Reviews

Moby

Go: The Very Best of Moby is not the unlikely superstar's first retrospective collection. It is, however, the one that will appeal to his later fans who joined Moby after his music developed a licensing-friendly tone. Although he got his start on the dance floor, Moby's earlier hits — two of which are included here, "Go" and "Feeling So Real" — have a spiritual tone that escalates beyond their settings, making them timeless. That is the prevailing feeling of Go: uplifting spirituality. This aesthetic is balanced by the (disposable) second disc's uninspired club-oriented mixes of his more recognizable songs reworked by the likes of Ferry Corsten and Tiësto.

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Lily Moayeri