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After years of his music getting increasingly depressing and uninteresting, Moby steps on your face. Take nothing I say too seriously.

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Redirected from These Systems are Failing). These Systems Are Failing is the thirteenth studio album by American electronica musician Moby and the debut studio album by Moby & The Void Pacific Choir, a musical project formed by Moby with musicians Jamie Drake, Mindy Jones, Julie Mintz, Joel Nesvadba, Jonathan Nesvadba, and Lauren Tyler Scott. It was released on October 14, 2016 by record labels Little Idiot and Mute.

Lawrence quote - These Systems Are Failing is only slightly more collaborative than Moby's solitary ambient work, and its effect is the opposite of that. Fully energized and tightly concentrated, the producer's first studio album in three years is a concise and infrequently relenting set of nine songs that rail against those who have caused emotional and planetary harm. Moby revisits his punk and post-punk roots with a needling attack

These Systems Are Failing is a fiery eulogy for the future, an album that pulls sonic motifs from the iconic artist’s past to wail angry proclamations about what is likely to come. Those that first found Moby with 1999’s Play - a masterful tapestry of Delta blues vocal samples paired with downbeat, melodious electronica - may not know that three years earlier, he released Animal Rights, a punk rock album. The nine songs that make up the record, which he created himself but released under the moniker Moby & the Void Pacific Choir (a . Lawrence reference), are distinctly ’80s flavored, a series of upbeat and angry songs with few surprises and lots of fervor. Opener Hey Hey for a moment masquerades as something A-ha might’ve pegged as a Take on Me B-side before erupting into a guitar-driven cry to stay true to your dreams.

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A1 Hey! Hey! 4:23
A2 Break.Doubt 4:12
A3 I Wait For You 3:59
A4 Don't Leave Me 4:38
A5 Erupt & Matter 4:09
B1 Are You Lost In The World Like Me? 4:26
B2 A Simple Love 4:39
B3 The Light Is Clear In My Eyes 3:27
B4 And It Hurts 1:53

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Little Idiot
  • Copyright (c) – Little Idiot


  • A&R – Jeff Sosnow
  • Cameraman [Additional Camera Operation] – Melissa Danis
  • Cover [Cover And Back Cover And Gold People Shot At] – House Of Mintz
  • Cover [Cover And Back Cover Camera Operator] – Julie Mintz
  • Design [Design By] – Friend Of A Friend
  • Engineer [Choir Vocals Engineered By] – Clay Bair
  • Instruments [All Instruments Performed By] – Moby
  • Mastered By – Emily Lazar
  • Mixed By – Mark Needham
  • Mixed By [Mixing Assistance] – Ben O'Neill
  • Musical Assistance [Studio Assistance And Technical Support] – Jonathan Nesvadba
  • Photography By [Photo Assistance] – Melissa Danis
  • Photography By [Photography And Image Processing] – Moby
  • Vocals [The Void Pacific Choir Is] – Jamie Drake, Jeff Sosnow, Joel Nesvadba, Jonathan Nesvadba, Julie Mintz, Lauren Tyler Scott, Mindy Jones, Moby
  • Written-By [All Songs Written By], Producer, Engineer [Engineeered By] – Moby


Printed inner sleeve and lenticular cover.

Download code for 12 tracks comprised of the album and three bonus tracks: "Almost Loved", "The Nighttime", "Dark Star".

