I Like to Score
|I Like to Score|
|Compilation album by Moby|
|Released||August 26, 1997|
|Label||Mute Records (UK)
Elektra Records (US)
I Like to Score is a compilation album by American electronica musician Moby, featuring music of his that has appeared in various films. Every track on the album has appeared in films released in the 1990s, except for the song "Go".
In the United States, this was Moby's last album to appear on the Elektra record label, with the exception of Songs 1993-1998, which Elektra hastily released in 2000 to try to capitalize on Moby's newfound success. His successive albums would appear on the smaller V2 Records label.
|1.||"Novio"||2:38||from Double Tap|
|2.||"The James Bond Theme (Moby's Re-Version)"||3:23||from Tomorrow Never Dies|
|3.||"Go"||3:59||features a sample of "Laura Palmer's Theme" from Twin Peaks; re-recorded for this compilation|
|4.||"Ah-Ah"||2:24||from Cool World|
|5.||"I Like to Score"||2:21||from Double Tap|
|6.||"Oil 1"||4:51||from The Saint|
|7.||"New Dawn Fades"||5:34||from Heat|
|8.||"God Moving Over the Face of the Waters"||5:44||from Heat; a shorter mix from the recording featured on Everything is Wrong, with a new bridge and ending|
|9.||"First Cool Hive"||5:41||from Scream; a different edit from the recording featured on Everything is Wrong|
|10.||"Nash"||1:22||from Double Tap|
|11.||"Love Theme"||4:36||from Joe's Apartment|
|12.||"Grace"||5:24||from the short film Space Water Onion|
This album's versions of 'First Cool Hive' and 'Go' reappeared on a Moby CD given away with British newspaper The Observer in 2000 (Mute Records Obmoby1cd). The other six tracks were: 'Porcelain' and 'Everloving' from Play, 'Anthem' and 'God Moving Over the Face of the Waters' from Everything Is Wrong, 'Now I Let It Go' from Animal Rights and 'Memory Gospel' from Play: The B Sides.
|France Albums Chart||83|
|UK Albums Chart||54|
|US Billboard Heatseekers||22|
- Stephen Thomas Erlewine. "I Like to Score - Moby". Allmusic. Retrieved 22 September 2011.
- Entertainment Weekly review
- Robert Christgau. "CG: Moby". robertchristgau.com. Retrieved 22 September 2011.
- Pitchfork Media review
- Adrian Denning review
- Cross Rhythms review
- "Moby - I Like To Score". lescharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 11 February 2012.
- "Moby". The Official UK Charts Company. Retrieved 11 February 2012.
- "I Like to Score > Charts & Awards". Allmusic. Rovi. Retrieved 11 February 2012.
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