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Moby — Porcelain
Album: Play
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Total ratings: 3247









Released: 1999
Length: 3:58
Plays (last 30 days): 3
Hey, Hey, Hey... Woman, it's alright
Hey, Hey, Hey... Woman, it's alright

In my dreams I'm dying all the time
Then I wake its kaleidoscopic mind
I never meant to hurt you, I never meant to lie
So this is goodbye, this is goodbye

Hey, Hey, Hey... Woman, it's alright
Hey, Hey, Hey... Woman, it's alright
Tell the truth you never wanted me (Hey, Hey, Hey...)
Tell me... (Woman, it's alright)

In my dreams I'm jealous all the time
Then I wake I'm going out of my mind, going out of my mind

Hey, Hey, Hey... Woman, it's alright
Hey, Hey, Hey... Woman, it's alright
Hey, Hey, Hey... Woman, it's alright
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 xray38 wrote:
Driving through Toronto on the expressway, very late one one hot sticky August night. Windows wide open, this song cranked.  Everything came together at that moment. 



 . . . .  See your License , registration & proof of insurance please . . . .


 xray38 wrote:
Driving through Toronto on the expressway, very late one one hot sticky August night. Windows wide open, this song cranked.  Everything came together at that moment

 
Driving through Toronto on the expressway, very late one one hot sticky August night. Windows wide open, this song cranked.  Everything came together at that moment.
DICK
I think I was around 11 years old. Holiday, south of France. In the car waiting for my parents that were visiting a 'supermarché'. Trying to find something good on the local radio stations. Between al the french talkshows, french local music and europop suddenly this...
It's still engraved in my memory. I knew this was Moby from the first seconds I heard it and was really glad to hear a new track. Trying to listen very carefully while my brother and sisters were arguing in the car. I wanted to hear every detail. Still see the french people walking by hoping that it would take while for my parents to finish shopping.

Edit: It appears I must have been 17... Screwed up memories...
Could someone tell me the piano part he samples?  It's so beautiful.
some songs you just don't need the see the lyrics, just close eyes and indulge in some reverie..........
"Bæ! Bæ! Bæ! Is all I want."
-Moby




 Danes get the joke, everyone else needs to google it. 
Seems like a lot of Moby on RP lately: 

Moby: Total plays this month (main channel): 47
Less moby the better not my cup of tea
Close your eyes and Fly,great:10

Hey, Hey, Hey... Woman, it's alright

I hear that as - Mmm......  Mmm. Doooooooobar! (...)
 pawlakandrzej wrote:
Listen to the song Kazik - "Upał" (1993)
Moby - "Porcelain" is from 1999

Any similarities? Based on the first 5 seconds, I’d say no.  I couldn’t haddle much more
 

Featured on the soundtrack “The Beach” and visiting an island very near to where it was filmed this song has many memories for me.  It is hopefully something that I will hear when I enter the pearly gates.
Listen to the song Kazik - "Upał" (1993)
Moby - "Porcelain" is from 1999

Any similarities? 
Mobys talent as a musician is evident. I just wish he left his singing in the shower.
VERY pleasant sound!
 Proclivities wrote:


I assume you're being somewhat tongue-in-cheek, but talent and diet are not really connected you know.
 

No....but ultimately awareness, consciousness and talent are. Hence the connection is fundamentally valid. 
Hot!! Very inspiring since I was a child. Hi mom!
{#Music}

 Proclivities wrote:


I assume you're being somewhat tongue-in-cheek, but talent and diet are not really connected you know.
 
As a proponent of Veganism, I'm guessing he was being more 'tofu-in-cheek' than tongue-in-cheek. ;-)
 SquiddlyDiddly wrote:
You see? Thrives as a vegan and can still produce excellent music. 

Proof you don't need to consume animal flesh or secretions to be talented.

 

I assume you're being somewhat tongue-in-cheek, but talent and diet are not really connected you know.
 SquiddlyDiddly wrote:
You see? Thrives as a vegan and can still produce excellent music. 

Proof you don't need to consume animal flesh or secretions to be talented.

 
You see? Thrives as a vegan and can still produce excellent music. 

Proof you don't need to consume animal flesh or secretions to be talented.

