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Shuriken Series Vol 1
Shuriken Series Vol 1 (limited green vinyl 12")
Cat: SHA 143. Rel: 08 Jan 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Document One - "LSD" (4:09)
  2. GLXY & DRS - "These Lights" (5:24)
  3. Moby - "Porcelain" (Pola & Bryson remix) (5:29)
  4. Serum, Paul T & Edward Oberon - "Burning" (5:58)
Review: Friction's Shogun imprint launch the Shuriken series; a deep dig into the vaults to give select tracks a little vinyl spotlight. Limited and not to be repressed, the inaugural volume is packed with four thick slabs of Shogun's broad pie on a delicious green 12" platter; Document One's unique bass tripper "LSD", GLXY & DRS's introspective "These Lights", Pola & Bryson's starlit take on "Porcelain" and the evergreen soulful wobbler "Burning" from the dream trio that is Serum, Paul T & Edward Oberon all map out the label's breadth and extremities with precision.
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Slipping Away
Cat: 12MUTE 365. Rel: 20 Jan 06
Funky/Club House
  1. Slipping Away (Axwell vocal mix)
  2. Where You End (Tiga's All I Need Is To Be Dubbed mix)
Review: Huge single resung by French actress/singer/model Mylene Farmer, already a top 10 hit in France.
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Slipping Away
Slipping Away (1st CD single)
Cat: CDMUTE 365. Rel: 20 Jan 06
Funky/Club House
  1. Slipping Away (single version)
  2. Slipping Away (Mhc radio edit)
Review: Huge single resung by French actress/singer/model Mylene Farmer, already a top 10 hit in France.
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Slipping Away
Slipping Away (2nd CD single)
Cat: LCDMUTE 365. Rel: 20 Jan 06
Funky/Club House
  1. Slipping Away (Axwell vocal mix)
  2. Slipping Away (Axwell instrumental mix)
  3. Slipping Away (Mhc extended remix)
  4. Slipping Away (Focus People That Slip remix by Mathew Jonson)
  5. Slipping Away (Zloot remix)
Review: Huge single resung by French actress/singer/model Mylene Farmer, already a top 10 hit in France.
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Slipping Away
Slipping Away (double 12" promo)
Cat: EMI 3529151/P12MUTE 365. Rel: 08 Feb 06
Funky/Club House
  1. Slipping Away (Axwell vocal mix)
  2. Slipping Away (MHC extended remix)
  3. Where You End (Tiga's All I Need Is To Be Sampled mix)
  4. Slipping Away (Mathew Jonson's People That Slop remix)
Review: Huge single resung by French actress/singer/model Mylene Farmer, already a top 10 hit in France.
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Moby: Destroyed
Moby: Destroyed (128 page hardback book + CD)
Cat: MOBYBOOK. Rel: 13 May 11
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. The Broken Places
  2. Be The One
  3. Sevastopol
  4. The Low Hum
  5. Rockets
  6. The Day
  7. Lie Down In Darkness
  8. Victoria Lucas
  9. After
  10. Blue Moon
  11. The Right Thing
  12. Stella Maris
  13. The Violent Bear It Away
  14. Lacrimae
  15. When You Are Old
Review: Like no other music of its era, Moby's oceanic, bluesy electronica has summed up the millennial turn's rootless melancholia, in massive worldwide hits like Porcelain, Natural Blues and Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? His 1999 album Play sold over ten million copies and converted a whole generation to electronic dance music. With Destroyed, Moby has created a visual analogue to his gorgeous soundworld.

The photographs in this volume record the sizeable portion of his life that is spent shuttling from plane to bus to venue to stage to party to hotel room to oblivion. I hope that somehow in these pictures, Moby writes, I'm able to convey the mundanity of touring, juxtaposed with those moments of the strange and/or sublime. One minute on tour you're by yourself in a soulless airport, the next minute you're flying over the most beautiful landscapes on the planet. One minute on tour you're by yourself in a soulless backstage area, the next minute you're on stage pouring your heart out to 75000 people. Touring is all contrasts and strangeness, and that's what I'm trying to convey in these pictures. The 60 photographs in Moby: Destroyed accordingly veer from crowdedness to isolation, capturing the extremes of a life lived on the road. Also included is Moby's new album of the same name.

