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The making of 'Porcelain'
Natural Blues' (Reprise Version) ft. Gregory Porter & Amythyst Kiah
1 Everloving (Reprise Version)  
2 Natural Blues (Reprise Version) feat Gregory Porter, Amythyst Kiah  
3 Go (Reprise Version)  
4 Porcelain (Reprise Version) feat Jim James  
5 Extreme Ways (Reprise Version)  
6 Heroes (Reprise Version) feat Mindy Jones  
7 God Moving Over The Face Of The Waters (Reprise Version) feat Vikingur Olafsson  
8 Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad (Reprise Version) feat Dietrick Haddon & Apollo Jane  
9 The Lonely Night (Reprise Version) feat Mark Lanegan, Kris Kristofferson  
10 We Are All Made Of Stars (Reprise Version)  
11 Lift Me Up (Reprise Version)  
12 The Great Escape (Reprise Version) feat Nataly Dawn, Alice Skye & Luna Li  
13 Almost Home (Reprise Version) feat Novo Amor, Mindy Jones, Darlingside  
14 The Last Day (Reprise Version) feat Skylar Grey, Darlingside  
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Musical pioneer Moby announces his new album Reprise, out May 28th on Deutsche Grammophon. Reprise sees Moby revisiting and reimagining musical highlights from his past. Together with the Budapest Art Orchestra, he has re-envisioned some of his most recognizable rave classics and anthems with new arrangements for orchestra and acoustic instruments. He's also joined by a stellar line-up of guest artists from across the musical spectrum, including Alice Skye, Amythyst Kiah, Apollo Jane, Darlingside, Gregory Porter, Jim James, Kris Kristofferson, Luna Li, Mark Lanegan, Mindy Jones, Nataly Dawn, Skylar Grey and Víkingur Ólafsson.

Reprise includes Moby's biggest tracks, among them his breakthrough dance track "Go", "Extreme Ways" (famous from the Bourne movie franchise), "Natural Blues" and "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad'". Some of the new versions are sparser and slower, while others exploit the bombastic potential an orchestra can offer. Three decades into Moby's career, Reprise is less of a greatest hits record and more of a chance to reflect on the way in which art can adapt over time to different settings and contexts.

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