Moby: Play - The DVD Trailer

Moby: Play - The DVD Trailer (2001)

"Play - The DVD has eight live tracks recorded on Jools Holland's TV show in England and 10 videos of songs from Moby's album, Play." 01 July 2001 Music 90 mins

Play the Videos: - Including five videos never released in the U.S. - Bodyrock (Auditions) (Frederick Bond) - Honey (Roman Coppola) - Find My Baby (Barnaby and Scott) - Natural Blues (David La Chapelle) - Bodyrock (Frederick Bond) - Run On (Mike Mills) - Why Does My heart Feel So Bad? (Animated) - Natural Blues (Animated) - Porcelain (Nick Brandt)

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