Richard Hall, aka Moby, was born in Harlem, New York City, in 1965. Having studied classical guitar, piano and drums as a child, and after stints in various punk bands, he debuted in the early 1990s alongside Orbital, The Prodigy and Aphex Twin, as a representative of a new generation in electronica, emerging from Ambient House and Techno, and foreshadowing Trip Hop. Moby's bestselling 1999 album Play propelled him to worldwide fame; its successor, 18 (2002), earned gold and platinum awards in over 30 countries. Already famous for his veganism, Moby made his authorial debut in March 2010 as a contributor to Gristle: From Factory Farms to Food Safety, a collection of essays on the dangers of eating meat.
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Go - The Very Best Of Moby (remixes)
Cat: XCDMUTEL 14. Rel: 02 Mar 07
Funky/Club House
  1. Natural Blues (Katcha remix)
  2. Go (Vitalic remix)
  3. In My Heart (Sandy Rivera mix)
  4. Slipping Away (Crier La Vie) (with Mylene Farmer - Manhattan Clique club mix)
  5. New York New York (feat Debbie Harry - Armand Van Helden long version)
  6. Bodyrock (Olav Basoski's Da Hot Funk Da Freak Funk remix)
  7. Raining Again (Steve Angello's vocal mix)
  8. Porcelain (Murk remix)
  9. Lift Me Up (Mylo mix)
  10. In This World (Push vocal club mix)
  11. Honey (Rollo & Sister Bliss remix)
  12. Beautiful (Benny Benassi remix)
  13. In My Heart (Manhattan Clique remix)
  14. We Are All Made Of Stars (Bob Sinclar main vocal mix)
  15. Go (Trentemoller remix)
  16. James Bond Theme (Moby's re-version - CJ Bolland mix)
  17. Feeling So Real (Old Skool mix)
  18. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? (Ferry Corsten remix)
Review: Discover Moby's hits revisited by the greatest remixers: Mylo, Vitalic, Trentemoller, Benni Benassi, Bob Sinclar and more.
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Hotel: Ambient
Cat: IDIOT 030CD. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Ambient/Drone
  1. Swear
  2. Snowball
  3. Blue Paper
  4. Homeward Angel (long)
  5. Chord Sounds
  6. Not Sensitive
  7. Lilly
  8. May 04 Two
  9. The Come Down
  10. Overlands
  11. Live Forever
  12. Aerial
  13. Spaired Long
  14. Live Forever (long)
Review: Throughout his career, Moby has shown a keen dedication to the ambient cause. He released his first beatless full-length in 1993, and ever since has sporadically released ambient interpretations of his work. Hotel: Ambient remains one of the stronger examples of this continuing trend. First released in 2005, a few months after the so-so Hotel set, the two-disc set is attractive, dreamy and impeccably produced, with each track offering a swirling, cinematic re-build of its' source material. In some ways, the album felt out of step with electronic music trends on its' initial release - the chill-out revolution of the '90s having long since passed - but now feels strangely on-point. It remains an evocative, calming listen.
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Porcelain Remixes (Record Store Day 2017)
Cat: ROCKRSD 025. Rel: 03 May 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Porcelain (Timo Maas & James Teej Broken China dub) (9:14)
  2. Porcelain (Sebastian Mullaert Transformation mix) (12:59)
Review: Record Store Day 2017 is sure bringing some interesting surprises. Other than the fact that American pop-tronica legend Moby is getting one of his biggest mainstream hits reworked by some of the key players of the underground, the collaborations are interesting too. To make our our point: German techno legend and the man behind the legendary and 'wompy' "Dooms Night" remix (among other things) Timo Maas teams up with My Favorite Robot alumnus James Teej on a remix of "Porcelain". Keeping up with contemporary trends, they swap 'womp' for some 'wonk' that would make even the Life & Death crew stand up and notice on this brooding journey track, which is optimised for proper dancefloor drama. The well known piano solo and symphony section make their dramatic entrance into the track at just the right time. On the flip Swedish hypnotic techno hero Sebastian Mullaert appears, would you believe: his rendition is equally as worthy an effort which makes for a great revision of this classic but not what you'd usually expect from him either.
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Suara remixes
Cat: SUARA 262. Rel: 12 Apr 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Go (Victor Ruiz remix) (9:15)
  2. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Oxia remix) (6:12)
  3. Porcelain (Julian Jeweil remix) (6:30)
  4. Natural Blues (Reinier Zonneveld Homage remix) (7:22)
Review: Spanish imprint Suara are a force to reckoned with at the moment and continue to bring the heat with his fine collection of remixes by US electronica icon Moby. Brazilian Victor Ruiz kicks off proceedings with his rendition of "Go" and he sure had his work cut our for him, trying his deft hand at such a defining rave classic: it's pretty good and gives a fresh perspective while staying true to the original. Also on the A side we've got French hero Oxia who stays on the same vibe as the original with his deep and emotive rendition of "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad". On the flip, the m_nus affiliated Julian Juweil delivers an absolutely stomping peak time weapon with his version of "Porcelain" which blows the bloody doors off as always. Reinier Zonneveld's homage to "Natural Blues" goes for some sunny uplifting deep house: Kater Blau style.
