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Now I Let It Go
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Verónica Sabalete

Best album of this genius.

Ricky Downhill - RDH

I TOTALLY agree!!

polaroid.

earthlings

Angie Spring

watched it 2009, vegan next day !

Ricky Downhill - RDH

Animal Rights was released on September 23, 1996 in the United Kingdom, where it charted at number 38 on the UK Albums Chart.[9] The album was not released in Moby's native United States until five months later on February 11, 1997. The album failed to chart on the Billboard 200, but reached number 31 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart.[10]

According to manager Eric Härle, the album almost killed Moby's career because not only did the new direction leave audiences cold – with music media uninterested and his existing fan base largely alienated by it – but it led to people being confused as to what kind of artist Moby really was.[4] Having wiped out all his early good work in establishing himself, Moby was left struggling for any kind of recognition and quickly became seen as a "has-been" in the eyes of many people in the industry.[4]

The album's first single, released on August 26, 1996, was a cover of Mission of Burma's 1981 song "That's When I Reach for My Revolver". The release was subject to some controversy as both the BBC and MTV asked Moby to change the lyrics of the song's title line. Moby acquiesced and rerecorded an alternate version of song titled "That's When I Realize It's Over" so its video could air on the networks. Mission of Burma fans were reportedly outraged; Moby defended himself, saying he didn't consider the change in lyrics to be very important. One of the album's "last minute maxims" is "freedom of speech is absolute and inviolate." The single peaked at number 50 on the UK Singles Chart.

The album's second single, "Come on Baby", was released in early November 1996, but failed to chart in any country in which it was released.

Moby toured the record as the opening act for Soundgarden on their Down on the Upside tour.[3] In an interview for Rolling Stone, Moby admitted that the failure of Animal Rights combined with the negative reception he received from Soundgarden's fanbase during the tour led him to consider quitting music.[3] However, he chose to continue his career after other artists, including Terence Trent D'Arby, Axl Rose and Bono, personally told him they enjoyed the album.

Vladislav Bahirov

thx a lot for the info

Prankster101Productions

I saw Moby on that Soundgarden tour. And Animal Rights is still my favourite album by him.

sandro wave

I Love It music

A.

I think the same Veronica.

Vladislav Bahirov

I'm rly don't why, but I lost a river of time while listen this track. SO many feelings, impressionis and diving me around my little house, my home.... increasingly I'll forget about the time, when I was little, happy and curious///

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