Moby - I Like To Score

Sunday 1st February 1998
Moby - I Like To Score
Moby - I Like To Score

STYLE: Dance/Electronic
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Reviewed by Andy Long

Critics were harsh about Moby's 'Animal Rights' album. Moby was equally critical of them, saying that he felt they didn't understand his attempt to return to his punk roots. Personally I thought it was just not a very good punk rock album. Nice to see him going back to stuff that he's good at. 'I Like To Score' is a collection of Moby's film soundtrack work over the years. Riding on the success of his monster hit with "James Bond Theme" the album brings together music from Heat. Scream. The Fifth Element, The Saint and others. Going back as far as the 1991 club hit "Go" this is a compilation ranging from the ambient and incidental to the anthemic. Like his classic "Everything Is Wrong" this makes perfect late night listening as well as great dance floor material.

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