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Manhattan

''Last Night (Last Night (Moby album))'', an eclectic album of electronic dance music inspired by a night out in his New York neighborhood (the Lower East Side). The singles from ''Last Night'' include "Alice (Alice (Moby song))", "Disco Lies", "I Love to Move in Here", and "Ooh Yeah". The album was recorded in Moby's home studio in Manhattan, New York and features a number of guest vocalists, including Wendy Starland, MC Grandmaster Caz


South Africa

retrieved archive -- archivedate 2006-12-13 With the release of ''Hype'', the band continued to diversify their sound, incorporating calypso (Calypso music), salsa (salsa music), and reggae. Musically ''Hype'' turned out to be their most eclectic album. The band toured internationally throughout 2000. Mid summer the band toured in South Africa,

(magazine) Billboard '' wrote: "''ABBA's auburn-haired songstress makes a bold solo-project a stunning success''" and Mark Coleman described the album in the third edition of Rolling Stone Album Guide as a "''sharp, rock-oriented, delightfully eclectic album''. Audiences around the world also accepted the new, rockier sound and both the album and its lead single soon started climbing the charts; the single became a #1 hit in France (where it spent five weeks at the top


Switzerland

the major countries and performed both the single and other songs from the album on major TV-channels. The album received positive reviews by critics. ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'' wrote: "''ABBA's auburn-haired songstress makes a bold solo-project a stunning success''" and Mark Coleman described the album in the third edition of Rolling Stone Album Guide as a "''sharp, rock-oriented, delightfully eclectic album''. Audiences around the world also accepted the new


Australia

went to all the major countries and performed both the single and other songs from the album on major TV-channels. The album received positive reviews by critics. ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'' wrote: "''ABBA's auburn-haired songstress makes a bold solo-project a stunning success''" and Mark Coleman described the album in the third edition of Rolling Stone Album Guide as a "''sharp, rock-oriented, delightfully eclectic album''. Audiences around the world also accepted


France

a bold solo-project a stunning success''" and Mark Coleman described the album in the third edition of Rolling Stone Album Guide as a "''sharp, rock-oriented, delightfully eclectic album''. Audiences around the world also accepted the new, rockier sound and both the album and its lead single soon started climbing the charts; the single became a #1 hit in France (where it spent five weeks at the top), Belgium, Switzerland and Costa Rica, and reached the Top 10 elsewhere


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