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May 18, 2010

Singer Songwriter Moby is at it again (and that’s a good thing)

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American DJ, singer songwriter & musician Moby

American DJ, singer songwriter & musician Moby

Fans of the American DJ, singer songwriter & musician Moby (AKA Richard Melville Hall) will be happy that he hasn’t lost any of the style and flair that has propelled him to the top of the ambient electronica music scene.  Moby has released today his new album “Wait For Me. Remixes!”  It is an  album of reconceived tracks from last year’s critically acclaimed “Wait For Me”  album but as an added twist – he gets some help from some of the top names in the dance music scene like Tiesto, Laidback Luke, Gui Boratto and Carl Cox.   His album release includes a second disc that contains all of the new mixes of his original album tracks.  Of course half of the fun of listening to music is hearing a good take on a remix and Moby does not disappoint.   And don’t forget, he just recently put out a video as well  to the title song “Wait For Me” playing a video game character with Kelly Scarr on vocals.  We have the link to both the new video with the video game theme and I found the original video shot in 2009.  You can watch both videos on Planet Q TV.  Here are the links: and Be sure to support his album, by visiting the Amazon link here.

Moby has been a jack of trades his entire career.  He sings and play guitar, keyboard, bass guitar and drums.  He achieved 8 Top 40

Moby in Denmark (2009)

Moby in Denmark (2009)

singles in the UK in the 1990s.    His 1999 album Play brought him worldwide attention with 8 hit singles (remember “Porcelain” and “Natural Blues”) selling more than 10 million copies.  His follow up albums included 18 (2002), Hotel (2005), Last N ight (2008) and now Wait For Me.  While the mid 2000’s have not been kind to the king of electronica (his success came mainly in the 1990’s),  his last two albums have reminded fans why they love listening to his music.  The “Wait For Me. Remixes!” is a worthy addition to your collection – we will definitely be adding it to our DJ collection!!

Thomas (Click Click Expose)

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