New Moby record
2013-07-01 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 12 Comments
Moby announced he will release a new record, called Innocents, at the beginning of October. It was recorded at his own studio at home and co-produced by Mark 'Spike' Stent (Muse, Bjork, Massive Attack, etc.). Collaborators on Innocents include Mark Lanegan, Cold Specks, Wayne Coyne, Inyang Bassey, Damien Jurado and Skylar Grey.

The first official single, 'A Case For Shame', featuring Cold Specks can be listened to here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58MUwnspBRk

Here is the official tracklist for Innocents:

1. Everything That Rises
2. A Case For Shame (feat. Cold Specks)
3. Almost Home (feat. Damien Jurado)
4. Going Wrong
5. The Perfect Life (feat. Wayne Coyne)
6. The Last Day (feat Skylar Grey)
7. Don't Love Me (feat. Inyang Bassey)
8. A Long Time
9. Saints
10. Tell Me (feat. Cold Specks)
11. The Lonely Night (feat. Mark Lanegan)
12. The Dogs

Innocents promotional video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvsbGnWDrfo

Album cover and more information on the record is available at Moby's official website - http://www.moby.com/innocents#.UdHU122bHz0
Tagged: Moby

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Acanthus
July 1st 2013
9543 Comments


Cool, enjoy the single (as well as his other work) so I'll definitely look into this when it comes out.

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YourDarkAffected
Contributing Reviewer
July 1st 2013
1676 Comments


and I was just jamming to "Why Does my Heart Feel so Bad?" this morning on the way to the gym. Sweet, I'm looking forward to this.

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bloc
July 1st 2013
34927 Comments


Last album surprisingly had a lot of killer tracks and this new one is quite decent. Looks like another good Moby album is on it's way.

sublimefan1991
July 1st 2013
763 Comments


i got play and found it really boring to listen to as a whole (very, very repetitive), but i do enjoy many of his songs on their own. if anyone hasn't heard "in this world" or "in my heart" by him, i'd highly recommend them.

sublimefan1991
July 1st 2013
763 Comments


also, in regard to the single, damn what a song.

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
July 2nd 2013
3452 Comments


I'm stoked to hear this, Destroyed was really good.

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KILL
July 2nd 2013
71965 Comments


not rly

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
July 2nd 2013
3452 Comments


It is one of his best records in a while.

KILL
July 2nd 2013
71965 Comments


havent liked anything since play tbh i mean i havent heard hotel but who cares same old shit, baldy needs to get rollin

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
July 2nd 2013
3452 Comments


He could get out of his comfort zone once in a while, agreed.

KILL
July 2nd 2013
71965 Comments


yea he needs more advert tunes

CaptWaffles
July 4th 2013
192 Comments


wow that was really good, excited for the rest



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