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Downtempo, Pop Rock, Synth-pop, Ambient
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Hotel is the seventh studio album by American electronica musician, singer, songwriter, and producer Moby. It was released on March 14, 2005 internationally by Mute Records and on March 22, 2005 in the United States by V2 Records. The album marked a stylistic shift from electronic and dance-oriented music towards alternative rock and Moby's decision not to use vocal sampling for the first time since his 1993 album Ambient.

Hotel rarely shows, in any shape or form, traceable inspiration from the new wave and post-punk era Moby advertised as being in full effect.

Music StyleElectronic Rock. Members owning this album22. DISC 1. 1. Intro, Hotel.

Hotel is the seventh studio album by American electronica musician Moby, first released internationally on March 14, 2005 and then on March 22, 2005 in the United States. Hotel was recorded under the Pacha label and mixed at Moby's apartment, Electric Lady Studios, and Loho Studios in Manhattan, New York City. Initial quantities of the album came with a second CD of ambient music entitled Hotel: Ambient.

Hardcore techno Ambient Downtempo Breakbeat Electronic House Hard house Techno. Lift Me Up. Where You End. Temptation.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1-01 Hotel Intro 1:55
1-02 Raining Again 3:46
1-03 Beautiful 3:11
1-04 Lift Me Up 3:19
1-05 Where You End
Written-By – D. Ehrlich*, R. Hall*
1-06 Temptation
Written-By – Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris
1-07 Spiders 3:45
1-08 Dream About Me 3:21
1-09 Very 3:42
1-10 I Like It 3:46
1-11 Love Should 3:51
1-12 Slipping Away 3:39
1-13 Forever 3:39
1-14 Homeward Angel 5:50
1-15 35 Minutes 5:22
2-01 Swear 6:41
2-02 Snowball 4:25
2-03 Blue Paper 6:07
2-04 Homeward Angel (Long) 10:57
2-05 Chord Sounds 7:25
2-06 Not Sensitive 3:10
2-07 Lilly 3:53
2-08 The Come Down 5:18
2-09 Overland 6:49
2-10 Live Forever 7:15
2-11 Aerial 5:51

Companies, etc.

  • Glass Mastered At – Mediamotion


  • Artwork, Design – Rehab: Graphic Therapy NYC
  • Drums [Live] – Scott Frassetto (tracks: 1-02 to 1-04, 1-07, 1-12)
  • Edited By [Additional Pro-tools] – Jennie Pettersson
  • Edited By [Pro-tools] – Kurt Uenala
  • Engineer [2nd - Loho Studios] – Sean Gould
  • Engineer [Assistant - Electric Lady Studios] – Steef Van De Gevel
  • Engineer [Assistant - Loho Studios] – Gus Oberg
  • Mastered By – Tony Gillis
  • Mixed By, Engineer – Brian Sperber (tracks: 1-01 to 1-15)
  • Mixed By, Engineer, Producer, Performer [All Instruments] – Moby
  • Photography By – Danny Clinch
  • Tracking By [Loho Studios] – Joe Hogan
  • Vocals – Brian Sperber (tracks: 1-02 to 1-04, 1-07), Jason Candler (tracks: 1-02 to 1-04, 1-07), Kurt Uenala (tracks: 1-02 to 1-04, 1-07), Laura Dawn (tracks: 1-03, 1-05, 1-06, 1-09 to 1-12), Orion Simprini (tracks: 1-02 to 1-04, 1-07), Shayna Steele (tracks: 1-02, 1-04)
  • Written-By – Moby (tracks: 1-01 to 1-04, 1-07 to 2-11)


Deluxe 2CD edition comes in a digipak case, which slides into a cardboard wallet.

Bonus CD is called "Hotel.Ambient".

CD including OPENDISC technology.

Track 1-15 is a bonus track that is not titled on the CD and artwork.

Hotel CD recorded at Moby's Studio, Loho Studios, B-Hause Studios, Sound On Sound, Electric Lady Studios.

'Hotel:Ambient' recorded at Moby Studio's.

All songs published by Little Idiot Music/Warner-Tamerlane Publishing (BMI).