℗ 2016 little idiot
© 2016 little idiot

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060236633606
  • Barcode (Sticker Text US Version): 724596965412
  • Matrix / Runout (A): BG45553-01 A1 HL
  • Matrix / Runout (B): BG45553-01 B1 HL

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LOVECD458 Moby & The Void Pacific Choir These Systems Are Failing ‎(CD, Album) Love Da Records LOVECD458 Hong Kong 2016
IDIOT049DLX Moby & The Void Pacific Choir These Systems Are Failing ‎(CD, Album, Dlx) Little Idiot IDIOT049DLX UK, Europe & US 2016
BRC-533 Moby & The Void Pacific Choir These Systems Are Failing ‎(CD, Album) Beat Records BRC-533 Japan 2016
IDIOT049CD Moby & The Void Pacific Choir These Systems Are Failing ‎(CD, Album) Little Idiot IDIOT049CD UK, Europe & US 2016
IDIOT049DLX Moby & The Void Pacific Choir These Systems Are Failing ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Little Idiot IDIOT049DLX Russia 2016

Comments: (4)
First off I'd like to say that in the past year this album has earned itself a special place in my heart since accompanying me in my senior year of high school. A friend had recommended this album to me when I asked for some great 2016 releases; I don't recall what possesed me to give this a listen considering I actually hadn't heard any Moby prior. The music interested me, but the political side greatly intrigued me. While I don't 100% side with a lot of what he stands for, I greatly admire the passion he's put in the promotion and performances. When I fully realized this, it was like I was hearing Never Mind the Bollocks for the first time. So since I graduated and my dad finally got me a turntable as a present, I've always wanted a vinyl copy of this album. Not that the loudness war production on the CD bothered me too much (which is a bit surprising considering how much clipping and brickwalling usually bothers me) but since watching the music video for Are You Lost...? I wanted to hear the songs on the album that had great dynamics but still retained the fury that makes these songs so potent. This vinyl is just that making that 3 DB avg go down a wopping seven for a 10 DB avg. This is the wavelengths of the opener Hey!Hey! for reference: https://s1.postimg.org/csy6pr75b/image.jpgThe CD is pretty much perfect for me when driving around (particularly at night) but considering how much clearer the songs sound and how much easier this would be on my ears, this would be my preferred way of listening to the album on my phone, at home, etc. My only nitpick is the fact that the 3 bonus tracks aren't on the vinyl and The Nighttime is my favorite on the album while the other two are also some of the best in my opinion. Still, this is a beautiful album that sadly seems to be dismissed just because some fans are getting a punk rock album rather than some chill techno/downtempo that they're used to getting.
I bought the deluxe CD last year before purchasing the vinyl recently :)
Still In Mind
Yeah, but the three bonus tracks are included on the download card that comes with the lp. Or just buy both like I did.
Having made almost all of moby's discography part of the soundtrack to my life I struggled to aurally cope with this album as a whole. Moby, having become a mouthpiece of the NWO controlled Clinton campaign for president in 2016 used his famity as a platform to more denigrate Trump than promote Clinton (she is a cold blooded murdering tool after all). And hence we have this wall of vexated sound as a whole album (and then some) of literally unlistenable, unoriginal, anger de-spiring music with moby yelling words to each track up against this litany which are naturally, given the sad state of mis-affaires here, are mostly ununderstandable vitriol yelled like a moody teenager, each word seemingly another pimple popped stemming any creating flow to null that this album could ever have provided. Basically the whole thing is so bad that you cannot see the forest for the trees: the "music" is so negative and loud, even turned down, that it is unlistenable and unhearable for all of the feedback which even manages to even mute and cover the crappy ever popping drum kit making the whole miscarriage unapproachable to try to take in as a project. Moby has reams of talent as a musician. His albums have hitherto been a delight to approach, get to know, make friends with and rejoin as a party to anyone's life soundtrack. Sadly «These Systems Are Failing» is non of any of these. The only thing that it gets so right is its title, which describes its own sad, angry, misdirected, avoidable self. I await moby's next project with my normal trepidation. After decades of getting so much right, I trust him to do just this next album around despite this litany of over-feedbacked vexating iredom.
Moby & The Void Pacific Choir - These Systems Are Failing mp3 flac
New Wave, Post-Punk, Punk
Performer: Moby & The Void Pacific Choir
Title: These Systems Are Failing
Category: Electronic / Rock
Country: Hong Kong
Released: 2016
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 293