Beh!
Beh!
Beh!
Beh!
 Will62 wrote:
Simply beautifully

 
Perfect 10
 You Know Who You Are

We’ve cut our teeth on the gristle of a broken heart,
We’ve made changes we didn’t plan,
Our next love will always be our last,
like horizons that recede into the past
the manicure is no sinecure for the ones we leave behind.

lizardking wrote:

Again, the power of memories associated with music is intense.  This CD was in my good friend's car stereo the night we adventured to parts unknown in Seattle's Beacon Hill to attend a "minority advocate" meeting.  My friend (K.A.Z.) and I almost hooked-up* several times in the several years we knew each other; alas the timing was always off!  She was single when I wasn't and vice-versa.  And since I actually liked her, versus having only lust, I was unwilling to "cheat" with her. 

Yet, my memories of that evening are strongly punctuated by the playing of this disk in full, with repeated plays of this track, and the bittersweet feeling of a lost love that never was.  ARRRGGG is all I have to say to that.  Long Live RP and PEACE OUT!



 

Again, the power of memories associated with music is intense.  This CD was in my good friend's car stereo the night we adventured to parts unknown in Seattle's Beacon Hill to attend a "minority advocate" meeting.  My friend (K.A.Z.) and I almost hooked-up* several times in the several years we knew each other; alas the timing was always off!  She was single when I wasn't and vice-versa.  And since I actually liked her, versus having only lust, I was unwilling to "cheat" with her. 

Yet, my memories of that evening are strongly punctuated by the playing of this disk in full, with repeated plays of this track, and the bittersweet feeling of a lost love that never was.  ARRRGGG is all I have to say to that.  Long Live RP and PEACE OUT!


 Steely_D wrote:
Palm Desert CA. I'm in the front passenger seat and Dave is driving. Wives in the back seat gossiping. We've got KCRW on the radio and this is on, right after it was released.
It's pitch black out there where the car beams don't illuminate, but we can sometimes see cacti or other intermittent plants zoom by as the light hits them.

It's after a wonderful dinner and I've had more than one martini.
We speed through the night with this as the soundtrack.  

 
Oh yeah! {#Cheers}
 Steely_D wrote:
Palm Desert CA. I'm in the front passenger seat and Dave is driving. Wives in the back seat gossiping. We've got KCRW on the radio and this is on, right after it was released.
It's pitch black out there where the car beams don't illuminate, but we can sometimes see cacti or other intermittent plants zoom by as the light hits them.

It's after a wonderful dinner and I've had more than one martini.
We speed through the night with this as the soundtrack.  

 
This comment's worth a 10.

Shades of Kerouac...


 Steely_D wrote:
Palm Desert CA. I'm in the front passenger seat and Dave is driving. Wives in the back seat gossiping. We've got KCRW on the radio and this is on, right after it was released.
It's pitch black out there where the car beams don't illuminate, but we can sometimes see cacti or other intermittent plants zoom by as the light hits them.

It's after a wonderful dinner and I've had more than one martini.
We speed through the night with this as the soundtrack.  

 
{#Good-vibes}
Palm Desert CA. I'm in the front passenger seat and Dave is driving. Wives in the back seat gossiping. We've got KCRW on the radio and this is on, right after it was released.
It's pitch black out there where the car beams don't illuminate, but we can sometimes see cacti or other intermittent plants zoom by as the light hits them.

It's after a wonderful dinner and I've had more than one martini.
We speed through the night with this as the soundtrack.  
Simply beautifully
 legacyofrob827 wrote:
honestly thinking about giving this song my first 10... just discovered this app i have 1 radio station i listen to wtts in indiana its pretty good for indie stuff mostly i have really good taste but never heard this and even gave other songs in my mp3 player or phone sd for gym a 9 so any objections?...
 
Go ahead! If you want to hear more like this (although not as good, mostly), get CDs "All Songs Considered" and "All Songs Considered 2" from NPR, which is where I first heard this (on the radio in Minneapolis). LMK if you're interested in more info re the CDs.
Recognizing Moby seems to be one of those love/hate artists;

If you fall in the camp of liking his sound there is much, including this song, that is/was ahead of its time. Perhaps may even prove timeless?
honestly thinking about giving this song my first 10... just discovered this app i have 1 radio station i listen to wtts in indiana its pretty good for indie stuff mostly i have really good taste but never heard this and even gave other songs in my mp3 player or phone sd for gym a 9 so any objections?...
 user4176 wrote:

In Austria it is 312 EUR / yr which equals roughly 340 $ at the time. Similar conditions apply. For the privilege of watching dumb casting shows and advertising. And trust me, BBC is *far* above anything quality-wise than what we get here.

