MobyLast Night

Label:Mute – CDSTUMM275, Mute – 5099951830724
CD, Album
Genre:Electronic, Pop
Style:House, Downtempo, Synth-pop, Hip Hop


1Ooh Yeah
Featuring, VocalsErin Marszalek, Luci Butler
2I Love To Move In Here
Featuring, VocalsChrissi Poland, Grandmaster Caz
Written-ByGrandmaster Caz
4Everyday It's 19893:40
5Live For Tomorrow
Featuring, VocalsChrissi Poland
Backing VocalsAmelia Rose Zirin Brown
Featuring, VocalsAynzli Jones, S.O.Simple, Smokey (3)
Featuring, VocalsNabila Benladehem*
8I'm In Love
Featuring, VocalsWendy Starland
9Disco Lies
Featuring, VocalsShayna Steele
10The Stars4:21
12Sweet Apocalypse5:18
13Mothers Of The Night3:19
14.1Last Night
Featuring, VocalsSylvia Gordon
Written-BySylvia Gordon
14.3Lucy Vida4:10

Companies, etc.



Issued in a standard jewel case.

The UK release date was postponed to the 12th May but in some other European countries it was released March 31st.

"Degenerates" previously released under title "It's OK".

Track 14 is 9:24 total and contains a hidden track (14.3) at 5:14 after 20 seconds of silence.

℗2008 Mute Records Limited ©2008 Mute Records Limited
Printed in the EU
Made in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 099951 830724
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5099951830724
  • Label Code: LC05834
  • Rights Society (On CD): SDRM BIEM
  • Rights Society (On Back Cover): SDRM biem
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): [Mediamotion logo] WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM 5183072 @ 1 010101
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI LW04
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI AAHY2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): [Mediamotion logo] WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM 5183072 @ 1 010401
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI LW04
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI AAHY3
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): [Mediamotion logo] WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM 5183072 @ 1 010401
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI LW04
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI AAHP8
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 5): [Mediamotion logo] WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM 5183072 @ 1 010102
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 5): IFPI LW04
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 5): IFPI AAHY8

Other Versions (5 of 36)

View All
Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Last Night (CD, Album)MuteTOCP-66772Japan2008
Last Night (CD, Album)Mute9383-2US2008
Recently Edited
Last Night (CDr, Album, Promo)MutenoneEurope2008
Recently Edited
Last Night (2×LP, Album)MuteSTUMM275UK & Europe2008
Recently Edited
Last Night (CD, Album)Mute, MuteFCD STUMM 275, 5099951830700France2008


  • tesslynescholz's avatar
    Just picked this up off a seller on Reddit and was so excited when it arrived in the mail yesterday. I had this album on CD many moons ago and was eager to get it on vinyl after not listening to for awhile, even digitally. Sounds amazing, no frills 2LP standard weight vinyl. No warping or distortion from what I can tell. Pleasantly surprised by the “hidden track” at the end of the title track on side D. I believe it is called Lucy Vida according to Discogs. I had no idea it existed! Great little ambient jazz track. This is one of my favorite Moby albums and is unfortunately very much overshadowed by his previous overplayed/overrated and much more well known album Play. If you’re looking to add to your Moby discography definitely pick this up. Some great dance floor tracks mixed with his much quieter ambient style songs that in my opinion work well together on this record exchanging back and forth track by track.
    • Alexvarela13's avatar

      the best songs of this album are '' disco lies '', ooh yeah, Last Night ... I just like the song Disco Lies brings me memories of the year 2008
      • Cardia1's avatar
        Great Work, filled with life, a bit of everything, euphoria, melancholy, relaxing sounds and nice vocals. My favorite track is "Sweet Apocalypse".
        • moslondon9960's avatar
          Moby – Last Night is a Great Album, We Love It.(我们很喜欢这张专辑喔)
          • -summer-'s avatar
            Club drugs and rock stars abide by the same rule: What goes up must come down. After hitting a massive high on 1999's Play, Moby stopped making dance music, opting instead for the downtempo atmospherics of 2002's 18 and the strummed guitars of 2005's Hotel.

            So it's exciting to hear this forty-two-year-old vegan blogger return to form. A concept album about an all-night bender, Last Night solidifies Moby's link in the chain that binds DJ pioneers like Todd Terry to slinky futurists like Justice. From the space-age-Abba shimmer of "Ooh Yeah" to the itchy funk of the brilliant Nineties house throwback "Disco Lies," Moby goes for groove over texture, relying on high-hats, piano and strings while wisely staying off the mike.

            The album is billed as a love letter to New York nightlife, but tracks like the dance-hop "I Love to Move in Here" (featuring Grandmaster Caz) feel more like an Irish wake for the era before the city's megaclubs were shuttered.

            Appropriately, Last Night's only drawback is the harsh slowdown of the trancelike "Degenerates." After so many body-rocking tunes, it's like any sobering slap: a real downer.
            • Crijevo's avatar
              Forgive me if I'm being too critical or God-forbid, patronizing over someone's work but the case of Moby is really something - if you have ears - irresistable in terms he is delivering albums without much substance and still pretending it is very important or actually means something.

              Well, maybe 'Last Night' is very important to Moby's self-indulgent expectations people might actually like this crap but being crap and selling it away is not really something we are supposed to take, like or accept Moby for. His last couple of releases, including the massive 'Play', seem to drown in pathetic clichés; 'Last Night' sounds like a guy who wants to fool around with anything close to dance music and its chillout counterparts, bought some gear and simply tries it out, deciding to pour these cheap contemplations into an album;

              At its best 'brand new' Moby sounds like something you've already heard and eventually had enough of - at it s worst... well, you're supposed to find it out at your own risk; the risk of wasting time and money over something not as close to his better efforts...

              And trying to sound like it's '1989 everyday' is something people who partied and played in the actual year tried to put ahead of their time back then already. Think of Black Box, Eric B & Rakim, Technotronic or Acid House; Moby's version is a poor, dated image of an enthusiastic kid desperately wanting to fit in - no matter the actual results.



              120 For Sale from $1.01


              • Have:1374
              • Want:73
              • Avg Rating:3.87 / 5
              • Ratings:149

              Videos (20)