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|1. Hotel Intro|
|2. Raining Again|
|4. Lift Me Up|
|5. Where You End|
|8. Dream About Me|
|10. I Like It|
|11. Love Should|
|12. Slipping Away|
|14. Homeward Angel|
Now: anyone who criticizes the Ambient CD for being "boring" has limited understanding as to what Ambient music is all about.
I have heard all of Moby's work, following his career from his early electronica days to Play and 18, and I can confidently say that Hotel is his best album yet.
When Moby scored success with his album Play six years or so ago, he did prove that when it comes to making danceable tracks, age ain't nothin' but a number.
find the sound and the movement easy and spellbinding - i think of the songs and hear them in my brain - wonderful to write to (e.waindeckerbooks. Read morePublished 9 months ago by ReaderViews
I enjoyed moby music over the years and his stuff is great to get if you like his music .Published 15 months ago by Kurt Mstoecklhuber
This is very different from most of the Moby stuff I've heard before, but I loved it. There are two CDs, one is ambient, the other is songs, most of which are very catchy and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Private
This is an a slow melodic album which I find especially wonderful to listen to on long drives in which I wish to remain relaxed but I also don't want to fall asleep. Read morePublished 23 months ago by absent4laws76
The 2005 follow-up to `18' is more personally introspective than Moby's other recent work. For starters, there's a lot more of his own singing voice in evidence. Read morePublished on March 19, 2013 by The Guardian
Thank you! I enjoyed the old songs I knew and the new ones in this CD.
It brings back memories to a beautiful trip with my husband and daughter !
If you follow Moby's work since the early nineties, you'll probably agree that this is one of his finest works. Read morePublished on May 25, 2011 by T. R. Scott
To clarify one point, I have the two CD version. Today, for the first time I popped it into my computer. Read morePublished on September 7, 2010 by Steven Lynn