Moby - Run On

The famous Moby video - "Run On" was released in 1999. He plays keyboards, guitar, bass and drums. In his early years he played in the hardcore punk bТекст песни:

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Moby – Moby bears little resemblance to a pop star. A bespectacled intellectual, preoccupied with political issues, a consistent vegetarian, and finally, the owner is far from Apollo's appearance. However, his records are sold better than the discs of other boy bands. In his youth, Moby listened to Joy Division and played punk, later became interested in electronics and released a whole series of techno records under various names. The pseudonym Moby (this nickname Richard received in honor of the book "Moby Dick", the author of which, Herman Melville, is a great-nephew) appeared in 1991. His single "Go", based on samples of the theme from the movie "Twin Peaks", hit the top ten of the UK charts, and Moby himself - on the program "Top Of The Pops", but the life of the pop star Moby was not very attractive. He continued to make music for his own pleasure, recording rave, punk, and ambient. Sometimes, as in the case of Everything Is Wrong, his creations were a commercial success, sometimes, like the Animal Rights album, they failed miserably. – Мобы
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The famous Moby video - "Run On" was released in 1999. He plays keyboards, guitar, bass and drums. In his early years he played in the hardcore punk band The Vatican Commandos, but in 1989 he switched from punk to electronic music. Moby's first album was released in 1992 (Moby), which contained 12 techno songs. This album was later reissued under a different title (The Story So Far). Moby's famous songs include: "Extreme ways" (widely popular after being used in The Bourne Identity), "Go", "Porcelain", "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?", "Natural Blues", "Lift Me Up ".

Релиз: Июнь 1999
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