Monday, September 10, 2012
Moby Gets Remixed
At this point in his career, I'm pretty sure that even your grandmother even knows who Moby is. The guy went from being an underground sensation to being the first proper techno superstar. He's seen it all, played it all, and done it all. He was among the first to realize that licensing songs was a quick and easy way to get material out to people who wouldn't normally hear it and make money of top of it all. Remember Play? Everybody does. While his worldwide fame has simmered down his productions have not. If you follow him at all you might remember that Destroyed was a return to form and as if by magic he's recently assembled Destroyed Remixed.
Ok, let’s just get this out of the way very quickly. If you like Moby then you most definitely need Destroyed Remixed. This thing is HUGE in the very truest sense of the word. There's so much material on this set that it's impossible to keep up with. If you were to try and burn it all to disc, you'd need no fewer than FIVE cd's to contain it all. How's that for a remix album? Exactly. Album filler this is not. This is a massive project that contains so much dance music so much earth shattering beat pounding that your feet will fall off. Everyone from Ferry Corsten to your mom makes an appearance here and does a heck of a job while they’re at it. Techno, house, trance, it's all here and in stock and it's almost too much to handle.
Destroyed Remixed is essential it's like a week of night outs all under one roof. If you like to dance, like Moby, or just like massive records then this is the collection for you. The phrase all killer and no filler seems a bit underwhelming when it comes to describing Destroyed Remixed but it would seem to apply. Go get this thing now.