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8 thoughts on “ Moby - Ooh Yeah (CD)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cardboard CD release of Ooh Yeah on Discogs. Label: Mute - PCDMUTE • Format: CD Single, Promo Cardboard • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: House, Electro. Moby: Ooh Yeah /5(9).
  2. [citation needed] The low sales might also be attributed to Moby's US label, V2, getting out of the record making business. This forced him to rely only on UK label Mute's limited distribution and promotion. [citation needed] "I Love to Move in Here" was released on July 1, and the album's final single, "Ooh Yeah", was released on November Genre: Electronic dance music.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Moby - Ooh Yeah at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Moby collection/5(21).
  4. Ooh Yeah (Jeremy Wheatley Radio Mix) Ooh Yeah (Kris Menace Remix) Ooh Yeah (Uncle Buck Remix) Ooh Yeah (Chopstick Remix) Ooh Yeah (D. Ramirez Haunted Playground Remix) Ooh Yeah (Tommie Sunshine's Class Of '89 Dub).
  5. The "Ooh Yeah" music video was directed by Matteo uses the shortened radio mix instead of the longer album version (like many of Moby's videos). It starts out on the set of a pornography video shoot. People are getting ready and rushing around while the director is smoking and the makeup artist is applying makeup to some of the porn stars (whose names are Angelica La Lapin (Angel.
  6. "Ooh Yeah" is my favorite song on the CD and a great way to start the album. Unfortunately, nothing else in the album is able to top it, although "Disco Lies" gets my nod for being the closest. Ich habe auch erst vor kurzem zufällig von dieser Moby CD erfahren und habe den Kauf in keinster Weise bereut. Ich finde auch, dass es eine /5(90).
  7. In , Moby signed with Mute Records (Elektra in North America) and released an EP titled Move. He then released his first album on Mute Records (Elektra in North America), Everything Is Wrong, in Early copies in the UK and Germany came with a special bonus CD called Underwater. Moby released a punk rock album, Animal Rights, in
  8. The discography of American musician Moby consists of fifteen studio albums, one live album, ten compilation albums, six remix albums, three video albums, four extended plays, seventy-two singles, ninety-six music videos, and four remixes.

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