By Remix Enthusiast
It is because of the "Animal Rights" album and particularly this song that many of Moby's classic rave fans felt a certain sense of betrayal. I don't know. Honestly, I can't say that I am a huge fan of Moby's industrial/rock songs. But, I think that many people tend to depreciate an artist due to the type of music they have been known to make when there is an abrupt change. I can't really say it's betrayal. Moby absolutely never stopped making electronic music. He simply stopped making rave music. And, there was electronic music before and after rave music. And, besides, he has never stopped allowing other musicians to remix his music, as is evident by the stellar remix here by Rollo & Sister Bliss (Faithless). To this very day, Moby is still remixed by top-level dance artists. I think that it is good to respect Moby's artistic integrity, despite his musical changes of interest. Would people be angry if Moby cut a song with Lil' Jon & The Eastside Boyz? I would love ever minute of it. It shows that Moby is one artist, above many others, who is constantly evolving and adapting.
That's When I Reach For My Revolver
By Moby Freak
This is a good mix of a very good long ago song from Moby. However, what would of made it 5 star for me is if the original song was included. But otherwise, a nice price for a great song. Thanks.
Mission of Burma might be impressed...
When I saw this title I was pretty amazed. Moby manages to make a techno hi NRG mix of a song from one of Boston's most famous bands (and one of it's most talented). If you like art-rock a la Wire, Buzzcocks and Ramones and you like hypersonic electronica...listen on.
I've been looking for this ever since I heard it off of a local radio station's(WHFS) techno programming waaay back when it first came out. Thanks!