Can't share your opinion on Moby, though.

 
I use a DVR and skip the ads and only watch sports live, my fav is NFL Redzone - 7 hrs of football without commercials.
Quality is the best it has ever been and the quantity way exceeds what is reasonable to watch.  Much less healthy.

Paying for it is at your own budget/discretion, but taxes are in abundance on the bill.  
However, nothing like the cost you guys mention.

I can take or leave Moby.
  
 stunix wrote:

In the UK we pay $225 bucks a year per household for a tv licence which they say pays for the BBC.   It is a criminal offence (not a civil offence) to avoid paying if you have the ability to recieve a tv signal on a tv, vcr, pc, phone, etc.  If you are completely blind, you only pay half!!.  On top of that you then have all the other bills for commercial channels.    There are "free to air" channels but they are very heavy on the adverts and generally show very cheap tv like "Bob Ross" or "I love Lucy". 

 I wish I could "tune out". In our house when adverts come on someone reaches over and presses mute. I do the same with Moby.

 
In Austria it is 312 EUR / yr which equals roughly 340 $ at the time. Similar conditions apply. For the privilege of watching dumb casting shows and advertising. And trust me, BBC is *far* above anything quality-wise than what we get here.

Can't share your opinion on Moby, though.
It was a 75 degree summer night at an outdoor stadium in St. Paul. A light breeze blowing across the crowd at dusk with a full moon rising above the stage. Moby took the stage with an amazing sound and light show that for my wife and me was totally unexpected having never before seen him live. Truly a mind blowing and mind sticking experience. Would love to be able to re-live that nite. {#Clap}{#Clap}
 ChrisVIII wrote:
This never age ! forever a 10 :) I love this album {#Hearteyes}

 
+1
 DavidS_UK wrote:
How did this man achieve this level of quality, clarity and pure melody?
IMHO his work is as good as anything done by Lennon or McCartney, just in a different time and dimension.

Oh wow, and now it is being followed by Lennon - Instant Karma, and guess what,,, Moby's was so much better.

 
You need a new set of ears and a real measurement stick. Very funny comment
"mobile" ? 

or what is that background vocal singing? 
How did this man achieve this level of quality, clarity and pure melody?
IMHO his work is as good as anything done by Lennon or McCartney, just in a different time and dimension.

Oh wow, and now it is being followed by Lennon - Instant Karma, and guess what,,, Moby's was so much better.
This never age ! forever a 10 :) I love this album {#Hearteyes}
 Oschpele ! concrete she meant glass porcelain hoppala.
Bliss
I simply adore this song! 
Godlike{#Music}
 stunix wrote:
 If you are completely blind, you only pay half!!.  
 
Complete liberal government logic.
 rdo wrote:

I recall reading an article about him taking a lot of flack, from David Gray in particular, about selling his songs like that.  It does not bother me in the least.  This is one of the best CDs ever.  I will never understand how the intrinsic quality of a song can be altered because it is played on a commercial.  I hate commercials, I never watch them, I just tune them out, but thanks to them we have TV programs.
 
In the UK we pay $225 bucks a year per household for a tv licence which they say pays for the BBC.   It is a criminal offence (not a civil offence) to avoid paying if you have the ability to recieve a tv signal on a tv, vcr, pc, phone, etc.  If you are completely blind, you only pay half!!.  On top of that you then have all the other bills for commercial channels.    There are "free to air" channels but they are very heavy on the adverts and generally show very cheap tv like "Bob Ross" or "I love Lucy". 

 I wish I could "tune out". In our house when adverts come on someone reaches over and presses mute. I do the same with Moby.


Never ages.
A Moby's tune I can tolerate. Gave it a 5. Best rate I've ever done to his stuff.
 The_Walrus wrote:

You're right, it's been used extensively in commercials for the likes of Volkswagen, Bosch, France telecoms etc etc. Of course that was in UK/Europe so it may not be the case in the USofA. Also featured in the film "The Beach"

 
I recall reading an article about him taking a lot of flack, from David Gray in particular, about selling his songs like that.  It does not bother me in the least.  This is one of the best CDs ever.  I will never understand how the intrinsic quality of a song can be altered because it is played on a commercial.  I hate commercials, I never watch them, I just tune them out, but thanks to them we have TV programs.
Had to look and see who this was 'cause I can barely hear it with all the noise in the house today (getting new windows)... and golly gee, I just bought it yesterday through your hookup to Itunes
 coolpeople_rule wrote:
I like Moby because he's not a Dick.

