You'll probably talk about: Moby's "Wait for Me"

Goodbye, raves; hello, melancholy. Will the most loyal <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003239" title="Moby" href="/topic/entertainment/music/moby-PECLB003239.topic">Moby</a> fan get behind this stripped-down DIY album, the first, he says, where he's felt creatively liberated? Probably. Don't expect "Play," or anything close to 2008's dance-heavy "Last Night," get into the growing pains, and you should be good to go. (Tuesday)
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Goodbye, raves; hello, melancholy. Will the most loyal Moby fan get behind this stripped-down DIY album, the first, he says, where he's felt creatively liberated? Probably. Don't expect "Play," or anything close to 2008's dance-heavy "Last Night," get into the growing pains, and you should be good to go. (Tuesday)

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