Category: Rock

I Like It - Moby - Hotel / Last Night (CD)

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  1. Moby told Uncut magazine February "I was maybe taking myself a little too seriously on the last record ('s Hotel).So Last Night is inspired by wanting to make a record that was more fun. It reminds me of when I started DJ'ing here in New York in the late '80s. You'd go out to a club and hear hip hop, punk, disco, house and reggae.".
  2. Hotel rarely shows, in any shape or form, traceable inspiration from the new wave and post-punk era Moby advertised as being in full effect. More surprising is that apart from the lovely ambient instrumentals that open and close it, the album is all valley and no peaks, suggesting that the shelving of his sampling device was the worst creative move he could've made.5/
  3. Multi-platinum artist Moby continues his tradition of making beautifully eclectic records with his incredible new CD hotel. The CD is his first studio record in two years, and unlike Play and 18, is sample free. Moby plays all the music on the album and sings throughout. Vocalist Laura Dawn adds some vibe to /5().
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  5. Last Night, an Album by Moby. Released 31 March on Mute (catalog no. CDSTUMM / ; CD).
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  7. Hotel, an Album by Moby. Released 14 March on Mute (catalog no. CDSTUMM; CD). Genres: Electronic, Pop. Featured peformers: Moby (producer, instruments, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, engineering, lead vocals), Brian Sperber (aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, engineering), Kurt Uenala (editing), Steef Van De Gevel (assistant engineer), Sean Gould (aka_text .
  8. Very well done! Thus, I recently noted his new "Last Night" CD release and saw it compared favorably to "Play." I had to have it. On first listen, I was struck with two things. First, Moby indicates (in the album notes) that the album is based on his 25 years of visiting New York nightspots and says the music is derived from that experience/5(90).