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Innocents

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01
Everything That Rises
4:37
 
02
A Case for Shame
Artist: Moby with Cold Specks
6:04
 
03
Almost Home
Artist: Moby with Damien Jurado
6:00
 
04
Going Wrong
3:43
 
05
The Perfect Life
Artist: Moby with Wayne Coyne
6:02
 
06
The Last Day
Artist: Moby with Skylar Grey
4:40
 
07
Don't Love Me
Artist: Moby with Inyang Bassey
4:19
 
08
A Long Time
4:30
 
09
Saints
4:34
 
10
Tell Me
Artist: Moby with Cold Specks
5:32
 
11
The Lonely Night
Artist: Moby with Mark Lanegan
4:53
 
12
The Dogs
9:23
 
Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 64:17

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Interview: Moby

By Michelangelo Matos, Contributor

[To celebrate the release of his 11th studio album, Innocents, we invited Moby to take control of eMusic's editorial for a week. Below is our exclusive interview with him, and he also picked his 10 favorite albums on eMusic. Moby asked us to interview Cold Specks as part of his takeover — you can read that here — and we also resurrected our interview with the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne, who sings on Innocents. —… more »

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Moby’s eMusic Picks

By Michelangelo Matos, Contributor

[To celebrate the release of his 11th studio album, Innocents, we invited Moby to take control of eMusic's editorial for a week. You can read our exclusive interview with him here. Moby asked us to interview Cold Specks as part of his takeover — you can read that here — and we also resurrected Ryan Reed's interview with the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne, who sings on Innocents. And below, he reveals his 10 favorite albums… more »

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Who Is…Lone

By Michelangelo Matos, Contributor

The most alluring dance music of the 21st century sounds a hell of a lot like the early part of the last decade of the 20th. There are many reasons for this, but maybe the biggest is Matt Cutler, the Nottingham-bred producer who calls himself Lone. He emerged in the late '00s as one of a long line of laptop-IDM producers with a J Dilla fixation. But 2008's Lemurian, his first release of note, is… more »