18 B Sides + DVD

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18 B Sides + DVD
Compilation album and video by Moby
Released November 18, 2003 (2003-11-18)
Recorded 2001–02
Genre Electronica, downtempo
Length 69:51 (18 B Sides)
5:02:33 (18 DVD)
Label Mute, V2
Producer Moby
Moby chronology
18
(2002)
18 B Sides + DVD
(2003)
Hotel
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly B−[2]
Rolling Stone 2/5 stars[3]

18 B Sides + DVD is a two-disc CD and DVD compilation album by American electronica musician Moby, released in 2003. The first disc is a CD featuring nine B-sides from his previous album, 18, and four new songs.[4] The second disc is a DVD featuring a TV show, a live concert, outtakes, and remixes.

The compilation was released in the United States in a CD-style case, and was alternatively released in the United Kingdom in a DVD-style case under the title 18 DVD + B Sides.[citation needed]

CD track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Landing"   3:44
2. "Love of Strings" (a slightly different instrumental mix of "Signs of Love" from 18) 6:10
3. "Nearer" (new song) 4:19
4. "Afterlife" (new song) 3:56
5. "String Electro (In This World remix)" (new song) 6:56
6. "Downhill"   5:19
7. "Soul to Love"   4:27
8. "Bed"   4:17
9. "Piano & Strings"   5:18
10. "Horse & Carrot" (new song) 6:54
11. "Life's So Sweet"   6:32
12. "ISS"   8:44
13. "Stay" (new song) 3:10

B-sides not featured on the album[edit]

  • "And I Know"
  • "Ace Love"

DVD track listing[edit]

Moby's TV Show

"Moby's TV Show" includes about an hour of exclusive video footage, plus the following promotional videos:

  1. "We Are All Made of Stars"
  2. "In This World"
  3. "Jam for the Ladies"
  4. "Extreme Ways"
  5. "Sunday (The Day Before My Birthday)"
Live at Glastonbury 29.06.03
  1. "18"
  2. "Natural Blues"
  3. "Go"
  4. "Porcelain"
  5. "Another Woman"
  6. "Find My Baby"
  7. "In This World"
  8. "In My Heart"
  9. "Bring Back My Happiness"
  10. "We Are All Made of Stars"
  11. "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?"
  12. "Jam for the Ladies
  13. "I Wanna Be Your Dog" (The Stooges cover)
  14. "Bodyrock"
  15. "Honey"
  16. "Feeling So Real"
  17. "Creep" (Radiohead cover)

This live performance was filmed on the Pyramid Stage at the Glastonbury Festival on June 29, 2003.

Outtakes and bonus songs

The first audio-only section features various outtakes and studio demos, mostly taken from the Play and 18 studio sessions.

  1. "Song We Made Together in 30 Minutes"
  2. "Great Escape (Original Demo)"
  3. "We Are All Made of Stars (Original Slow Version)"
  4. "E2D" (outtake from Play)
  5. "Guitar and Flute (Original Demo)"
  6. "18 (Original Demo)"
  7. "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? (Original Demo)"
  8. "We Are All Made of Stars (Slow Synth Mix)"
  9. "KR" (outtake from Play)
  10. "Flatlands" (B-side outtake from 18)
  11. "I Love to Watch You Sing" (B-side outtake from 18)
  12. "American Dry" (B-side outtake from 18)
  13. "Cunning" (B-side outtake from 18)
  14. "Waiting" (outtake from 18)
  15. "641" (B-side outtake from 18)
  16. "Extreme Ways (Rough Bootleg Mix)" (live)
  17. "Say My Name (Recorded in My Bathroom with One Mic)"
  18. "So Far Gone" (outtake from 18)
  19. "Tower" (B-side outtake from 18)
  20. "Girl Bed" (B-side outtake from 18)
  21. "Offland"
Megamix

The second audio-only section is a megamix with 11 remixes of six different songs.

  1. "In This World (Push Vocal Club Mix)"
  2. "Sunday (The Day Before My Birthday) (West London Deep Club Mix)"
  3. "In This World (Slacker's Rain Before Carnival Mix)"
  4. "We Are All Made of Stars (DJ Tiësto's Full Vocal Remix)"
  5. "In My Heart (Ferry Corsten Remix)"
  6. "Jam for the Ladies (Nevins Reggae Dub Banger)"
  7. "Extreme Ways (John Creamer & Stephane K Remix)"
  8. "In This World (ATFC's Southern Fried Vocal)"
  9. "We Are All Made of Stars (Timo Maas Dub Mix)"
  10. "Jam for the Ladies (Voodoo Child Remix)"
  11. "In My Heart (Sean Tyas Misses Twilo Mix)"

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Jeffries. "18: The B-Sides - Moby". Allmusic. Retrieved 21 September 2011. 
  2. ^ Entertainment Weekly review
  3. ^ Rolling Stone review
  4. ^ "18 dvd & b-sides, 18 b-sides & dvd". moby.com. March 27, 2003. Retrieved October 28, 2011.