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LAST NIGHT Moby's ninth studio album and follow-up to 2005s HOTEL, has been described by the man himself as a return to a more electronic and dance floor oriented feel. This album was recorded in Moby's home studio in Manhattan, New York and features a number of guest vocalists, including MC Grandmaster Caz, Sylvia Gordon of Brooklyn indie-dance outfit Kudu, the Yoruba-speaking Nigerian 419 Crew, one of the writers of the seminal hip-hop anthem "Rapper's Delight."
LAST NIGHT Moby's ninth studio album and follow-up to 2005s HOTEL, has been described by the man himself as a return to a more electronic and dance floor oriented feel. This album was recorded in Moby's home studio in Manhattan, New York and features a number of guest vocalists, including MC Grandmaster Caz, Sylvia Gordon of Brooklyn indie-dance outfit Kudu, the Yoruba-speaking Nigerian 419 Crew, one of the writers of the seminal hip-hop anthem "Rapper's Delight."
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Format: CD
Label: MUE
Catalog: 693832
Rel. Date: 04/01/2008
UPC: 724596938324

Last Night
Artist: Moby
Format: CD
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LAST NIGHT Moby's ninth studio album and follow-up to 2005s HOTEL, has been described by the man himself as a return to a more electronic and dance floor oriented feel. This album was recorded in Moby's home studio in Manhattan, New York and features a number of guest vocalists, including MC Grandmaster Caz, Sylvia Gordon of Brooklyn indie-dance outfit Kudu, the Yoruba-speaking Nigerian 419 Crew, one of the writers of the seminal hip-hop anthem "Rapper's Delight."

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It's been a rough new century for Herman Melville's great-great-great-great nephew. After the gospel mish-mash sensation of 1999's Play, he released two comparative duds'"18 and Hotel'"got served on wax by Eminem, and was roughed up outside of a Boston nightclub. Luckily, he has a pretty original idea for Last Night: condensing an entire bender of New York nightclubbing into one hour-long document. Will it capture the zeitgeist like Play did? Well, Moby's due for a little good luck, don't you think?

 

        
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