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Moby — Temptation
Album: Hotel
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5.2

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Total ratings: 61









Released: 2005
Length: 4:49
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Shesdifferent wrote:
Terrible version. Slow intro looses me on the first few beats, doesn't get any better either....... :sleep:
Right
Not bad.. I thought I recognized the lyrics in the first few moments.. and pleased to see I was right... new order. :mrgreen: Its different.. agreed it lacks the energy of the original but this had a sexiness to it that the original didn't.
Terrible version. Slow intro looses me on the first few beats, doesn't get any better either....... :sleep:
this is a poor effort to begin with, but it's all the worse for what it represents: the descent into bland mediocrity of a one-time standout original.
Futureperfect wrote:
I didn't know this song could put me to sleep until today. Terrible cover of a truly great song.
You're right. Moby is not bad but this cover sucks !!! :puke:
I didn't know this song could put me to sleep until today. Terrible cover of a truly great song.
pdhski wrote:
sometimes stripping a song down reveals it's true soul - this one nailed it
Very much in agreement. I didn't know this song had a soul until today. Thanks RP!
Nah. I prefer New Order's version.
It sounds distorded in my speakers ?
BillG wrote:
She's the publicity director for MoveOn.
thanks for the info Bill...what a fantastic organization to work with. card carrying member myself great sultry voice on this gal.
She is Laura Brown, a friend of Moby's and leading lights of the moveon.org organization. Pyro wrote:
What did Bill say about the vocalist regarding Move-On.org?
Pyro wrote:
What did Bill say about the vocalist regarding Move-On.org?
She's the publicity director for MoveOn.
RichardPrins wrote:
A New Order cover too, but without the original's energy... "The singer being active with moveon.org" or something like that...
sometimes stripping a song down reveals it's true soul - this one nailed it
RichardPrins wrote:
A New Order cover too, but without the original's energy...
another pointless cover version...
THIS IS STUNNING.. :sunny.gif:
An interesting take but I much prefer the original.
A New Order cover too, but without the original's energy... Does nothing for me...
What did Bill say about the vocalist regarding Move-On.org?