What have you been listening to recently? - Moby - Animal Rights Interview (CD)


Download What have you been listening to recently? - Moby - Animal Rights Interview (CD)
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Label: Mute Records Ltd. - CD MOBY INT 2 • Format: CD Promo • Country: UK • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Interview


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  1. This limited promotional CD is an interview with Moby, split into 37 tracks. Only Moby can be heard, not the interviewer. The inside cover includes the list of questions, accompanied by the first few seconds' worth of Moby's responses.

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  2. I will keep this short, Animal Rights is Moby returning to his rock roots as a lot of these songs are punk-oriented. Not a lot of people had much respect for this album because it is so UP AND DOWN, which is true if you have the US version which contains a few tracks from the bonus CD that this version contains/5(51).

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  3. May 28,  · Animal Rights is anchored by a slightly de-fanged Mission of Burma cover ("That's When I Reach for My Revolver") and the nearly-industrial "Come On Baby," but these singles failed to help Moby find the mainstream rock audience that he thought might catapult him into the big leagues/5().

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  4. Animal Rights is the fourth studio album by American musician Moby, released on September 23, The album was a temporary style shift from the electronica music that Moby had previously released to an alternative rock sound influenced by the hardcore punk music that he had enjoyed as a teenager. The album was released to mediocre critical reviews and commercial supmebusdulelu.tuevidcomprapergecelirekalibcha.co: Alternative rock, hardcore punk, ambient.

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  5. Moby: Animal Rights ‎ (CD, Album, Promo) Elektra: P: US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Data Correct. Add to Collection /5(18).

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  6. The bonus CD is titled "Little Idiot". The catalogue number "LCDStumm" is printed on the spine, rear sleeve, a small sticker affixed to the front of the jewel case and the "Little idiot" bonus CD. "CDStumm" is printed on the "Animal Rights" CD which is identical to the CD .

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  7. Moby - Animal Rights music CD album at CD Universe, DISC 11, NOW I LET IT GO2, COME ON BABY3, SOMEONE TO LOVE4, HEAVY FLOW5, YOU6, MY LOVE WILL NEVER DIE7, SOFT8.

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  8. Animal Rights is Moby's fourth studio album, originally released on September 23, An album as chock full of guitars as this is a departure from the usual electronica Moby had become renowned for. Moby's venture into punk rock was in part the result of being disillusioned by the lack of positive media feedback received for his electronic /5(52).

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  9. Moby - Animal Rights Audio Preview As Moby said per wiki "please listen to animal rights in its entirety at least once." the album in it entirety is a masterpiece well ahead of it's time in terms of rawness, album flow and composition from beginning to end. If you have any interest in Moby, loud electric guitar riffs, and extreme.

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