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Play: The B Sides is an album by the musician Moby. It was originally bundled in a limited edition box set in 2000 with Moby's previously acclaimed album, Play, but later released separately on July 27, 2004.

Play: The B Sides is a compilation of tracks that Moby had decided not to include in Play. He explains, "The B-Sides is a collection of songs that weren't quite appropriate for Play, but that I still love enough to release as B-sides… read more

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  • Avatar for jemly
    very special to me. aches.
  • Avatar for Ariston
    I like it, I like it! Moby was always special for me. But right now some nostalgia has been added to those qualities which I always used to like Moby's creation for.
  • Avatar for Lachgast
    I've just listened to it, first time in a year or two. It has certainly grown upon me. I used to think it was a very dull collection of songs. Things have changed, I guess.
  • Avatar for meaulnesbrule
    Very special album to me.
  • Avatar for photon_man62
    Half a million plays for a b-side album? Whoa!
  • Avatar for Antonbrich
    cooooollll
  • Avatar for mekutozmo
    мужык
  • Avatar for Acquiescence
    Over time this unexpectedly turned into one of my favourite Moby albums. Kinda ironic seeing as how it's just a collection of b-sides. But what b-sides!!
  • Avatar for hetisjeboy
    so much good memories stuck to this album. I played this album like a million times in my uncle's car after we'd been skiing for the whole day in swiss and then drove back to their house in geneva (for 2 weeks in a row). We were all tired in the car, and then with this album on at night in the car; wow that was so chill. This album only recalls happy times, I fcking love it. One of his best albums in my opinion!
  • Avatar for bcullimore
    I totally agree. "Play" is an incredible album, but I do prefer Moby's more "chillout" and "ambient" style releases, and I feel this is definitely one of the best examples of that side of him.

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