Moby ‎– Everytime You Touch Me

Mute ‎– CDMUTE176
CD, Single

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1 Everytime You Touch Me (Beatmasters 7" Mix)
Engineer [Mix] – James ReynoldsRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – The Beatmasters
2 The Blue Light Of The Underwater Sun 4:22
3 Everytime You Touch Me (Jude Sebastian Mix)
Remix – Jude Sebastian
4 Everytime You Touch Me (Freestyle Mix) 5:54

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Published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd.
Track 1 mixed at Roundhouse Studios, London.
℗ 1995 Mute Records Limited
© 1995 Mute Records Limited
Made in Great Britain

Jude Sebastian (track 3) is a Moby remix competition winner.
Packaging includes a form for ordering the Mute Bank mail order catalogue.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016025 601769
  • Barcode (String): 5016025601769
  • Matrix / Runout: B5617 CDMUTE 176 · 1:0 .MASTERED. BY NIMBUS

Other Versions (5 of 29) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
INT 826.654, MUTE 176, 7243 4 72345 2 1 Moby Everytime You Touch Me (Further Remixes)(CD, Maxi) Mute, Mute, Mute INT 826.654, MUTE 176, 7243 4 72345 2 1 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
INT 193.061 Moby Everytime You Touch Me(12", Promo) Mute INT 193.061 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
DROHM 007 Moby Everytime You Touch Me(12", Lab) Drohm DROHM 007 Italy 1995 Sell This Version
ED 5725 Moby Everytime You Touch Me(2x12", Promo) Elektra ED 5725 US 1995 Sell This Version
none Moby Everytime You Touch Me (Darwin Remix)(File, MP3, Unofficial, 224) Krafty Recordings none UK 2008


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January 28, 2016
This shouldn't be labeled Freestyle. Just because one of the tracks is named Freestyle Mix doesn't mean its that kind of music.


August 15, 2010

"The Blue Light Of The Underwater Sun" is actually a rework of the track "Ul He Fu" which had been Moby's contribution to the "Mayday - The Judgement Day" compilation.

It starts out as a highly cheesy ambient tune with spoken vocals by Moby in which he tells you to imagine being a dolphin in the sea. After the dolphin in the story is suddenly captured in a fishnet and gets into a panic, a kickdrum and distorted synths start banging around your head, with occasional samples that sound like a dolphin's sqeak. In the end, the hardcore techno section of the song breaks down into an electric guitar solo with a lot of feedback, probably to illustrate the animal's death at the end of his fight for survival.

The whole song concept might seem a bit corny, but it is rather well executed. To me, this is one of Moby's best B-sides because it manages to contain the diversity of musical styles he was engaged in during the mid-90s in just four and a half minutes and turn them into a consistent musical piece.