Moby's been through an incarnation or two-underground unknown, über-trendy illegible, frighteningly commercial jingle machine, Gwen Stefani's motorcycle buddy. So it was probably about time for it all to come around and make a circle. Harkening back to his early days, Last Night is all about the club and the roots of club music, before the divas and the "remix as promotion tool" thing came along, when DJs were godly maestros, not just background noise, and their musical constructions were what brought you into the night. The sound is very eclectic, very experimental vocal content, with varied tempos and moods. This is the perfect album for a dance purist who loves the journey and loves to taken through all veins of house.