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Rolling Stone - 5/13/99, p.80Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."
Rolling Stone - 3/23/95, p.1254 Stars - Excellent - "...Legitimate classical influence and a visceral Christian faith elevate [Moby's] art--but a solid grounding in house-trance-jungle grooves renders him capable of delicious sonic candy. Remarkable..."
Spin - 12/95, p.62Ranked #1 on Spin's list of the '20 Best Albums Of '95.'
Spin - 3/95, p.939 - Highly Recommended - "...suggests...how one-dimensional most techno-trance-jungle-ambient-progressive house albums can be. Moby's...major-label debut embraces all those sounds, plus elements of funk, punk, metal, industrial, blues, classical, New Age, and art rock..."
Entertainment Weekly - Spring 2000, p.166Ranked #5 in EW's "Top 10 albums of the '90s"
Entertainment Weekly - 12/29/95-1/5/96, pp.131-132Ranked #3 on EW's Top 10 Albums Of 1995.
Entertainment Weekly - 3/17/95, p.88"...[Moby's major label] debut mixes ragamuffin raps, rapid-fire house beats, diva vocals, metal guitar, and angelic choirs, with gospel as the unlikely unifying thread. A glorious album that'll rock the techno skeptics..." - Rating: A
Alternative Press - 3/95, p.72"...Ultimately, what holds the whole package together isn't a specific sound, but a feeling of sincerity..."
Musician - 4/95, p.73"...Factor in the rich harmonies...and the lush textures...and Moby seems less a rave star than a genius who just happens to make dance music."
Village Voice (2/20/96) - Ranked #3 in Village Voice's 1995 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.