100 Best Albums of the '90s

From Moby to Nirvana, the records that defined a decade

Moby, 'Everything Is Wrong'

100. Moby, 'Everything Is Wrong'

Moby's first major-label album didn't seem promising at first — a little techno dude trying his arty hand at pop-song form, New Age movie music and blues-metal guitar. But Everything Is Wrong turned out to be one amazing record, mixing up styles with earnest curiosity and that rarest of techno-dude traits, a sense of humor. "Feeling So Real" and "Everytime You Touch Me" are stunning disco anthems, while the mellow passages roam from Eno-like lyricism to classical gas. Moby buzzes with excitement, a Christian club kid who can't stop raving about the DJ who saved his life last night and can't wait to tell the story in sounds.

Rolling Stone's 2001 Review

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