Cool World." And, a nice ripping-good track, the James Bond Theme, can be heard as how Moby interprets it. This is a Moby effort that you can enjoy with your knowledge of films. Responder Notifique-me Helpful.
  4. Jun 22,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Moby - I Like To Score at Discogs. Complete your Moby collection/5().
  5. 4) Ah-Ah -- A song that first appeared on the Moby album. It was featured in the movie, Cool World. This version has been re-recorded and sounds 20 times better than what is on Moby. Another great techno track. 5) I Like to Score -- Another song that was in Double Tap and not /5(23).

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