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1 review » I was at this dodgy free festival once and in general it was shaping up to be quite a miserable experience but it was fully redeemed by a storming Groop Dogdrill set and the fact that I saw Moby get the shite beaten out of him by some horrifically overzealous security guards at the height of his irritating powers. I don't mind him quite as much now but at the time it was piss funny.. Particularl ... »

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Pale Horses by Moby
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6/10 Brett Staff review, 25 June 2009
I was at this dodgy free festival once and in general it was shaping up to be quite a miserable experience but it was fully redeemed by a storming Groop Dogdrill set and the fact that I saw Moby get the shite beaten out of him by some horrifically overzealous security guards at the height of his irritating powers. I don't mind him quite as much now but at the time it was piss funny.. Particularly when he got back up on the stage, t-shirt in tatters, to whine on about his 'civil liberties'. I know I'm a horrible person but fuck it, it's Moby. So here he is with a new single called 'Pale Horses' and it's surprisingly decent.. Although we've just noticed that both sides of the 7" are remixes so that's probably why.. The Apparat one's by far the best, being a sort of ambient/dubstep hybrid that drifts along nicely, while the Ben Hoos one presumably sounds more like the original being all downbeat and coffee table with soully vocals and that.

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