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  1. Bajin

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    "Myopia" is a good representation of Moby's ability to write accessible ambient music that never strays too far into the abstract.
  2. Aradal

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    Jul 02,  · Provided to YouTube by TuneCore Myopia · Moby Ambient ℗ Little Idiot Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. Brasho

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    Watch the video for Myopia from Moby's Ambient for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for Myopia from Moby's Ambient for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. He has sold over 20 million albums worldwide. He has also released music under the names Voodoo Child, Barracuda, U.H.F.
  4. Zolorg

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    moby has announced the may 15 release of his new album, all visible objects. pre-order the album here and listen to new single “power is taken” featuring dead kennedys Tracklist & More info All Music.
  5. JoJomi

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    Moby's second studio album. As the name implies, in ambient style, but there are not a lot of compositions in a relaxed mood as the name implies, because the vast majority of the album is rather dark ambient. Compositionally, the music is somewhat similar to Apex Twix, but there is also an early style of the artist itself.
  6. Zolonos

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    Moby releases the follow-up album, the appropriately titled Long Ambients Two. The new instalment replicates the style of the original album, but takes the listeners on a deeper and more immersive journey with six soothing tracks, running almost four hours. Available below to stream, download for free via Wetransfer or in the Calm app.
  7. Donos

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    The discography of American musician Moby consists of fifteen studio albums, one live album, ten compilation albums, six remix albums, three video albums, four extended plays, seventy-two singles, ninety-six music videos, and four remixes.
  8. Maujas

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    Since this is one MOBY's first CD's, one cannot be too tough on him. However, the term ambient (penned by Brian Eno in the Seventies) used to mean multi-layered, ethereal space/mood music. Moby keeps the layers and the moods, but the constant percussion (it's /5(46).

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