 
{#Biggrin} That's funny...

Abstract Moby --->

 rdo wrote:

A lot of the tracks from Play were in commercials.  I do not recall this one being in one, but it would not surprise me if it was.
 
You're right, it's been used extensively in commercials for the likes of Volkswagen, Bosch, France telecoms etc etc. Of course that was in UK/Europe so it may not be the case in the USofA. Also featured in the film "The Beach"
Moby that I like {#Yes}
 Lauriea wrote:
is this song from a commercial, i know i have heard it before

 
A lot of the tracks from Play were in commercials.  I do not recall this one being in one, but it would not surprise me if it was.
is this song from a commercial, i know i have heard it before
 Hasan wrote:
Eeeew.  There's something creepy, slimey about this guy — like how I felt when I sat on a slug on the toilet seat in a the middle of the night.

{#Grumpy}


 
Ok, thasit Hasan.  You are officially numero
uno on my shit list.  ;)   Looking through your 10 list now.  LOL.  It's go time.
This song reminds me of happy times with my wife.  {#Daisy}
 kingart wrote:
Classic NYC lounge music! In the late '90s, Moby popped up in the rotation of every other LES or E Village hipster hangout I strolled into.
And on the other side of the country, as I drove along the western edge of Lake Mead some 5 years ago, on a cloudless night in a hot rental car with a sun roof, as God Moving Over the Face of the Water blasted from my CD, I had a taste of heaven. 

 

A perfect moment to be savored and reflected upon...priceless!  ;)
I like Moby because he's not a Dick.
 k-man wrote:

For me, there are no less than a hundred, but close to the top of my list is Come Together.
I don't know, I just find it wicked in so many ways...

 
Coming together is so fabulously wicked in so many ways...
e cleab ziggytrix wrote:

That is incorrect.  Moby is a fairly proficient guitarist and a singer in additional to being an extremely proficient producer.

On this track he's singing the bulk of the vocals.  Clearly not the "hey hey woman" part, that's Pilar, but the verses are Moby.

 

Let's be clear....he's not singing....he's talking.

I still like it....always have.Good video too.


Just bumped this from a 7 to a 9.    This will last a hundred years.
 
 kingart wrote:
Classic NYC lounge music! In the late '90s, Moby popped up in the rotation of every other LES or E Village hipster hangout I strolled into.
And on the other side of the country, as I drove along the western edge of Lake Mead some 5 years ago, on a cloudless night in a hot rental car with a sun roof, as God Moving Over the Face of the Water blasted from my CD, I had a taste of heaven. 

 
Back when hipster hangouts were at least semi-cool. Not quite the filthy dives of the 80s but better than whatever Greenpoint or Williamsburg is producing these days. People say New York changed after 9/11 and I would have to agree. But it didn't change over night, it changed slowly, choked by Bloomberg's preferential treatment of the rich and indifference to the working poor. New York's moderates and conservatives are ready to anoint whichever progressive Democrat wins the Mayor's race the new David Dinkins. But like Dinkins, whoever inherits that city will have inherited a declining metropolis.  

Only moved away three months ago but man am I homesick. Say hello to the Beacon Theater for me.


 Hasan wrote:
Eeeew.  There's something creepy, slimey about this guy — like how I felt when I sat on a slug on the toilet seat in a the middle of the night.

{#Grumpy}


 
If you've got slugs on your toilet seat I'd suggest you have far greater problems than Moby.  
Gorgeous. Piano conjures shades of "La Wally" to me...very evocative.
Classic. So many memories! {#Sunny}
 Hasan wrote:
Eeeew.  There's something creepy, slimey about this guy — like how I felt when I sat on a slug on the toilet seat in a the middle of the night.

{#Grumpy}


 
That's a ridiculous comment. Kind of hard to hear what's creepy and slimey in this piece. Or what you infer about the "guy" on hearing it.  For me, most of Moby is quite enjoyable. Often inspired and inspiring. 
Eeeew.  There's something creepy, slimey about this guy — like how I felt when I sat on a slug on the toilet seat in a the middle of the night.

