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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Go - The Very Best Of Moby on Discogs. Label: Mute - XMUTEL14,Mute - • Series: 2CD+DVD • Format: CD Compilation, Enhanced CD Compilation DVD Compilation, DVD-Video, NTSC • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: House, Ambient, Drum n Bass, Techno, Trance /5(3).
  2. The newest collection from Moby consisits most of the singles that made airwaves and television in the late nineties til now. "Go: The Very Best of Moby" contains several songs from his last three albums- "Play," "18," and "Hotels"- in which I already own all three albums, and all are very excellent music achievements/5().
  3. Go: The Very Best of Moby is not the career-spanning compilation implied by its title. Instead, it's based around 's Play, 's 18, and '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 .
  4. companion CD to Go: The Very Best of Moby, the ultimate collection of this Techno artist's output to date. Rediscover Moby's hits, remixed and revisited by some of modern music's greatest mixers including Mylo ('Lift Me Up'), Ferry Corston ('Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?'), CJ Bolland ('James Bond Theme'), Rollo & Sister Bliss of Faithless ('Honey'), Armand Van /5(15).
  5. Go - the Very Best of Moby compiles 15 songs from Moby's unique back catalogue, including seminal tracks from the multi-million and multi-platinum selling albums Play and Album also contains brand new, previously unavailable song 'New /5().
  6. Go – The Very Best of Moby is a compilation album by Moby, including one disc of hits and a second disc of remixes. The previously unreleased "New York, New York" featuring vocals by Debbie Harry, is also included in the release. Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic Classic Rock Entertainment Weekly B– Pitchfork Media /10 Q Rolling Stone.
  7. Trentemøller produced a remix for Moby's compilation Go – The Very Best of Moby; on the UK version of the album, the I Like to Score mix of the song appears instead. Drum and bass group Fourward released a remix of the song on a Moby Remix sampler in
  8. Listen free to Moby – Go - The Very Best Of Moby (Natural Blues, Porcelain and more). 12 tracks (). Go – The Very Best of Moby is a compilation album by Moby, including one disc of hits and a second disc of (mainly) remixes. The previously unreleased "New York, New York" featuring vocals by Debbie Harry, is also included in the release.

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