8 thoughts on “ Novio - Moby - I Like To Score (CD) ”

  1. rows · I Like to Score is a compilation album by Moby, featuring electronica music that .
  2. The discography of American musician Moby consists of fifteen studio albums, one live album, ten compilation albums, six remix albums, three video albums, four extended plays, seventy-two singles, ninety-six music videos, and four remixesMissing: Novio.
  3. 'Novio', 'I Like To Score' and 'Nash' from the motion picture 'Double Tap' (re-recorded May and June ) 'James Bond Theme (Moby's Re-Version)' appears on the soundtrack album of Tomorrow Never Dies (Music From The Motion Picture) and was released as a single in /5().
  4. Artists> Moby. Title> " I Like To Score ". CD condition > Good, few light marks. Case Condition -, elinanpadoosi.lentiningmictagendliconuttiazuri.infoinfo Rating: % positive.
  5. Listen to your favorite songs from I Like To Score by Moby Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. This is a collection of "scores" that were made for, or inspired by, movies & TV shows. The track "I Like To Score" was formerly entitled "Ulysses' Stripper", the songs "Go" and "Ah-Ah" were re-recorded especially for this album. The song "Grace" is a short version of the "Underwater" bonus disc that came with Everything Is Wrong.
  7. Considering that Moby's music is most effective in small doses, perhaps it shouldn't be a surprise that the compilation I Like to Score is a strong record. However, it does come as a surprise, since Moby's music usually sounds too insular for the kind of shifting, provocative atmospherics needed for effective film music. Here, on this collection of cinematic instrumental work, Moby 6/
  8. On Moby's "I Like To Score" album you get to hear some of his original LP compilations before he "modified" them. I mostly like Moby's fast and hard techno mixes, so I was only able to find (4) songs on this CD worth saving, which were - James Bond Theme (Moby's Re-Version), Ah-Ah, I Like To Score, and New Dawn Fades/5(6).

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