{#Grumpy}

 k-man wrote:

I suppose you gave this a 10?

Makes me wonder, what was the song of the last millennium? I'm curious to hear different ideas.

For me, there are no less than a hundred, but close to the top of my list is Come Together.
I don't know, I just find it wicked in so many ways...

 
I would have to say that would be the song Let Down by Radiohead.   This is my favorite Moby song and a certain candidate for the best song of this new millenium.  Another candidate would be the first track off the CD Lift Your Skinny Fists to Heaven Like Antennas by GYBE.
just beautiful! doesnt matter if its overplayed, that cant change the value of music... 
inspired that cant be underestimated 
 rdo wrote:

Song of the millenium?

 
I suppose you gave this a 10?

Makes me wonder, what was the song of the last millennium? I'm curious to hear different ideas.

For me, there are no less than a hundred, but close to the top of my list is Come Together.
I don't know, I just find it wicked in so many ways...
 rdo wrote:

Song of the millenium?

(the new one) 

 

I really hope not. It seems to me to be a terrible shame to think that we've reached a peak in any field that will not be beaten for a thousand years.

Not a bad song, but I hope to hear music I enjoy far more over whatever proportion of this millennium is allotted to me by fate.


  {#Jump}

Song of the millenium?

(the new one) 


This is now as a "classic". Excellent, Overplayed, but that's not mr. Melville's fault
...this brings tears in my eyes.......hearing it while cutting onions in the kitchen at max.vol.............perfect.....{#Bounce}
 TJS wrote:


I've listened to quite a bit, actually, but I've found most of his music to be bland, boring and "meh".
 
haven't heard much of note lately (new)


 djblitz wrote:

Clearly, you haven't listened to enough Moby.  
 

I've listened to quite a bit, actually, but I've found most of his music to be bland, boring and "meh".
 jlind wrote:

I'm pretty sure all of his music is mixed from other sources than himself.
 
That is incorrect.  Moby is a fairly proficient guitarist and a singer in additional to being an extremely proficient producer.

On this track he's singing the bulk of the vocals.  Clearly not the "hey hey woman" part, that's Pilar, but the verses are Moby.
Beautiful... and timeless!   {#Meditate}
 TJS wrote:
Hey it's Moby's only good song! woohoo!
 
Clearly, you haven't listened to enough Moby.  
Hey it's Moby's only good song! woohoo!
Classic NYC lounge music! In the late '90s, Moby popped up in the rotation of every other LES or E Village hipster hangout I strolled into.
And on the other side of the country, as I drove along the western edge of Lake Mead some 5 years ago, on a cloudless night in a hot rental car with a sun roof, as God Moving Over the Face of the Water blasted from my CD, I had a taste of heaven. 
used to listen to this so much, hasn't dated for me - thank you Bill for a great set
Rich's stuff has always been well thought-through, nicely crafted and frequently fun...

Mr. Speaker I would like to revise and amend. After having spent some time listening to a bunch of Moby I can honestly admit now that I do actually like a lot of his stuff.  Granted, some of it is a bit pretentious, but other tracks, like this one, are really good compositions (and, of course, Extreme Ways ;^)  ). I've become somewhat of a fan and found that he's good listening while out for a long ride on the motorcycle. See - people can change :^)
NOBODY MAN!
feat. Basement Jaxx? {#Mrgreen}
I've always assumed that he is the only son of a Hollywood producer with way too much money. Can't think of any other reason why he would have gotten any airplay otherwise.

Beh!
Beh!
Beh!
Beh!


 sirdroseph wrote:
Not holding up the more and more I hear it.{#No}
 
Agreed. It can go away for a while.
 
Not holding up the more and more I hear it.{#No}
 dmax wrote:


But this encapsulates a moment in time. That time period in our culture when it was released had a certain sound - and this is that sound.

To me, it's coming home - fairly buzzed - from a wonderful luxurient dinner with my wife and a couple I love. Amazing food, a few martinis, great conversation, and we're driving through the dark empty streets in the Southern CA desert with this on the Cd player. Just enjoying the moment, the company, and this soundtrack.
 
Love it!
I feel like i'm there with you.
 
Sure it's pretty listenable... but it really sounds like noodling around in the studio to me.
Yeah I know there was a time when this album was over played, but hearing it again after a couple years hiatus I'm loving it again.

