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June 02, 2011


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DTG Reviews

I like Moby's new album but his earlier CDs repeatedly felt like they commenced solid and then hit a slump towards the end. The CD would be ended and I felt like I wanted more closure. Play had a bunch of slow-moving, unfilled poetry pieces. Last Night, eighteen and Hotel all had unmemorable ending songs. Not so here. This is the first of his album I can say that each track is outstanding. The album really gets more and more better with every single track. The last few tracks are really stunning piano-string pieces.

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