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    Tygozilkree

    6 years ago

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    Mar 29,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Moloko - Catalogue at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Moloko collection/5(92).
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    Moshicage

    6 years ago

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    Released three years after their final album, Statues, a Moloko best-of was long overdue. Fortunately, the straightforwardly named Catalogue delivers an impeccably edited collection of the duo's eclectic, ahead-of-the-curve music, gathering their biggest hits and key album tracks.
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    Mekasa

    6 years ago

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    Forever More (Francois K & Eric Kupper Dub Mix) This is the only Moloko album, before 's Catalogue, to receive a release in the United States as part of the electronica hype of the late s. The album's first single, "Fun for Me", was used on the soundtrack of the film Batman and Robin, and was used as the theme for a Lucky 5/5(3).
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    Moogurg

    6 years ago

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    Jun 23,  · This single release of Forever More is succinct at minutes (the video of this version can be found on Youtube), keeping all the elements of the album track without dragging it out for seven minutes and twenty seconds. Moloko's 'best of' - Catalogue - also contains the full length song, so this is the only place to get the short version.4/5(6).
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    Yozshuramar

    6 years ago

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    This single release of Forever More is succinct at minutes (the video of this version can be found on Youtube), keeping all the elements of the album track without dragging it out for seven minutes and twenty seconds. Moloko's 'best of' - Catalogue - also contains the full length song, so this is the only place to get the short version.4/5(6).
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    Yoshakar

    6 years ago

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    Catalogue collects together 13 tracks from all points of Moloko’s career, and also throws in a previously unreleased song, Bankrupt Emotionally, for good measure. Sadly, it’s not arranged in any kind of chronological order, so we don’t get to see how Murphy and Brydon developed and evolved their sound over their years, but we do get to.
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    Negal

    6 years ago

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    Statues is the fourth and final studio album by English-Irish electronic music duo Moloko, first released in The whole album is set up around the different stages of a romantic relationship, and how things can fall apart. This fresh album charted all over Europe, and eventually went on .
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    Shaktirr

    6 years ago

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    Catalogue is a greatest hits album by English-Irish electronic music duo Moloko. It was released on 17 July by The Echo Label. Spanning two discs, Catalogue contains Moloko's singles and a track exclusive to this compilation, "Bankrupt Emotionally".