I wasn't aware that he left Moby Grape.
After years of hearing clips of this on NPR during story interludes, I finally figured out what the song was. Duh for me, but I got the album and I really like it.  (Tell me!)

 DoctorHooey wrote:
I know it's hip to hate Moby but I still really like this song. Great feel and mood to it, plus I like the vocoder thing.
 

But this encapsulates a moment in time. That time period in our culture when it was released had a certain sound - and this is that sound.

To me, it's coming home - fairly buzzed - from a wonderful luxurient dinner with my wife and a couple I love. Amazing food, a few martinis, great conversation, and we're driving through the dark empty streets in the Southern CA desert with this on the Cd player. Just enjoying the moment, the company, and this soundtrack.


Wow Bill's on a roll late on a Friday afternoon (evening here)! Great Music {#Clap}
I can't say how many times I have listened to this recording...{#Meditate}{#Whipit}

{#Bananasplit}
Great vibes .  {#Cool}
Hah hah I was obsessed with this cd when i got my first portable cd player. it was my dads and i thought i would be so cool 'cause i could ask to borrow it and play it for myself  {#Cool}  am still fond of most of the music on it {#Good-vibes}

{#Sunny}{#Yes} gotta admit it was great in its time.WayUpNorth wrote:
The piano makes me think of sunlight shimmering on rippling water.  Ethereal ... I like it. 
 

I know it's hip to hate Moby but I still really like this song. Great feel and mood to it, plus I like the vocoder thing.
The piano makes me think of sunlight shimmering on rippling water.  Ethereal ... I like it. 
 shutter wrote:

Uhhhhh, isn't that an oxymoron?

 

no



 wferrier wrote:
This is the best of the Best Of Moby.
 
Uhhhhh, isn't that an oxymoron?
(just perpetuating the general theme here ;^) )

....Dick  -   7.
andrewimft wrote:
LOL. "I heard somewhere" is the new stupid, where any rumor can be put out with no factual backing... 'Course I can tell you're just making an absurd joke with a play on his name... and Moby Dick. Good one. Due to my sexual preference, I have no interest in seeing any of such a thing or anything like it. If he has a sister, I'd be much more interested. Unfortunately, I didn't turn up anything desirable this way: (click here)
Only canines, and stuffed canines, sigh.

Yep "I read somewhere" is also a popular one....when trying to win an argument people so often say "I read somewhere" to some how endorse their point.

As for Moby's sister...forgive me but there would have to be very little family resemblance to float my boat...that and a full head of hair and a full set of...well you get the picture.
From memory there's plenty of fine looking gals in your neck of the woods.


I like Moby as a producer.  I don't like his voice. Not one bit.  Stop sing/talking (stalking?) Moby.  Please!
This song has made my "Death CD."
The one that I've made for friends to take with them from the Funeral Home ala the Mass Card.

EssexTex wrote:
I heard that he and some of his friends like to walk around social functions with their "old men" hanging out of their pants...how many people out there have seen Moby's dick? :shifty: :eek:
LOL. "I heard somewhere" is the new stupid, where any rumor can be put out with no factual backing... 'Course I can tell you're just making an absurd joke with a play on his name... and Moby Dick. Good one. Due to my sexual preference, I have no interest in seeing any of such a thing or anything like it. If he has a sister, I'd be much more interested. Unfortunately, I didn't turn up anything desirable this way: (click here) Only canines, and stuffed canines, sigh.
Yet another artist the too cool for their own shoes people here have decided is uncool, with no rational reason other than now it's not cool with the too cool people. Like Coldplay, Snow Patrol, REM, U2 etc. Fortunately the comment board isn't reflective of the overall ratings, so we can continue to hear a variety of music. I've never much liked Moby, but this particular tune has a nice feel to it, kind of meditative and pleasant. I can imagine dolphins swimming underwater, a beautiful day with the warm sun in the sky, and someone humming a pretty tune on a boat while I float along restfully with a nice mixed drink and watch the few clouds pass by.
First song I ever downloaded on Napster -- the GOOD one, not the "new and improved version". Ah, the simplicities of the past.
jbtidwell wrote:
Hmmmm - with all of the camera phones and web sites like "D-Listed" I would think there'd be pictures if this were true.
I think EssexTex is confused with all the people who read Moby's PR rants and think "what a dick". That said, I must confess I, like everyone else in the Western World, went through a Moby-phase when Play came out. I still like his stuff but it doesn't seem as cool now.