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Inventive marketing aside, "Play" still would not have found such a mass popularity if it weren't for the fact that is was a fabulous album. "Find My Baby" is actually one of the lesser tracks on the album, in my estimation. Moby mixes every kind of beat and mood in his song. He creates the slow and haunting meditative sounds of "Porcelain" while creating a body-moving, beat-thumping, dance club favorite in "Bodyrock" (I might add that this is a very good tune to listen to when working out).Read more ›
Play is about soul and feeling, not something his previous albums were known for (although there were certainly exceptions). Much of it comes from old Gospel songs, as heard in "Natural Blues," and "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?" These two songs, like much of the album, combine a clean, synthetic melody with rusty, bluesy samples. The result is a sound unlike any you'll ever hear, and it's wonderful thing.
Bluesy, sure. But diverse? Definitely. The laid back, smooth "Porcelain" has a little bit (but don't worry -- not too much) of Pop influence. "Bodyrock" has some older rap influence. The haunting, rather sad "My Weakness" is a spine-tingling finish to a masterpiece of techno.
This is a great album to listen to sporadically. Listening to it all the way through in one sitting might result in a wild array of mood swings. However, each mood would be explored entirely in each of these songs.
1)Honey- Upbeat, energetic, fun nonsense song. Great opener.
2)Find my Baby- This song just sounds cool. The lyrics aren't anything to speak of but I like the little "woo!" with the great instrumental accompaniment.
3)This Is Goodbye- This song has been used in a lot of movies and TV shows. I actually didn't even know it was by Moby until I bought the album. One of the slower, more meaningful, powerful songs.
4)Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?- Another song with lots of piano. Great mixing of sounds. Kind of like a slow version of "Find my Baby"- repetitive lyrics with a great sound.
5)South Side- Truly a hidden gem. I've never heard this one on the radio but it should be. Great audio effects AND lyrical substance. One of the few spots on the album where Moby manages to achieve this. My personal favorite.
6)Rushing- Slow, boring and pointless. With 18 tracks, you gotta have a few duds here and there. This is one of them.
7)Bodyrock- Probably his most well-known song. It's just great.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There is Techno and then there is Moby. Some may disagree but I'm not sure Play falls clearly into the genre of Techno. Read morePublished 13 days ago by BrianD
I THOUGHT THIS CD HAD A SCRACH BUT MAYBE NOT??? LIKE THE MUSIC!Published 2 months ago by pamela carey
A great sounding cd. I remembering listing to some of his songs when I was younger but I appreciate the songs and the artist a lot more now. I'd highly recommend this cd..Published 4 months ago by Collin
Awesome record that is one of the most important records of all time. At least in my personal developmentPublished 4 months ago by Danny
There's a reason this album was a massive worldwide hit. Listen and you will understand.Published 6 months ago by Klopchik
I bought it because I really LOVE, LOVE his "Flower" song, lol. I haven't listened to the rest of the CD because I just keep playing "Flower" all the time, lol. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sandra Hamer