Genre: Soundtrack
Label: Little Idiot
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Moby I Like to Score Numbered Limited Edition LP (Pink Vinyl)


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1997 Compilation on Numbered, Limited Edition Pink Vinyl LP!

I Like to Score features some of the tracks that Moby has recorded for motion pictures. Originally released in 1997, the album features his take on the iconic James Bond theme (from Tomorrow Never Dies), his cover of New Order's "New Dawn Fades" (from 24 Hour Party People), and "God Moving Over the Face of the Waters" (from Heat). This limited edition version features pink vinyl.

...[T]he compilation I Like to Score is a strong record. However, it does come as a surprise, since Moby's music usually sounds too insular for the kind of shifting, provocative atmospherics needed for effective film music. Here, on this collection of cinematic instrumental work, Moby demonstrates that he can capture the mood and feeling of a film while retaining his musical identity....[B]y and large, I Like to Score is every bit as effective as Moby's official releases.
-Stephen Thomas Erlewine,


  • Numbered, Limited Edition - 6,600 Copies
  • Pink Vinyl
  • Made in Poland


Side 1:

  1. Novio
  2. James Bond Theme (Moby's re-version)
  3. Go
  4. Ah-Ah
  5. I Like to Score
  6. Oil 1

Side 2:

  1. New Dawn Fades
  2. God Moving Over the Face of the Waters
  3. First Cool Hive
  4. Nash
  5. Love Theme
  6. Grace

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