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  • Audio CD (9 Sept. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mute
  • ASIN: B0000075WS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 268,181 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
This majestic, celestial and perfect ambient Moby CD is replete with some of the most glorious and ethereal music imaginable. I love The ORB but this Moby ambient CD is incomparable. There is a mixture of euphoria and pathos that permeate this masterpiece. The all instrumental songs are listed below.
1) Dog Heaven
2) Patient Love
3) Great Lake
4) Gentle Love
5) Honest Love
6) Slow Motion Suicide
7) Animal Sight

A must buy CD for all Moby fans, ambient fans and animal lovers.
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By A Customer on 29 Sept. 2005
Format: Audio CD
If you like Moby's melancholic instrumental pieces, then this is him at his peak. The first 3 tracks are stunning, if not in anyway groundbreaking (is Moby ever?), moving, simple electronic tunes. It loses its way a little in the middle before ending well. It's a good indication of where he was heading between the messy "Animal Rights" and the behemoth that was "Play". As Alan Partridge says "Lovely stuff!"
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REALLY IF YOU LISTEN TO SOME OF THE TRACKS YOU,D SAY MOBY
IT WILL REALLY CHILL U OUT AFTER A DAY AT WORK CHILL WITH THIS SOUND
YEAH ALL GOOD
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Love it and did not really expect it to be so accessible..
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9295d1f8) out of 5 stars 19 reviews
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9269521c) out of 5 stars VOODOO CHILD is MADE OF STARS! 24 Dec. 2003
By analog1 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you Like MOBY; and if you like strings and pianos, and really
robotic drumbeats, then this is the greatest record ever made!
It is like a factory singing the most awe inspiring sounds.
I love MOBY but i have always prefered his b-side, and quiet instrumental songs to his hits. This is MOBY making his most
passionate and brilliant music. Released around his brilliantly
dark Animal Rights Album; this carries the most challenging, and
listenable music. If after you listen to this record you LOVE it...find the UK version...it is different...it includes a song
called "Animal Sight" which is as epic and amazing as everything
else on this record; and the song "Dog Heaven" is a much sexier,
and funky version with a 4/4beat and tribal percusion underpinning an breathtaking strings break.
If you dig this record buy Play: the B-sides (because some of
his moments on that LP have the same genius).
MOBY is always best when no one is listening and he lets his heart make the music.
Let me put it this way...i walked around in a trance for 3 days
when i heard this record. It changed the way i saw everything
around me. After listening to this record i threw away my car!
Truth.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x926953a8) out of 5 stars Hauntingly Beautiful 20 Feb. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Let me start off by saying that while each listener may interpretate this work of art differently, it cannot be disputed that this composition is truly a masterpiece; one which belongs in the collection of any fan of beautiful, moving music...I often listen to this CD before I go to bed. As I drift off to sleep, I experience terribly depressing , yet cathartic feelings. Moby has managed to write the score for the end of the world. The tracks on this CD seem to take one on a journey from life as we know it to the extinction of all life. In my opinion, the four songs of love represent the apparent (and I emphasize "apparent") equilibrium and calm that exists in our world; the "love" that we claim to know. The pulse-like percussion and simple, beautiful melodies of these first three tracks are trance-inducing. By the fourth track, this pulsating has faded as mankind has begun to realize the err of his ways. He relaxes into a state of shock. "Slow Motion Suicide" tells of the way in which man has been killing himself for centuries, by way of self-destructive behavior, which can no longer be redressed (interesting how Moby does this all with no words). "Dog Heaven" resembles an ordered chaos, as humanity scrambles to make sense of natural disasters and catastrophes alike, preparing for the end. "Reject" allows one to picture the aftermath, a horribly calm planet littered with the silent debris of worldwide extinction. As I listen to the CD right now, I am afraid. I'm afraid not of the end of the world, but of how closely Moby has portrayed it in these seven beautifully composed tracks. I'm afraid that I'm actually listening to the end of the world.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9264c168) out of 5 stars The only Moby CD I own... 15 May 2000
By DAC Crowell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Yeah, this is Moby. The US issue of this album gave thataway...The interesting thing is that this seems like Moby minus thecommercial pandering that's characterized nearly everything he's had his mitts on over the past several years. As opposed to composing for the marketplace, this sounds more like Richard Hall composing for himself, and as such, it's a lot more satisfying as far as I'm concerned...although I'm sure lots of candyraver types will disagree. Still, as nice as this is, it seems to owe a lot of its parentage to Aphex Twin's two "Selected Ambient Works" releases, with which it shares more than a few ideas. However, Moby often works here in a more stripped-down manner, such as on "Great Lake", where the underpinning beats simply act as propulsion for the harmonies and melodies (which will likely be too harmonic or melodic for most raver types these days) which are the real focus of the work. Eventually, this pushes into a really beautifully-done modulation about 2/3rds of the way in, and the way the track develops is sort of like watching a time-lapse of a flower unfolding. And the closer, the 18-minute-ish "Reject", is an ultra-slo-mo chordal ambient sunset...goes pretty much nowhere, but then, it works very well in that way. To my ears, this is an interesting alternative to the commercial hype-monster Moby that's currently appearing on Letterman and in concert and all that sorry rock-star crap. It might pay, but to those with eyes to see and ears to hear, it's got no integrity. Too bad Moby doesn't do more work like this...although I'm sure the kiddies who want the next rock-rave-teKKn0 partydown track won't like it. Eh...screw 'em, Moby...you've got enough cash at this point; let's have another workout like this.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9264ca50) out of 5 stars Hell, I was just going to say that this album is good.... 13 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
However once I read that review from the guy in Long Island, I went back and listened to it again. An absolute Masterpiece is what I heard. You cannot touch perfect quality such as this. I've had this CD for well over a year now, but everytime I play Patient Love, I listen to its entirety, all 9 minutes of it. Listen to it falling asleep, listen to it on long car trips, listen to it on a relaxing rainy day. You will be overwhelmed by the feelings you'll get. This Album will go down as one of those most influential album or best album or whatever of the century. Get it. and read the article from the guy in Long Island. That will give you something to think about while listening to it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x928f5bdc) out of 5 stars A minimalist masterpiece 10 Aug. 2001
By BH4378 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
By now everyone is probably sick of all the praise being lavished on Moby (regarding PLAY). It wasn't too long ago when Moby was pretty unpopular. At the height of his unpopularity (after he released his infamous speed metal album ANIMAL RIGHTS) he dropped this gorgeous piece of sonic wallpaper.
It can be the perfect background music while you do work or read, etc; Or--perhaps most ideally--you can kick back and experience this disc on headphones. It's powerful stuff (Unassumingly so). Tracks like "Dog Heaven," "Slow Motion Suicide" and "Reject" are pieces of ambient bliss.
A must.
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