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Animal Rights

Moby Audio CD
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Moby is one of the most innovative and individual forces in electronic and popular music today. He has sold over 20 million albums, headlined Glastonbury, and is back with arguably one of the best albums of his career, Innocents.

Moby’s 11th studio album to date proves an uncompromised, fully realized work from one of the most iconoclastic, innovative, individual forces in ... Read more in Amazon's Moby Store

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  • Audio CD (16 Nov 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mute
  • ASIN: B000026ZI3
  • Other Editions: Hardcover  |  Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 105,286 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  8. Say It's All Mine 6:060.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. That's When I Reach for My Revolver 3:570.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Face It10:030.99  Buy MP3 
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Listen12. Love Song for My Mom 3:400.99  Buy MP3 


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Undeservedly overlooked 2 July 2007
By Mr. M. A. Reed TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
This is to prove Moby wasn't always a man whose talent extends only as far as lifting old blues samples and grafting them onto bland corporate coffee-table music. This is to prove that Moby has a heart. At the time of this album's release, only two people in the UK ("The Big Issue", and a student paper in Coventry) wanted to review him. His name was dirt. He supported Soundgarden, and his own headline gigs brought in about 100 people. But why?

"Animal Rights" is about as far away as you can get from the Moby that you know & loathe. "Animal Rights" is a frantic 40 minute essay about how Everything is Wrong. Working almost entirely without guest musicians (a violin player appears on two songs), Moby created this demented, claustrophobic punk-thrash album in isolation. Rarely has a record sounded tighter - probably because this is truly a "solo" album. Every instrument was played by Moby, and the mindset of the record shows this. The sound is locked into a groove where each separate instrument is telepathically locked in to the others.

It's a relentless assault upon the senses. It sounds like walls closing in. It sounds like being crushed slowly to death. It sounds like a man raging coherently yet unintelligably against the cruelty of love, the abuse of trust, against loneliness. That's why I love it so much.

Bookended by two mellow instrumental pieces, "Animal Rights" picks up the pieces of a broken relationship which ended bitterly and appends this theme to a bitter cathartic primal scream. Moby returns to a time of innocence and to his first love, the guitar, and purges himself.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not everybody's cup of tea 14 Mar 2005
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Moby goes punk. Sort of. This is, mostly, a collection of great, abrasive rock songs. It is difficult to see quite where it fits into the Moby canon, but who cares when the music is this good. Obviously inspired, at least in part, by Joy Division, it is an album that I return to often. Just to add to the confusion the first CD is bookended by gentle, viola accompanied instrumentals and the second CD is an effective foray into quite mood music. Not everybody liked Moby leaving dance music so far behind on this album, but I discovered him via this record and I still play it regularly. I recommend it to any rock fan and to open minded fans of Play and 18 who would like to hear something a bit different from Moby.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Moby's Schizoid Album 8 Jan 2003
By Martin A Hogan HALL OF FAME TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
This album is for the true Moby fan. It's very good, but stretches the limits in both directions with no middle ground.
Half of the tracks are frantic, near punk as Moby screams to a frenzied beat. The rest of the songs are mellow, relaxed and hypnotic. The best of these is the Eno-esque, "A Season In Hell". The remake of "That's When I Reach For My Revolver" is a great rock and roll number - and the only one like it on the album. Moby brings out the violin on "Love Song For My Mom" (literally) and it's hard to tell if it's synthesized or real. The best song (IMO) on the album is "Living", simply a pleasant song and worth the price of the entire CD.
I could have done without all the pontificating in the liner notes and the pleading message, "please listen to Animal Rights in its entirety at least once", however nice a gesture it was. It's the music that really counts here. Moby seems to have been unsure which direction to take here, but just a few of the songs make it worth the listen.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Moby but not as know know him 19 Jun 2012
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I think when people think 'Moby' they think of the 'Play' album- this album is nothing like Play though- infact upon first listen one would assume the artist had nothing to with house music- sounds like he just played electric g.tar throughout; I don't believe anything was sampled or anything like a dance track- the style of music if anything resembles light weight angst-ridden indie rock (there's a couple of piano tunes thrown in also that seem terribly out of place from the othr content- *not that that's a bad thing- so long as the music elevates you to the god of aural ecstasy, who the hell cares? - it's just that this record isn't all that good and not worth the money it would have been on sale for back in the day)- at times it's quite hilarious because it sounds as if he's just walked into the studio and took the p*ss, and alot of them are semi-cheesy in the lyrical content- sounding pretty much ny-on what a 16 year old angsty boy would be singing about). Tracks #8 and #9 are okay, the rest though I wouldn't want to listen to again...

It's just a good thing Moby took the gamble and decided to make the Play album in the style he did it in, otherwise he would have been out on his arse if he was still flogging this junk!

definately an album to download, but there's joe blogs selling copies on here for 0.01 , so ya can't crumble with that can ya? :)
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