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Everything Is Wrong : DJ Mix Album Double CD

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  • Audio CD (6 Nov. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Mute
  • ASIN: B00000728J
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 28,356 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. First Cool Hive (Minimal Version)
  2. Feeling So Real (Unashamed Ecstatic Piano Mix)
  3. All That I Need Is To Be Loved (Hard Trance Version)
  4. Bring Back My Happiness (Extended Version)
  5. Move (Disco Threat Mix)
  6. Everytime You Touch Me (Pure Joy Mix)
  7. Feeling So Real (Westbam Remix)
  8. Into The Blue (Uplifting 4 Beat Mix)
  9. Everytime You Touch Me (NYC Jungle Mix)
  10. Into The Blue (Spiritual Mix)
  11. Anthem (Cinematic Mix)
  12. Everything Is Wrong (Quiet Mix)

Disc: 2

  1. Let's Go Free (Reversal Mix)
  2. Hymn (I Believe)
  3. Into The Blue (Voodoo Child Mix)
  4. Everytime You Touch Me (Freestyle Mix)
  5. Bring Back My Happiness (Josh Wink Mix)
  6. Hymn (Lucky Orgasm Mix)
  7. Everytime You Touch Me (Na Feel Mix)
  8. Feeling So Real (Old Skool Mix)
  9. Hymn (Menacing Mix)
  10. Bring Back My Happiness (Para Los Discos)
  11. Into The Blue (Simple Mix)
  12. Move (Electro Mix)
  13. All That I Need Is To Be Loved (Melodic Mix)
  14. When It's Cold I'D Like To Die (Instrumental)

Product Description

Product Description

MOBY Everythging Is Wrong [DJ Mix Album] (1996 UK 26-track 2-CD featuring a non-stop DJ mix by Evil Ninja Moby and also includes mixes by Josh Wink Westbam DJ Seduction and more complete with picture sleeve XLCDSTUMM130)

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Moby is an ambitious man, both musically and philosophically, and that quality seeps into every aspect of Everything Is Wrong, from the wunderkind DJing that stretches the genre limits of techno to the angry, antiestablishment manifesto on the CD sleeve. The record's opening salvo of dancey club music sets the listener up for "All That I Need Is to Be Loved", which, out of nowhere, bludgeons would-be club kids with tuneless, mad vocals and punked-out guitar solos. The same bait-and-switch formula repeats twice on the CD at almost regular intervals in the industrial shriek of "What Love" and the sudden, slow, and acoustic bent and folksy vocals of "Into the Blue". All three shifts are jarringly abrupt. However, dance-floor continuity is in Moby's blood, and he uses these songs as parts one, two, and three of the underlying rage that drives the record's concept. Without these three tracks, in fact, you'd have a moody yet convincingly cohesive danceathon, bouncing between house breakbeats ("Feeling So Real", "Bring Back My Happiness") and blissed-out trance ("God Moving Over the Face of the Waters"). Instead, Moby expresses his bewildered and desperate view of modern life by periodically yanking away the escape of blind, danceable ecstasy, using that discontinuity to express the eyes-wide-open ruminations of a furious idealist. --Matthew Cooke

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By A Customer on 27 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is an incredibly varied but beautiful collection of songs from one of the most underrated musicians in history. Like he has done so many times, Moby brings together a blend of exotic sounds and inspired lyrics and creates something that just has to be loved. The tracks jump around from techno to punk, then to chill out and back to techno but manage to remain strangely coherent and original. Ok, it is not as good as Play, but what is?
If you like dance music then I insist you buy this, and any other Moby albums while you’re at it.
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By Mr. P. Tanner VINE VOICE on 12 Dec. 2001
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album on the strength of 'feeling so real'and I was truly amazed, not so much at the wide spectum of sound but at the soul of the music. If ever anyone could claim to be inspired by God it is this man and his music. This album goes beyond fashion, trend and genre and lifts the spirit, just wallow in this album, I have for several years now and continue to do so. Can I give this 10 stars?
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By Martin A Hogan HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on 14 May 2010
Format: Audio CD
Moby's 1995 contribution to the world is a mixed bag of delights and mystery. "Hymn" introduces one to this collection with an almost hyper piano melody on steroids. It certainly fits into the `hymn' or a `song of praise' category, but feels repetitious despite its pleasant feel. Then the listener is attacked with nasty punk grunge-like selections of songs like, "Feeling So Real", "All That I Need Is To Be Loved" and "What Love". To be fair, these are perfectly good punk rockers. "Let's Go Free" and "Bring Back My Happiness" are probably the most confusing techno-pop I've heard in a long time. They seem like experiments rather than songs. And just when you think all is starting to fall away, the listener is treated to mellow melodic trance-inducing mood songs like, "First Cool Jive", "Into The Blue and the truly original "God Moving Over The Face Of The Waters".

