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8 thoughts on “ Division - Moby - Wait For Me (CD, Album)

  1. In addition to the 2x CDs, the `Deluxe' edition also gives you a DVD. This is not just an afterthought but informative and entertaining to watch, offering some live-on-stage performances, interviews and video clips from the `Wait for Me' album recording sessions. Verdict: an /5(22).
  2. 1. Division 2. Pale Horses 3. Shot In The Back Of The Head 4. Study War 5. Walk With Me 6. Stock Radio 7. Mistake 8. Scream Pilots 9. jltf 1 jltf A Seated Night Wait For Me Hope Is Gone Ghost Return Slow Light Isolate.
  3. Nov 29,  · Provided to YouTube by Awal Digital Ltd Wait For Me (Ambient) · Moby · Moby Wait for Me ℗ Little Idiot Released on: Auto-generated by borpcipchiomactingrgon.seitabciocopdemikufirvemahlwhebil.infoinfog: Division.
  4. Nov 07,  · Wait for Me Licensed to YouTube by Because Music, INgrooves, Kobalt (AWAL Digital Limited) (on behalf of Little Idiot); UMPI, AMRA, LatinAutor, Kobalt .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Wait For Me on Discogs. Label: Little Idiot - idiotx • Format: CD Album CD Album DVD DVD-Video All Media Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: Downtempo, Ambient/5(34).
  6. "Wait For Me" is a tender, refined and predominantly ambient CD of nonpareil electronic music that has some of the most melancholic, majestic and poignant soundscapes of Moby's career. It was recorded in Moby's home studio with the help of some very adept female vocalists/5(75).
  7. Feb 04,  · referencing Wait For Me, CD, Album, mut , , The most beautiful, emotional, melancholic and vulnerable piece of music I have ever heard. This must be my favorite Moby album/5().
  8. Moby's most unified and understated album, and all the better for it, Wait for Me is a morose set of elegantly bleary material, quite a shift from the hedonistic club tracks of Last borpcipchiomactingrgon.seitabciocopdemikufirvemahlwhebil.infoinfoted by instrumentals, "Shot in the Back of the Head" is the most evocative of the bunch, seemingly pulled from an unreleased David Lynch film scored by the Afghan Whigs circa Gentlemen-- a lament from a 7/

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