Everything is Wrong
Like I Like To Score, most of this album is reproduced on Songs. Like Moby's other albums, Everything is Wrong is a mix and match of different styles - mellow relaxation/chillout, dance anthems, and a wee bit of punk. I'm rather fond particularly of the dance tracks on this album, Kochie Banton's vocals rule and add just the right mood. OTOH the odd vinyl skip in the vocals of "Bring Back My Happiness" kept making me wonder if there was something wrong with the CD.
Special mention must go to Mimi Goese's unique and soulful vocals on "Into the Blue" and "When It's Cold I'd Like to Die". Another vocalist I'm surprised Moby hasn't used again.
The sleeve notes contain a couple of essays on politics and the state of the world, plus some fun facts about how humans pollute and are otherwise environmentally unfriendly.