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Moby Reveals New Album Details

Moby Reveals New Album Details

[b]Moby[/b] has revealed details of his sixth studio album 'Last Night', which will be ready for release on March 10.

The album, recorded in his Manhattan home studio, features fifteen tracks mixed by Dan Grech-Maguerat ([b]Radiohead[/b], [b]Scissor Sisters[/b])

The album features guest vocalists, including [b]MC Grandmaster Caz[/b] - one of the writers of Rappers Delight, Sylvia from [b]Kudu[/b], [b]MC Aynzli[/b] and Nigerian rappers the [b]419 Crew[/b].

The first single from the album is expected to be 'Everyday It's 1989'.

Talking about the album, Moby explains his return to dance, saying: "It's a lot more dance oriented and electronic than my last few albums, probably as a result of all of the DJ'ing I've been doing lately. And it has some interesting guest vocalists. My favorite guest is the rapper on '[b]I Love To Move In Here[/b]'. His name is Grandmaster Caz, and he was one of the writers of 'Rappers Delight'. He's been rapping since 1975, and I'm really happy to have him on the record.”


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