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Moby: 18 (2002), APE

Posted By : vasya | Date : 19 Dec 2007 18:29:00 | Comments : 3 |
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Moby: 18 (2002)

Moby: 18 (2002)
1CD | APE | 397 Mb
Genre: Electronica | easy-share


Personnel includes: Moby (vocals, various instruments); Jennifer Price, Azure Ray, Dianne McCauley, Angie Stone, MC Lyte, Freedom Bremner, Sinead O'Connor, Shauna & Lorraine Phillips, The Shining Light Gospel Choir (vocals).
Includes liner notes by Moby.
"18" was nominated for the 2003 Grammy Awards for Best Pop Instrumental Performance.
Continuing to deliver the kind of soulful electronica with an ethereal sheen that made PLAY such a breakthrough album for him, Moby keeps the good vibrations going on the equally engaging follow-up 18. Having previously drawn from such disparate sources as subtle dance beats and samples of African-American spirituals, it's not surprising that this devout Christian once again looked to the church for recruits. This time around the talents of The Shining Light Gospel Choir (the revival-like "I'm Not Worried At All" and the sweeping "In My Heart") and the recently ordained Sinead O'Connor (the lush "Harbour") get tapped.
Moby avoids making 18 a strictly austere affair by throwing some beats onto the barbie in the shape of the thumping Angie Stone/M.C. Lyte collaboration "Jam For The Ladies" and the subtle cut-and-paste funk of "Sunday (The Day Before My Birthday)." Moby does a fine job manning the mike himself for the striking '80s-style electro-pop meditation "We Are All Made Of Stars" and the equally gorgeous soundscape "Signs Of Love." Ever the sonic chef, Moby has once again succeeded in whipping together a collection of songs that are the musical equivalent of comfort food


Tracklist:
01. We Are All Made Of Stars
02. In This World
03. In My Heart
04. Great Escape
05. Signs Of Love
06. One Of These Mornings
07. Another Woman
08. Fireworks
09. Extreme Ways
10. Jam For The Ladies
11. Sunday (The Day Before My Birtday)
12. 18
13. Sleep Alone
14. At Least We Tried
15. Harbour
16. Look Back In
17. The Rafters
18. I'm Not Worried At All


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Posted By: Fryk Date: 20 Dec 2007 22:21:27
Many thanks
Posted By: ppelunce Date: 16 Mar 2009 08:29:46
Thank you very much! :)

It would be very nice if you have his other albums in APE. ;)
Posted By: pollolpc Date: 18 May 2011 11:05:08
Links are dead ;)