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Moby — Lie Down In Darkness
Album: Destroyed
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Released: 2011
Length: 4:22
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Mmmmm
Will be no more

Mmmmm x4
Now that you're gone
Now that you're gone
The sun will be no more
Mmmm
The sun, will be, no more
Mmmmm
Will be, no more

Now that you're gone
The sun
Now that you're gone
The sun, will be, no more
Mmmmm
The sun, will be, no more

Mmmmm
The sun, will be, no more
Mmmmm
Will be, no more

Will be no more
Mmmmm
No more
No more
Mmmmm

The sun
Will be, no more
Mmmmm
Will be, no more
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Nobody does detached coolness quite like Moby.
CoYoT51 wrote:
When it sucks, it's Moby.
 
Took the words right out of my keyboard!
When it sucks, it's Moby.
 Proclivities wrote:

I concur; though it did have a good theme song.
 
Oh, no.  Netflix have done it again ...  More nonsensical time filler for people with too much time on their hands.
 dwhayslett wrote:

I believe it's entirely impossible for anything to be an insult to the original Lost in Space.

 
I concur; though it did have a good theme song.
I really enjoy the video that accompanies this track..it's powerful..as is this beautiful piece of music..it also has a bit more wailing vocals during the outro{#Cry}
 moodfood wrote:

why are you yelling? I can hear you all the way out here

 
Probably because he's an oldfart48 and the batteries of his hearing aid are running out?
 DaidyBoy wrote:

There was a Lost In Space movie.  It was rubbish and an insult to the original series.  Didn't even have any Moby in the credits.....

 
I believe it's entirely impossible for anything to be an insult to the original Lost in Space.
Moby.....cooler sock on Earth
This was the background music for Jian Gomeshi's Q intros... I'm creeped out.
 DaidyBoy wrote:

There was a Lost In Space movie.  It was rubbish and an insult to the original series.  Didn't even have any Moby in the credits.....

 
The original series gradually spiraled into the depths of cheesiness. 

And any movie with Mimi Rogers and Heather Graham in tight spacesuits can't be a total loss. 

Heather Graham and Mimi Rogers in still from "Lost in Space" 

Insert overheated comments here:..
Love it. 
Thanks Bill!
 
Love it...better with every listen{#Music}it has soul
Out come the Moby haters again. A bit ho hum this one, even for a fan
 ziakut wrote:
Never heard this before. Really like the atmosphere. If there were ever gonna be a 'Lost In Space' movie...this should be in the closing credits.

 
There was a Lost In Space movie.  It was rubbish and an insult to the original series.  Didn't even have any Moby in the credits.....
 daedalus wrote:
Dreadful.
The backing vocals would fit perfectly in a cheesy ghost movie of the B variety....
 
I'd watch that movie.
 rmsilva wrote:
Classic Moby sound. 

{#Chillpill}

 
True, as with any other Moby song.

They get 2 -> 4, 'coz I don't consume genetically altered food stuffs.



Classic Moby sound. 

{#Chillpill}
 oldfart48 wrote:
SINCE I HAVN'T PLUGED A TV INTO ANY DEVICE  OTHER THAN A VCR.(IN OVER 40 YEARS) NEW MUSIC MUST BE NEW.... RP RULES FOR NEW MUSIC.THIS HOWEVER IS FARELY MUNDANE....

 
why are you yelling? I can hear you all the way out here
Never heard this before. Really like the atmosphere. If there were ever gonna be a 'Lost In Space' movie...this should be in the closing credits.
Been awhile since I bought anything Moby, but really like this. How did I miss?!{#Notworthy}
should be destroyed! pathetic :-(((
SINCE I HAVN'T PLUGED A TV INTO ANY DEVICE  OTHER THAN A VCR.(IN OVER 40 YEARS) NEW MUSIC MUST BE NEW.... RP RULES FOR NEW MUSIC.THIS HOWEVER IS FARELY MUNDANE....
Interesting...

