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Moby - Live In Germany 2000 album download
Moby - Live In Germany 2000 album download
Performer: Moby
Title: Live In Germany 2000
Country: Europe
Released: 2000
Style: Electro
Rating: 4.9/5
FLAC size: 1651 mb | MP3 size: 1709 mb | WMA size: 1415 mb
Genre: Electronic

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Complete your Moby collection. Moby ‎– [email protected] Bizarre Festival 2000. Genre: Electronic, Rock. Style: Happy Hardcore, Trance, Big Beat, Techno, Ambient, Acoustic, Hardcore, Downtempo.

Moby (titled The Story So Far in the UK) is the debut studio album by American electronica musician Moby, released in July 1992 by record label Instinct. The song "Go" samples "Laura Palmer's Theme" from Twin Peaks, as well as the titular vocal from the song "Go!" by Tones on Tail.

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Moby & The Void Pacific Choir – A Simple Love (BMotion Remix).

Moby performing live at the Palladium in Cologne/Köln in Nov 2000 "Find My Baby" "Machete" "Porcelain" "James Bond Theme" "Go" "Next Is The E (I Feel It)" "Everloving" "Ah Ah" "Bring Back My Happiness" "Natural Blues" "Feeling So Real". yeah great I was there ! nearly 20 years ago omg. Porcel86. Waooooooo thanks a lot ! Matty231. Interesting, didn't know 'Go' was produced back in 2000, thought it was a newer piece.

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My Weakness 2:06
Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad 4:19
Everloving 3:08
Next Is The E 6:00
Go 3:47
James Bond Theme 4:50
Porcelain 4:13
Machete 4:15
Find My Baby 3:58
Thousand 4:55
Feeling So Real 5:09
Run On 2:56
Honey 4:49
Bodyrock 3:31
Natural Blues 4:08
Bring Back My Happiness 3:38
Ah-Ah 2:33


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MOBY 2000 Moby Live In Germany 2000 ‎(CD, Unofficial) Not On Label (Moby) MOBY 2000 Europe 2000
none Moby Live In Darmstadt ‎(CDr, Unofficial) Not On Label (Moby) none Europe 2000
Comments (1)
This is overall a decent performance, with good quality sound for what it is. I always love to hear musicians taking the live performance seriously and changing song arrangements, which he does occasionally here, such as the James Bond Theme in which he sings an excerpt from Public Enemy's 'Bring The Noise'. There are a few dull tracks in the mix, I think, not that they are bad songs, only just a little weakly presented on stage, plus there is way too much freedom with the DJ, scratching in most of the tracks. But let it be known that this is not the only version of this recording. I have an unabridged disc with some tracks that do not appear here (such as a fun little take on Cash's 'Ring Of Fire' and an untitled guitar instrumental and a slow muzak-esque version of Ah-Ah); I would recommend finding that one if possible.