Alice (Moby song)

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"Alice"
Alice - Moby.jpg
Single by Moby
from the album Last Night
ReleasedMarch 10, 2008
Format
GenreAlternative hip hop
Length
  • 4:27 (album version)
  • 3:34 (single version)
LabelMute
Songwriter(s)
  • Moby
  • Segun Olakunle Adegunwa
  • Ainsley Robert Jones
  • Harry Olufemi Williams
Producer(s)Moby
Moby singles chronology
"Disco Lies"
(2008)
"Alice"
(2008)
"I Love to Move in Here"
(2008)

"Alice" is a song by American electronica musician Moby. It was released as the second single from his eighth studio album Last Night on March 10, 2008. It features guest vocals from the British MC Aynzli Jones and members of the Nigerian group 419 Squad.

The music video was directed by Andreas Nilsson and features a collage of footage interspersed with Jones' head performing the song, along with various clips of explosions and scientific experiments, and scenes of violence and discrimination from classic B-movies; one such scene is from the film Blood Tide which features James Earl Jones punching a watermelon in time to the music.

Track listing[edit]

  • CD single (CDMUTE380)
  1. "Alice" (radio edit) – 3:36
  2. "Alice" (Drop the Lime–Heavy Bass Remix) – 5:03
  3. "Alice" (Noisia Remix) – 5:10
  4. "Alice" (General Midi Remix) – 6:19
  • 12-inch single (12MUTE380)
  1. "Alice" (Drop the Lime–Heavy Bass Remix) – 5:03
  2. "Alice" – 4:27
  3. "Alice" (General Midi Remix) – 6:20
  4. "Alice" (acapella) – 4:01
  • Digital single[1]
  1. "Alice" (radio edit) – 3:33
  1. "Alice" (radio edit) – 3:36
  2. "Alice" (Drop the Lime–Heavy Bass Remix) – 5:03
  3. "Alice" (Noisia Remix) – 5:10
  4. "Alice" (General Midi Remix) – 6:20
  5. "Alice" (acapella) – 4:01

Charts[edit]

Chart (2008) Peak
position
Canada (Canadian Hot 100)[3] 92

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alice (Radio Edit) – Single by Moby". United States: iTunes Store. Retrieved 26 February 2018.
  2. ^ "Alice – EP by Moby". United States: iTunes Store. Retrieved 26 February 2018.
  3. ^ "Moby Chart History (Canadian Hot 100)". Billboard. Retrieved February 25, 2018.

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