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Go - The Very Best of Moby

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Download links and information about Go - The Very Best of Moby by Moby. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Trance, Techno, Jazz, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative, Bop genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 02:18:37 minutes.

Artist: Moby
Release date: 2006
Genre: Electronica, House, Trance, Techno, Jazz, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative, Bop
Tracks: 27
Duration: 02:18:37
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Natural Blues 3:01
2. Go (2006) 4:22
3. Porcelain 3:30
4. We Are All Made of Stars 3:37
5. Dream About Me 3:23
6. New York, New York (feat. Debbie Harry) 4:27
7. In This World 3:26
8. South Side 3:49
9. Beautiful 3:12
10. Extreme Ways 3:31
11. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? 3:45
12. In My Heart 3:19
13. Honey 3:19
14. Lift Me Up 3:19
15. Feeling So Real (Live In London) 5:13
16. God Moving Over the Face of the Waters 5:45
17. Bodyrock (Olav Basoski’s Da Hot Funk Da Freak Funk Remix) 6:26
18. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? (Ferry Corsten Remix) 3:35
19. Natural Blues (Perfecto Dub) 7:54
20. South Side (Pete Heller Park Lane Dub) 9:33
21. We Are All Made of Stars (Timo Maas Vocal Remix) 7:01
22. Extreme Ways (DJ Tiësto's Vocal Remix) 7:14
23. Jam for the Ladies (Nevins Club Blaster Mix) 7:42
24. Lift Me Up (Mylo Mix) 6:41
25. Raining Again (Steve Angello’s Vocal Mix) 6:55
26. Dream About Me (Booka Shade Remix) 7:12
27. Slipping Away (Axwell Vocal Mix) 7:26

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Go: The Very Best of Moby is not the career-spanning compilation implied by its title. Instead, it's based around 1999's Play, 2002's 18, and 2005's Hotel, and it adds a handful of tracks in an attempt to entice fans who couldn't otherwise justify the purchase of a disc that relies on very recent and readily available material. (Hotel had only been out a year and a half when Go was released.) With the exception of Everything Is Wrong's ambient epic "God Moving Over the Face of the Waters," Anders Trentemøller's fresh mix of "Go," and a rough-sounding live version of "Feeling So Real," nothing here references Moby's output prior to Play. The one new track, "New York, New York," is a fun Giorgio Moroder-inspired throwaway featuring Debbie Harry. A bonus disc compiles 11 remixes, most of which will be mere curiosities to the average person with an interest in the first disc.