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Porcelain - Moby - Play (CD, Album)



Label: Not On Label (Moby) - CDNSK 0031 • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Electronic • Style: Breakbeat, Leftfield, Downtempo
Porcelain - Moby - Play (CD, Album)

Artwork [Design Of Album Play] – Ysabel Zu Innhausen Und Knyphausen Artwork [Drawings Of Album Play: The B Sides] – Moby Engineer, Mixed By, Performer, Producer, Written-By – Moby; Photography By [Album Play, Front And Back Cover Of Album Play: The B Sides] – Corinne Day Photography By [Inside Photographs Of Album Play: The B Sides] – Elizabeth Young (2)/5(32).

Product description. Moby ~ Play The great iconoclast of techno returns with a smooth, sacred, and exhilarating record. Play's concoction of breakbeat rhythms, ambient mixology, and inspired blues and gospel samples cry out across musical genres and histories, imparting a time-tested wisdom to beat-driven 's devout faith--in both God and his own musical whims--give this /5(K).

"Porcelain" is a song by American electronic musician Moby. It was released as the sixth single from his fifth studio album Play on Ap. Written by Moby, who also performs vocals on the recording, "Porcelain" is a melancholic song with lyrics reflecting on the breakup of a relationship. It features a lush musical backing that incorporates reversed strings and various synthesized elements. While Moby Genre: Downtempo.

 · Following a notorious flirtation with alternative rock, Moby returned to the electronic dance mainstream on the album I Like to 's Play, he made yet another leap back toward the electronica base that had passed him by during the mid-' first two tracks, "Honey" and "Find My Baby," weave short blues or gospel vocal samples around rather disinterested breakbeat techno/10(K).

Play is the fifth studio album by American electronic musician Moby. It was released on , through Mute Records internationally and V2 Records in North America. Recording of the album began in mid, following the release of Moby's fourth album, Animal Rights (), which deviated from his electronica style; Moby's goal for Play was to return to this style of music.


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  1. If I had the time, and space, I could write a term paper about this seminal, remarkable album from one of the world's great musical artists, Moby. But that would probably bore readers (and me) to death. What I will say is that Play almost single-handedly changed my musical life. In a sense/5(K).

  2.  · A well crafted album of both uptempo and downtempo tracks, many of which are constructed from samples of old blues recordings (Honey, Run On, Find My Baby). Moby himself sings on a few tracks (the lush 'Porcelain', the pensive 'The Sky Is Broken'), and there are even some near-ambient experiments (the sombre 'Guitar, Flute & String').

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