Moby Vinyl, CD & tapes by Moby at Norman Records

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All Visible Objects

A new Moby album - All Visible Objects -- you know what to expect. The big thing here, as with all Moby’s work for the past decade, is that he is donating every single penny of profit from album sales to various animal rights, environmental and humanitarian charities. A full list of the charities benefitting are available to read in the press release. 

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Play

Moby’s Play is renowned for being the first album ever to totally sell-out, in that every last one of its 18 tracks was licensed for commercial use in ads and films. Given that level of exposure you may know all the tunes here anyway, but in case you want to treat them to a proper listening experience, here is a 2LP reissue on 180g vinyl. On Mute.

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Play: The B-Sides

First ever time on vinyl for this quality collection of B-sides from Moby’s globe-straddling Play era. Eleven cuts that might not be familiar if you weren’t scooping up all the Play singles at the time, and on coloured vinyl too! Limited edition pressing of just 1000 copies, via Moby’s own Little Idiot label concern.

Moby & The Void Pacific Choir
Are You Lost In The World Like Me

Four remixes of tracks taken from Moby & The Void Pacific Choir’s These Systems Are Failing album from 2016. Well, three remixes of the lead single Are You Lost In the World Like Me? By Nava Ryan, Zarva, and Moby himself and one remix of The Light Is Clear In My Eyes from Blanck Mass. Limited pressing on Little Idiot.

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Everything Is Wrong

Moby’s lesser-known third album Everything Is Wrong album receives its first vinyl release since it was originally out. Everything Is Wrong is very definitely a 90’s record (it was released in 1995), but there is still plenty to like about its high-energy pumping dance tracks. 180g vinyl reissue on Mute.

Moby & The Void Pacific Choir
More Fast Songs About The Apocalypse

Moby springs a surprise album on us all in the form of More Fast Songs About The Apocalypse, credited to Moby & The Void Pacific Choir. It is unclear at this point whether this is an actual group of collaborators of not (certainly, there aren’t that many choral arrangements here), but it certainly signifies a different approach to the traditional Moby style of funky electronica. Out on Little Idiot.

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Go Remixes

Rex The Dog and Woodtick both look back to Moby’s classic old tune Go, giving it a fresh spin of their own. These remixes of the famously Twin Peaks-sampling track add the kind of jump-up percussion and club vibes that Moby might have found harder to synch with adverts. 12” on Little Idiot, also featuring the original mix.

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Moby Remixes

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Moby & The Void Pacific Choir
The Systems Are Failing

Well, Moby’s back, and he’s pissed. His new incarnation with The Void Pacific Choir removes the pianos and string sections, and the down beat pleasantness. It seems angry, almost Gary Numan inspired electro punk. Huge pounding kick drums, overdriven beds of synths and near shouted, and preaching vocals. Moby’s taking a stand against the tide of forever young pop it seems.

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Music From Porcelain

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Animal Rights

Moby is best known for his electronica, but he’s always also been a massive fan of hardcore, grunge, metal: all the heavy guitar genres. The only time that really surfaced in his recorded material was his 1996 fourth album Animal Rights, which is Moby in proper alt-rock mode. First time reissue, on 180g vinyl.

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Hotel Ambient

Hotel Ambient by Moby was originally released as bonus disc on the limited edition version of his 2005 album Hotel. This version has been expanded to include extra tracks and fully remastered. Hotel Ambient contains some of Moby’s best ambient material - music you can really get lost in. The album showcases Moby’s influences from modern classical pioneers such as Phillip Glass and Steve Reich and the godfather of ambient music, Brian Eno to the revolutionary Detroit techno of Derrick May and the IDM found on the Warp label’s roster in its early days.

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Innocents

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Moby & Mark Lanegan
The Lonely Night

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Pale Horses

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Destroyed

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Mistake

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Wait For Me

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Public Enemy & Moby
Make Love Fuck War

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Luke Slater, Moby, Howie B, Various
Wild Beats

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Extreme Ways

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Moby (featuring Kellis)
Honey

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