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Everyday It's 1989
Cat: 12MUTE 303. Rel: 07 Dec 07
Funky/Club House
  1. Everyday It's 1989
  2. The Stars
Review: "Everyday It's 1989" is a taster for what's to come from Moby in 2008. Only 900 copies pressed! Don't sleep on it.
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Music From Porcelain
Cat: IDIOT 45. Rel: 15 Aug 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Go (Woodtick remix) (3:36)
  2. Feeling So Real (3:21)
  3. Porcelain (4:00)
  4. Natural Blues (4:12)
Review: Released as a complement to the somewhat juicy autobiographical account his life up until 1999, Moby has compiled some of the most stirring songs of that era. The full album contains 29 tracks - 15 of his own and 14 iconic tracks of the time. This special limited 10", however, just focuses on four of Moby's personal greats; the Twin Peaks-sampling iconic ravelet "Go" takes the lead before his classic happy hardcore rave blunderbuss "Feeling So Real" shreds up the dance. Flip for two of Play's many matchless success; the trembling pianos and hushed emotion of "Porcelain" and the turn-of-the-century gospel life affirmer "Natural Blues". Read the book, listen to the music, take time to salute a genuinely unique and innovative creator.
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The Remixes Part 2
Cat: DC 1642. Rel: 18 Jan 17
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Enrico Sangiuliano remix) (7:17)
  2. Go (Manic Brothers remix) (9:09)
Review: Moby's back catalogue has been reworked rather a lot lately, with Drumcode following the lead of 2DIY4 in releasing a string of contemporary remixes of the Vegan beat-smith's classic productions. This 12" - the second of four the Swedish imprint is releasing - begins with a storming version of "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad" by Enrico Sanguilano. It makes good use of the original's famous vocal sample, working it into a banging techno track that looks to the riff-heavy world of trance for inspiration. On the flip, the Manic Brothers offer their interpretation of "Go", combining the original's evocative chords and vocal samples with heavy new techno beats.
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The Remixes Part 1
Cat: DC 1641. Rel: 18 Jan 17
Techno
  1. Porcelain (Luca Agnelli remix) (7:55)
  2. Go (Bart Skils remix) (9:10)
Review: Swedish techno megalith Drumcode has decided to breathe new life into the back catalogue of veteran New York producer Moby. This 12" is the first of four due in coming weeks, all of which boast fresh interpretations of classic tracks. On the A-side, Luca Angelli offers his take on "Porcelain", combining Moby's evocative chord progressions and twinkling pianos with banging new techno drums and stabbing electronics. Dutch DJ Bart Skills handles the B-side, offering a rolling, atmospheric version of "Go" that makes the most of Moby's stretched-out chords (themselves famously sampled from the Twin Peaks soundtrack).
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The Remixes Part 3
Cat: DC 1643. Rel: 26 Jan 17
Techno
  1. Porcelain (Alan Fitzpatrick Late Night dub) (7:52)
  2. Go (Tiger Stripes White Tail remix) (7:08)
  3. Go (Tiger Stripes Black Lodge remix) (7:20)
Review: Following the release of his superb autobiography a year or two back - not to mention his recent "snub" of new U.S President Donald Trump - Moby has been back in the news. Crucially, his old records are making a return too, albeit in freshly remixed form. This third remix 12" from muscular Swedish techno types Drumcode boasts three more reworks of vintage floor-fillers. On the A-side, Alam Fitzpatrick re-imagines "Porcelain" as a Berlin style tech-house chugger, using Moby's original synths as a spine-tingling breakdown. On the flip, Tiger Stripes lays down two remixes of "Go". The 'White Tail Mix" is a thumping techno stomper with a buzzing breakdown, while the "Black Lodge Mix" is a bumpin' house re-shape.
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All Visible Objects
Cat: IDIOT 80CD. Rel: 15 May 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Morningside
  2. My Only Love
  3. Refuge
  4. One Last Time
  5. Power Is Taken
  6. Rise Up In Love
  7. Forever
  8. Too Much Change
  9. Separation
  10. Tecie
  11. All Visible Objects
Review: Moby seems to be getting nostalgic in his old age. Having spent much of the last 30 years releasing a mixture of ambient and downtempo beats, "All Visible Objects" sees the veteran New York producer step back towards the dancefloor. It was of course with house and techno that he made his name, and there are tracks on this album that either recall the ethereal, energy-packed quality of his early rave-era hits ("Go", "Move", "I Feel It", "Hymn" etc.) or musical styles born in the 1990s (trance, progressive house and so on). It's pretty forthright at times, with Moby's inclusion of socio-political messages - the money raised from sales of the album will be donated to a range of charities - adding an extra layer of intensity.

