- Summary: Can he do it again? Coming a full three years after his surprise megahit 'Play,' this new album from Richard Melville Hall attempts to repeat that disc's success with (surprise) 18 new tracks, including collaborations with Angie Stone, Sinead O'Connor, Azure Ray and MC Lyte.
- Record Label: V2
- Genre(s): Electronic, Alternative
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MixerThe most poignant artistic statement of his career. [May 2002, p.70]
He has created a record that might not be as wildly eclectic on the surface as Play, and it certainly lacks club-hits on the level of "Bodyrock" or "South Side," but it's a warm, enveloping, humanistic record with real emotional resonance, which surely is a noteworthy artistic step forward.
[Anonymous]Jun 3, 2002c00li0!
GwenT.May 26, 2002Another good one.
TFJun 5, 2005Not quite as good as Play, but still fun.
ALexanderNJul 23, 2007Good mood and very deep feelings...
MarkMJun 9, 2002I guess the expectations were too high after 'Play'. This cd doesn't quite reach the brilliance of that one. Should be I guess the expectations were too high after 'Play'. This cd doesn't quite reach the brilliance of that one. Should be interesting to see which direction Moby takes next.… Expand
JSSep 2, 2002a bunch of complete and utter twaddle. more 'tear-your-hair-out' than 'chill-out'.
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