New York, New York (Moby song)

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"New York, New York"
Moby New York New York.jpg
Single by Moby featuring Debbie Harry
from the album Go – The Very Best of Moby
Released October 23, 2006
Format CD, 12"
Recorded 2006
Length 3:38
3:47 (single)
Label Mute
Writer(s) Moby
Producer(s) Moby
Moby singles chronology
"Slipping Away"
"New York, New York"
"Extreme Ways (Bourne's Ultimatum)"
Deborah Harry singles chronology
"I Want That Man (Remix)"
"New York, New York"
"Two Times Blue"

"New York, New York" is a song by American electronica musician Moby, released as the first and only single from his greatest hits album Go – The Very Best of Moby. It was released in the UK by Mute Records on 23 October 2006 and features vocals by guest Debbie Harry.

The cover image of the single depicts Moby himself sitting front of the New York-New York Hotel & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.

The music video was directed by Jen Miller and features a satirical comedy-dance performance by the Varsity Interpretive Dance Squad.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "New York, New York (Single Version)" – 3:47
  2. "Go (Trentemøller Remix)" (edit) – 6:00
  1. "New York, New York (Armand Van Helden Long Version)" – 7:38
  2. "New York, New York (Tocadisco's Nypd Mix)" – 5:56
  3. "New York, New York (Emperor Machine Extended Mix)" – 7:17
  4. "New York, New York (Radio Slave's Not Long Now Mix)" – 11:22
  5. U-MYX: "New York, New York (Radio Version)"
12MUTE371 (UK)
  1. "New York, New York (Armand Van Helden Long Version)" – 7:38
  2. "Go (Trentemøller" Remix) – 7:05

L12MUTE371 (UK)
  1. "New York, New York (Tocadisco's NYPD Mix)" — 5:59
  2. "Porcelain (Murk Remix)" — 8:36
  3. "In My Heart (Sandy Rivera Remix)" — 7:30

  1. "New York, New York (Radio Slave's Not Long Now Mix)" — 11:22
  2. "Porcelain (Matthias Tanzmann Remix)" — 6:40
  3. "Porcelain (Matthias Tanzmann 2nd Remix)" — 6:40

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
Austrian Singles Chart 47[citation needed]
Belgian Singles Chart 38[citation needed]
German Singles Chart 69[citation needed]
Greek Singles Chart 13[citation needed]
Irish Singles Chart 39[citation needed]
Italian Singles Chart 17[citation needed]
Swiss Singles Chart 80[citation needed]
UK Singles Chart 43[2]


  1. ^ Jen, Miller. "Diary of an Art Star". 
  2. ^ "Moby | Official Charts Company". Official Charts. Retrieved June 4, 2015. 

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