...this is used as the music lead-in to the "slightly downer" intro monologues of CBC program "Q".  (There is also a tune for "upper" monologue... a Radiohead intro looped, Planet Telex - and a "very downer" dirge tune, usually for death of a good person or a good idea)

Some of the monologues are pretty neatly drawn... some, kind of stupid.  But I always try to hear them.

I think the monologues - and the program - may be suffering from saccharine creep.... and so might Moby
Wow, I just realized I have not bought the last 4 Moby CDs...I have each one before that.  I'd sensed a gradual decline...........Should I?
What a cool, smooth tune ....
 bentonian wrote:

I'm with you, I had no idea he had anything new out. Seems like he was everywhere for a while, including a FANTASTIC James Bond theme, then he faded away. And if you can believe it, that Bond theme came out sixteen years ago...

 
Yes, but he also did some end title music or tracks for the Jason Bourne movies. That was not quite at this level or that of his cuts off Play or Songs, and some of that stuff, jeez, is more than 15 years old already. 
 kingart wrote:
I haven't been keeping up on my current events, err, current CDs. I didn't even know this was out. I got an Amazon gift card for Xmas. Some of it goes to this CD. Thanks, Bill!
 
I'm with you, I had no idea he had anything new out. Seems like he was everywhere for a while, including a FANTASTIC James Bond theme, then he faded away. And if you can believe it, that Bond theme came out sixteen years ago... <sigh of getting older>
Dreadful.
The backing vocals would fit perfectly in a cheesy ghost movie of the B variety....
..reminded me of Bittersweet Symphony a bit with the strings/synths..a real nice piece here (imho)..
I like the album cover - that's how many feel upon entering (what appears to be) a hospital....
 kingart wrote:
I haven't been keeping up on my current events, err, current CDs. I didn't even know this was out. I got an Amazon gift card for Xmas. Some of it goes to this CD. Thanks, Bill!
I miss Moby. He can be a bit pretentious, I can see why he shuts some people down, but a lot of his sound has the smooth, mellow or passionate and evocative groove I really dig. Lush rainy NYC 1 a.m. lounge music that gets to my emotive centers. 

One time I was sitting in a car at Rivington and Allen, just south of E. Houston St., about lunchtime, one of his cuts (Anthem) had just concluded on my CD mix — and he walked right by across the street, talking on his cell phone. Big odds on that. Serendipity!
 
Great story! 

I like his sound, but the cuts I've liked most have sampled great African-American voices and songs that may very well have their own great stopping power. Who gets the credit in those cases—the sampled works or Moby for arranging electronica around them?  
I haven't been keeping up on my current events, err, current CDs. I didn't even know this was out. I got an Amazon gift card for Xmas. Some of it goes to this CD. Thanks, Bill!
I miss Moby. He can be a bit pretentious, I can see why he shuts some people down, but a lot of his sound has the smooth, mellow or passionate and evocative groove I really dig. Lush rainy NYC 1 a.m. lounge music that gets to my emotive centers. 

One time I was sitting in a car at Rivington and Allen, just south of E. Houston St., about lunchtime, one of his cuts (Anthem) had just concluded on my CD mix — and he walked right by across the street, talking on his cell phone. Big odds on that. Serendipity!
nice to hear Moby again. I really like how he gets great vocals and uses a range of influences - relaxing calm and expansive
 sssterling wrote:
Love the subtle groove of his work - the repetitiveness makes it meditative and easy to get a lot done while listening - or driving long distances.
 
 
i'm in full agreement. i never used to be a fan until around 1997. now i couldn't tell you what cd of his i like the best. some is just so ambient and perfect...it's great for background, and for driving.
Love the subtle groove of his work - the repetitiveness makes it meditative and easy to get a lot done while listening - or driving long distances.
 
It's not bad but I wouldn't go out of my way to buy it.  Most of his stuff tops out at about a 6 for me.
I'm not that keen on electronica, but between the velvet voice and mellow groove, I'm swaying.
Moby gets such a bad rap, but this is pretty good for new stuff! Solid 8.
Moby some more of this
This sounds good!