Moby ‎– Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?

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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? (ATB Remix)
Remix – ATB
6:43
B1 Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? (Ferry Corsten Remix)
Remix – Ferry Corsten
6:41
B2 Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? (Sharp Roadster Club Edit)
Engineer [Mix] – Kevin WhiteRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – The Sharp Boys
6:12

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Published by Little Idiot Music/Warner Tamerlane (BMI).
B1 remixed for Dance Therapy Productions.

℗ 1999 Mute Records Limited
© 1999 Mute Records Limited
Made in Great Britain
B2 Remixed for Sharp Productions/Diesel Productions.

Side A plays at 45 RPM & side B plays at 33 ⅓ RPM.

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  • Barcode: 5 016025 202300
  • Label Code: LC 5834

Other Versions (5 of 26) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PL12 MUTE 255 Moby Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?(12", Promo) Mute PL12 MUTE 255 UK 2000 Sell This Version
none Moby Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?(CD, Single, Enh, Promo) Mute none Taiwan 1999 Sell This Version
CDMUTE230, CDMute230 Moby Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?(CD, Single, Enh) Mute, Playground Music Scandinavia CDMUTE230, CDMute230 Scandinavia 1999 Sell This Version
CDMUTE230, CDMute230 Moby Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?(CD, Single, Enh, CD1) Mute, Mute CDMUTE230, CDMute230 Portugal 1999 Sell This Version
P12MUTE230 Moby Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? (Promo 1)(12", Promo) Mute P12MUTE230 UK 1999 Sell This Version

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Habitak_Berlin

Habitak_Berlin

September 26, 2011

Even though it has been overplayed to death in the years until now, I really loved the original version of this song when it was released. These remixes however are among the worst that have ever been authorized for any Moby track, or any track at all. ATB and Ferry Corsten each pull their standard commercial trance formulas - the former with softer beats and his trademark sound, the annoying autotuned guitar; the latter with overly dramatic strings and synth stabs. In both cases, the vocal sample sounds totally out of place, making these mixes rather cacophonic experiences. The Sharp Boys' mix is the only one on this 12" that is even remotely listenable, but just as the other remixers, they didn't put any effort into their version. If you have ever heard one of their remixes, you'll know exactly how this one is going to sound: assembly line hardhouse without any originality. If you're looking for dancefloor friendly versions of this song, I'd advise you to go for the Subsonic Legacy and Red Jerry Mixes.