While Moby could never be fit into any one specific category other than "maybe" techno-pop, his creations are always wildly imaginative. This collection is a keeper simply for so many of its unique creations on so many different levels. Moby also always keeps you guessing, as in the instance of the title track, "Everything Is Wrong" which seems so very ordinary, plodding and slow. But then he finishes the album with one of his most beautiful songs ever. `When It's Cold I'd Like To Die" is an amazing, romantic piece of music with instrumentals that flow through you like calming waves and a vocal that rivals Annie Lennox. This song is alone worth the ownership of this album. Moby can be a genius when he wants to be.
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Despite some tracks now having a distinctly dated sound, this album is an essential purely for the fact that it is a classic. "Feeling so Real" is perhaps at one end of the album's wide spectrum of musical genre, some of the punk metal style tracks at the other. Behind all of this is some subtley beautiful ambient music, and the overall effect of such a truly varied album is to reinforce Moby's position as one of the most flexible and maleable artists of our time. The sleeve contains typical Moby essays ("eat vegetables! save the trees!" etc). All in all, brilliant to listen to late at night in the car.
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Almost gave this album four stars, a 1995 release before , for example, Play. I had mixed feelings about the album, and it made it hard to review-but i am humbled by Moby's talent- so I'll givre it my best. The opening track is called Hymn - instrumental- and I like this, track two is one of the better tracks also with female vocals; which I think work well with a lot of Moby's music. Not keen at all on track 3, male vocals hard to say if singing, or screaming- track 4 is only 38 seconds long! I thought it was the end of the track before. Track 5, not a bad tune with the vocals, but sounds dated, as does the next track - and a very energetic one too. I feel bad but I really do not like track 7, 'What Love' - but stick with this album- from now on it significantly improves, for me- and worthy of a 4 star rating at least.. Track 8 First Cool Hive- i do like this a good strong song(reminded me a bit of 'Play') , and the following two songs also good too. Track 11 is a little forgetfult- then we hear track 12 BRILLIANT! and beautiful, and i also really like the final track- the last two songs are more timeless and quite different to e.g track 5. Overall, i have to hand it to Moby however-musically, he is a genius. I would recommend this album-I'm glad i have it. *I HAD TO EDIT MY ORIGINAL REVIEW... THIS HAS BECOME A STRONG CONTENDER FOR MY FAVOURITE MOBY STUDIO ALBUM! I HAVE LISTENED TO IT SO MUCH, AND IT DESERVES 5/5! MY FAVOURITE TRACKS INCLUDE . FEELING SO REAL, TRACKS 5 AND 6, ANTHEM, ALL FASTER PACED, TO THE SLOWER PACED AND BEAUTIFUL WHEN IT'S COLD I'D LIKE TO DIE, GOD MIOVING OVER THE FACE OF WATERS... IN FACT THERE ARE IS ONLY ONE SONG I REALLY DON'T LIKE- AND THIS, FOR ME AN AMAZING ALBUM- PLEASE TRY IT IF YOU LIKE MOBY.... THERE IS SO MUCH MORE TO THIS MUSICAL GENIUS THAN PLAY!*
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I'm a fan of Moby so the review needs to be considered in this vein. An earlier album that shows glimpses of the rock element that would be more evident in Animal Rights and also retains some of the earlier trance / club songs that he started off with (e.g. Go)
His more recent style evident in Hotel, Destroyed and Wait For Me is also featured with the tracks Hymn and God Moving Over The Face of the Waters and Into The Blue.
So this covers a more diverse range of music than some of his later albums and so maybe a good starting point for those wanting to belatedly get into Moby but you can You Tube all the songs anyway and make up your own mind!
As is the case with most albums by most artists, not everything works but not everything is wrong either(!)
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