℗ 2005 Mute Records Limited.
© 2005 Mute Records Limited.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (As printed): 0 724387 349704
  • Barcode (Scanned): 724387349704
  • Barcode (Text (CD1)): 0724386061003
  • Barcode (Text (CD2)): 0724387347908
  • Label Code: LC 5834
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): MEDIAMOTION 8606100 @ 1 010112-NL
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LW03
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 151B
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): MEDIAMOTION 8734790 @ 1 010101-NL
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LW03
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 15D2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CD STUMM 240 Moby Hotel ‎(CD, Album) Mute CD STUMM 240 UK 2005
none Moby Hotel ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label none Russia Unknown
OL 0294 Moby Hotel ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) V2 OL 0294 Russia Unknown
F60549 Moby Hotel ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) ООО "Комета" F60549 Russia 2005
HDCD-F-1578 Moby Hotel ‎(HDCD, Album, Sli) Rock Musicinternational Incorporated HDCD-F-1578 China 2005

  • Lavivan
Rear cover says:"Insert this CD in your computer and discover exclusive audio, video and more through Opendisc® technology"Trying to access this enhanced content now loads a webpage (on the domain) that says:"Your artist's Opendisc is now inactive."What was this "exclusive audio, video and more"?
  • Magis
Obviously the person above doesnt listen to much Electronic Music. I would say this is Mobys weakest album, it signified a different direction, this being his only album with no samples taken from other artists. It was very much a 'band' record, and you either liked it or not. In the case of myself, i felt a bit of both but still consider having this record worthwhile since i consider myself a Moby fan. If you have the special edition, then the nice surprise is Disk 2, which is an entire album of Ambient works by Moby. Moby has always dabbled in this style and put a few Ambient tracks on his albums so it was a nice surprise. That for me is the highlight. Both albums that are included overall as i said are worthwhile having, it represents a different direction but something at the same time only Moby could create.
  • Rexfire
This is the first moby cd i have bought since his Voodoo Child project released 'The End of Everything'in 1996 and i have to say i am very impressed. Of course let me first say that i do not rate cd 1 of this 2xcd deluxe edition... not that it is bad, the general public will actually quite dig cd 1 and i am sure with remixes, the 12" singles will perform very well. But what really does it for me is the special edition 'Hotel:Ambient' or disc 2. Now although i really love this cd and rate it as some of the best electronica i have in my collection (by Moby)i have to be completely fair and say that this is not a ground breaking release... In fact many 90's electronic artists (many of which would be friends and acquaintences of Moby) who have worked in the ambient genres have successfully tread many of these paths and themes before... (years ago!) However, i would call this a first for MOBY and also add that this special ambient release is possibly one of his best offerings since his production of the mid 90's. Of course that was before he became the american god of commercial rock / dance. But for those who fanatically collected and enjoyed his early works (including his previous forays into ambient and his original Voodoo Child output) this pre-destined return to his unmodified early genius should be a treat. (even if it has been a long 10 year hiatus.) a few points: yes, the 'Moby' strings are still there... and at first i thought they were a bit old hat, but now into my third week of owning this cd, i can definitely say that i love every single track. It is almost as if through this ambient release we are finally seeing the bright spark of Moby's quiet inner worlds that he has eluded to several times in his melodies but never for very long or very clearly. If you dig early 90's ambient releases by artists such as Aphex Twin, Terre Thaemlitz, Ken Ishii, Sine, Omicron and Human Mesh Dance, than this should sit well in your chilled collections. i give it a 5 out of 5. thank you moby!
  • Dori
I wouldn't say it's the best Moby album ever or anything - it's just him travelling further down the pop avenue. I think this album is just NICE. It's warm and a bit personal. It's basically a POP album and even pop rock in places (e.g. "Raining Again", "Beautiful", "Spiders"), but it's not cheesy mainstream pop. Whereas I quite like this album, there are some things I wasn't too happy about: 1) Seems like Moby is not really able to stop using his string synths - he was using them since "Play", I believe (or even before that?) and continues using them today. Not really a big deal, but I think they start sound a bit dated. 2) Melodies sound quite unoriginal if you ask me... They are catchy, good... but quite unoriginal and straightforward. 3) Lyrics... Usually I didn't mind Moby's lyrics on "Play" or "18", but "Hotel" sees Moby singing lovesongs... Not really what I'd like to hear him doing. But anyway - as I said, this album is worth checking out. It's really well-produced and well-balanced. As for the 2nd CD, I think it's really great ambient! Very deep and atmospheric, perfect for chilling out and also works perfectly as background music.
  • one life
Wow! One of the best Moby's albums ever! It's a new part in history of electronic music. Same old moby, same old sound, but the coolest thing that this is what we've been waiting for. everyone. "Lift Me Up" & "Very" sounds like it's from Voodoo Child releases. TOP rated songs from album is "Lift Me Up", "Spiders" & "Where You End". Second CD is... i don't wanna even write about it. it's a dull disc with songs that should only exsists as B-Sides. So It should be called not a "Hotel/Ambient", i think it should be called "Hotel/Basement". so 1st cd is 5/5 and 2nd is 1/5
  • Ieslyaenn
I think the name "Hotel/Ambient is fitting. Since it is the album hotel with an additional ambient album.