Moby ‎– Move

Elektra ‎– 9 61568-2, Elektra ‎– 61568-2
CD, EP, Ecopak

Companies, etc.



All songs published by Little Idiot Music, BMI.
Track 1 engineered at Soundtrack Studios.

Track 1 is an edit of the full 6:24 track, released elsewhere.

Dedicated to Frederick L. Olmstead & Calvert Vaux.

℗ & © 1993 Elektra Entertainment

4-panel Eco™ Flp Pak, color print exterior and interior.
Disc tray: black.
CD: color print.
Enclosed: 9cm circular sticker with a grey background and a purple Moby logo, with cat# 61568-2.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 7559-61568-2 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 075596156820
  • Barcode (Matrix area, Code 39): 018906
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 2 61568-2 RE-1 SRC**01
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 2 61568-2 RE-2 01
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): [SRC logo] 2 61568-2 RE-1 SRC**01 M2S1

Other Versions (5 of 35) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDMUTE 158 Moby Move(CD, EP) Mute CDMUTE 158 UK 1993 Sell This Version
L12 MUTE 158, L12MUTE 158 Moby Move - The Mixes(12") Mute, Mute L12 MUTE 158, L12MUTE 158 UK 1993 Sell This Version
61568-4 Moby Move(Cass, Ltd, Promo, Dol) Elektra 61568-4 US 1993 Sell This Version
96 15684 Moby Move(Cass, EP, Dol) Elektra 96 15684 Canada 1993 Sell This Version
INT 126.764, 12MUTE 158 Moby Move - The E.P.(12", EP) Mute, Mute INT 126.764, 12MUTE 158 Germany 1993 Sell This Version



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October 14, 2017

As reviewed by me on August 29, 1993:

The first of many more Moby releases on Elektra, the "Move" EP is diverse and energetic, a refreshing change from his Ambient album which received mixed reviews on the net. The title track is an upbeat, poppy soon-to-be-number-1 club cut complete with a real wailing diva (not sampled). The people I've talked to either like it or hate it. "All That I Need.." is a fast trancey number with a 303; "Morning Dove" is fairly decent tribal; "Move (Disco Threat)" is a clubbier, even more uptempo version of "Move" but unfortunately not that good; "Unloved Symphony" is a great combination of breakbeat, trance, and—get this—melody, at least in parts; and the last track is actually an impressive attempt at ambient. It really would've been nice to hear it on the Ambient album instead of.. well, never mind. Overall, well worth it for Moby fans. There are some good tracks for the clubs, but I wouldn't expect to hear these at a rave, at least not around here... these songs just aren't, um, serious enough. They're good, and danceable, just not intensely so.

Summary: 8/10. Best Moby offering all year, diverse but suffers somewhat from bandwagonitis.