Moby ‎– 18

Playground Music Scandinavia ‎– CDSTUMM202
CD, Album

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 We Are All Made Of Stars
Vocals – Moby
2 In This World
Vocals – Jennifer Price
3 In My Heart
Vocals – The Shining Light Gospel Choir
4 Great Escape
Vocals – Azure RayWritten-By – Maria Taylor, Orenda Fink
5 Signs Of Love
Vocals – Moby
6 One Of These Mornings
Vocals – Dianne McCaulley
7 Another Woman
Vocals – Barbara LynnWritten-By – Barbara Linda Ozen*
8 Fireworks 2:13
9 Extreme Ways
Vocals – Moby
10 Jam For The Ladies
Vocals – Angie Stone, MC Lyte, Mic GeronimoWritten-By – Angela Stone*, Lana Michele Moorer, Michael McDermon
11 Sunday (The Day Before My Birthday)
Vocals, Written-By – Sylvia Robinson
12 18 4:28
13 Sleep Alone
Vocals – Moby
14 At Least We Tried
Vocals – Freedom Bremner
15 Harbour
Vocals – Sinéad O'Connor
16 Look Back In 2:20
17 The Rafters
Vocals – Lorraine Phillips, Shauna Phillips
18 I'm Not Worried At All
Vocals – The Shining Light Gospel Choir

Companies, etc.


  • Artwork, DesignDavid Calderley
  • Mastered ByTony Dawsey
  • Photography ByDanny Clinch
  • Producer, Engineer, Mixed By, Performer [All Instruments], Liner NotesMoby
  • Written-ByMoby (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 12 to 18), R. Hall* (tracks: 4, 7, 10, 11)


Issued under license from Mute by Playground Music for Scandinavia and the Baltic States.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016025 612024
  • Label Code: LC5834
  • Matrix / Runout: A262059-01 Manufactured by optimal media production
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3702

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDSTUMM202, 5016025612024 Moby 18(CD, Album) Mute, Labels, Virgin CDSTUMM202, 5016025612024 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
CDSTUMM202, 5016025612024 Moby 18(CD, Album) Mute, Labels, Virgin CDSTUMM202, 5016025612024 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
5016025412020 Moby 18(Cass, Album) Mute, Virgin 5016025412020 Indonesia 2002 Sell This Version
63881-27127-2 Moby 18(CD, Album) V2 63881-27127-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
GM - 73756 Moby 18 (New 2002)(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Global Music (4) GM - 73756 Russia 2002 Sell This Version



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March 22, 2009

The problem with this album is that it's too closely related to its predecesor Play: it continues Moby's vocal sampling, his atmospheric grooves, has its own acoustic numbers, it's own reworked hip hop jam, a closing gospel tune, and even the same amount of tracks, not to mention a flood of associated singles. There really is nothing new that this album offers aside from being 'another Moby album'.

Also, while Play and Everything Is Wrong are both extremely eclectic pieces of work both in genre and instrumentation, a-sides and b-sides, the songs in 18 and 18: B-sides are way too similar, using a narrow range of instrumentation and even tempo (for the most part the album sounds like a drum machine, a few keyboards, some pre-recorded strings and vocal samples), and honestly, the vocals and vocalists Moby chose for this project just aren't as interesting as in Play. I won't say Gwen Stefani was the best choise either, but neither is Angie Stone.

But still, even if you chose to see it as 'another Moby album', it's pretty good overall, some good material, especially the few instrumentals (though the song 18 sounds suspiciously like the instrumental Everything Is Wrong). And besides, if you don't care for this album much, it's still way better than Last Night.