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  • Summary: The latest full-length release for the electronic artist features contributions from Apollo Jane, Boogie, Mindy Jones, Linton Kwesi Johnson, and Dead Kennedys drummer D.H. Peligro.
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  • Record Label: Mute
  • Genre(s): Electronic, Ambient, House, Electronica, Techno, Trance, Club/Dance, Ambient Techno, Progressive House
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Two simple places We wanted to go Two simple things You wanted to know Everything around I could not see I wish I'd known How much you loved... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. May 15, 2020
    Like 2018's Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt, All Visible Objects is a highlight in Moby's late-era catalog, a revitalization that serves both his passionately held beliefs and his core sound.
  2. May 15, 2020
    Overall, All Visible Objects acts as a love letter to the early ‘90s techno/trance/rave scene, albeit in a pop-instilled way. Moby pays his respects to the respective era, blending various sounds from his discography into what plays like a smoothly sequenced, nostalgia party mixtape.
  3. May 15, 2020
    All Visible Objects is a welcome addition and one that offers a little bit of everything to everyone.
  4. May 18, 2020
    When it hits the spot, Moby’s writing is still subtly powerful, but when it doesn’t a curious and lasting emptiness remains. This may accurately reflect the imbalances of the world, but as a musical work it ultimately feels off-kilter.
  5. May 21, 2020
    These songs tend towards fuzzy sentiments—the words “love,” “life,” “light,” and “feel” are staples. Many of the musical ideas—tinkling pianos, plasticky strings and emotion-squeezing chord progression—have been part of Moby’s toolkit since the word “Go.”
  6. Rolling Stone
    Jun 3, 2020
    There are toe-tapping moments, but the best song is a Roxy Music cover. [Jun 2020, p.71]
  7. May 15, 2020
    The overriding impression of both modes is nostalgia, not least for the uplifting, utopian properties of dance music. Moby finds some traction on the first count – there is vitality here, if not novelty – but the forays into politics aren’t so convincing.

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