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Moby — Southside
Album: Play
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6.7

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Total ratings: 80









Released: 1999
Length: 3:38
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ArbiterOfGoodTaste wrote:
Just not that good, except for the bridge. I like the majority of Play better than this song, with the exception of Bodyrock.
Yup, and adding her made it even worse...
Yes, the original version was missing something. No, that something was not gwen stefani.
This should be called: "When I forgot about my talent and learned to embrace selling out (and Gwen Stefani)." Moby has done some great songs. This isn't one of them.
zaknafein wrote:
The version you're used to was the original released on the first run of the disc. After the Southside single came out with Gwen on it, they relreleased the album with that version.
I'm glad I got the album with the original version.
ArbiterOfGoodTaste wrote:
Just not that good, except for the bridge. I like the majority of Play better than this song, with the exception of Bodyrock.
.... and i don't even like the bridge. that's about the most unimaginitive guitar solo i've ever heard.
Just not that good, except for the bridge. I like the majority of Play better than this song, with the exception of Bodyrock.
GaryG wrote:
This is a different version than that on Play (backing singer; more guitar). Where's it from? I don't see it listed on The B-Sides.
The version you're used to was the original released on the first run of the disc. After the Southside single came out with Gwen on it, they relreleased the album with that version.
Some Gwen is always welcome, IMO.
Is that Eminem singing background vocals?
This is a different version than that on Play (backing singer; more guitar). Where's it from? I don't see it listed on The B-Sides.
I prefer the original album version of this cut. (sans Gwen Stefani)
Always good to have another Moby track on the Playlist! :music:
Not good. And I mean that in a Polyphonic Spree kind of way.