Moby has set an Oct. 24 release for the V2 collection "Go: The Very Best Of," which will include a disc of hits and a second featuring remixes. The album features the previously unreleased "New York,
Moby has set an Oct. 24 release for the V2 collection "Go: The Very Best Of," which will include a disc of hits and a second featuring remixes. The album features the previously unreleased "New York, New York," with vocals from Blondie's Debbie Harry.
"It's a song about degeneracy and debauchery in New York City, and I'm incredibly honored and happy to have Debbie Harry doing the vocals," Moby writes on his Web site. "I kind of wanted it to sound like ABBA meets the Pet Shop Boys."
Beyond hits like "South Side," "Honey" and "Natural Blues," "Go" also includes a new mix of its title song, which brought Moby to national prominence in 1992. The remix disc sports reworkings by Ferry Corsten, Timo Maas, Tiesto, Jason Nevins, Mylo and Steve Agnello, among others.
As previously reported, Moby will make a rare DJ appearance Sept. 22 as part of the Ultra NY event at New York's Central Park. "I will invariably be put to shame by the other DJs who actually know what they're doing but it should be fun nonetheless," he writes.
Here is the track list for "Go: The Very Best of Moby":
"Go" (2006 mix)
"We Are All Made of Stars"
"Dream About Me"
"New York, New York"
"In This World"
"Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?"
"In My Heart" (new mix)
"Lift Me Up"
"Feeling So Real" (live)
"God Moving Over the Face of the Waters"
"Body Rock" (Olav Basoski mix)
"Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?" (Ferry Corsten mix)
"Natural Blues (Perfecto dub mix)
"South Side" (Pete Heller Park Lane dub mix)
"We Are All Made of Stars" (Timo Maas mix)
"Extreme Ways" (Tiesto mix)
"Jam for the Ladies" (Jason Nevins mix)
"Lift Me Up" (Mylo mix)
"Raining Again" (Steve Agnello mix)
"Dream About Me" (Booka Shade mix)
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