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All Visible Objects (B-STOCK)
All Visible Objects (B-STOCK) (gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP + booklet in embossed sleeve)
Cat: IDIOT 80X (B-STOCK). Rel: 15 May 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Morningside (5:27)
  2. My Only Love (5:45)
  3. Refuge (5:44)
  4. One Last Time (5:34)
  5. Power Is Taken (5:47)
  6. Rise Up In Love (5:45)
  7. Forever (5:16)
  8. Too Much Change (9:40)
  9. Separation (6:41)
  10. Tecie (7:33)
  11. All Visible Objects (9:15)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Sleeve damaged but otherwise in excellent condition***


Moby seems to be getting nostalgic in his old age. Having spent much of the last 30 years releasing a mixture of ambient and downtempo beats, "All Visible Objects" sees the veteran New York producer step back towards the dancefloor. It was of course with house and techno that he made his name, and there are tracks on this album that either recall the ethereal, energy-packed quality of his early rave-era hits ("Go", "Move", "I Feel It", "Hymn" etc.) or musical styles born in the 1990s (trance, progressive house and so on). It's pretty forthright at times, with Moby's inclusion of socio-political messages - the money raised from sales of the album will be donated to a range of charities - adding an extra layer of intensity.

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All Visible Objects
All Visible Objects (gatefold 2xLP + booklet in embossed sleeve)
Cat: IDIOT 80. Rel: 15 May 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Morningside (5:28)
  2. My Only Love (5:45)
  3. Refuge (5:45)
  4. One Last Time (5:33)
  5. Power Is Taken (5:47)
  6. Rise Up In Love (5:46)
  7. Forever (5:14)
  8. Too Much Change (9:41)
  9. Separation (6:39)
  10. Tecie (7:33)
  11. All Visible Objects (9:15)
Review: Moby seems to be getting nostalgic in his old age. Having spent much of the last 30 years releasing a mixture of ambient and downtempo beats, "All Visible Objects" sees the veteran New York producer step back towards the dancefloor. It was of course with house and techno that he made his name, and there are tracks on this album that either recall the ethereal, energy-packed quality of his early rave-era hits ("Go", "Move", "I Feel It", "Hymn" etc.) or musical styles born in the 1990s (trance, progressive house and so on). It's pretty forthright at times, with Moby's inclusion of socio-political messages - the money raised from sales of the album will be donated to a range of charities - adding an extra layer of intensity.

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All Visible Objects
All Visible Objects (gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP + booklet in embossed sleeve)
Cat: IDIOT 80X. Rel: 15 May 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Morningside (5:27)
  2. My Only Love (5:45)
  3. Refuge (5:44)
  4. One Last Time (5:34)
  5. Power Is Taken (5:47)
  6. Rise Up In Love (5:45)
  7. Forever (5:16)
  8. Too Much Change (9:40)
  9. Separation (6:41)
  10. Tecie (7:33)
  11. All Visible Objects (9:15)
Review: Moby seems to be getting nostalgic in his old age. Having spent much of the last 30 years releasing a mixture of ambient and downtempo beats, "All Visible Objects" sees the veteran New York producer step back towards the dancefloor. It was of course with house and techno that he made his name, and there are tracks on this album that either recall the ethereal, energy-packed quality of his early rave-era hits ("Go", "Move", "I Feel It", "Hymn" etc.) or musical styles born in the 1990s (trance, progressive house and so on). It's pretty forthright at times, with Moby's inclusion of socio-political messages - the money raised from sales of the album will be donated to a range of charities - adding an extra layer of intensity.

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New York New York
Cat: 12MUTE 371. Rel: 24 Oct 06
Funky/Club House
  1. New York New York (feat Debbie Harry - Armand Van Helden long version)
  2. Go (Trentmoller remix)
Review: This brand new track is taken from the forthcoming "Go - The Very Best Of" and features Debbie Harry on vocals. 12" includes mixes by Armand Van Helden and Trentemoller.
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out of stock $4.35
New York New York
New York New York (1st CD single)
Cat: CDMUTE 371. Rel: 27 Oct 06
Funky/Club House
  1. New York New York (feat Debbie Harry - single version)
  2. Go (Trentmoller remix edit)
Review: This brand new track is taken from the forthcoming "Go - The Very Best Of" and features Debbie Harry on vocals. 12" includes mixes by Armand Van Helden and Trentemoller.
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New York New York
New York New York (2nd CD single)
Cat: LCDMUTE 371. Rel: 31 Oct 06
Funky/Club House
  1. New York New York (Armand Van Helden long version)
  2. New York New York (Tocadisco's NYPD mix)
  3. New York New York (Emperor Machine extended mix)
  4. New York New York (Radio Slave's Not Long Now remix)
  5. New York New York (U-MYX enhanced CD)
Review: This brand new track is taken from the forthcoming "Go - The Very Best Of" and features Debbie Harry on vocals. 12" includes mixes by Armand Van Helden and Trentemoller.
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out of stock $3.27
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