The newest collection from Moby consisits most of the singles that made airwaves and television in the late nineties til now. "Go: The Very Best of Moby" contains several songs from his last three albums- "Play," "18," and "Hotels"- in which I already own all three albums, and all are very excellent music achievements. But what caught my eye was mostly the remix disc, and that he had a new single and updated remix of "Go." As for the review on Disc One, it is not a surprise that this highlights Moby's singles from the "Play" album until now. It includes some of my favorites such as "Natural Blues," "South Side," "We Are All Made of Stars," a different edit of "In My Heart", "Lift Me Up," "Dream About Me," and "Beautiful." The collaboration with Debra Harry on "New York, New York" seemed like an ordinary track and lacked some of the emotion Moby puts into most of his works. I wonder if it was just a left over track from one of Moby's previous albums that he didn't use. The 2006 mix of "Go" is good, with a very upbeat sound but still has the same vibe and feel as the original track. Another bonus that I enjoyed is the last track "God Moving Over the Face of the Waters." It is a beautiful track of ambiance and spirit, and was the closing song in the last scene and credits of the 1995 film "Heat." Not a shocker at all of the outcome of the first disc- a great collection of Moby's finest works. Now, on to the bonus disc: the remixes. Remixes of Moby have appeared on several mixes from some of the world's best DJ's and producers, so that got me excited when I saw that this was being thown in with the album. Some of the remixes are average to good, but I have heard better remixes of the same songs and some remixed songs that did not make it to the disc. For instance, the Olav Basoski remix of "Bodyrock" is not too bad, but the Hybrid mix of the track is very upbeat and full of energy. Tiesto's remix of "Extreme Ways" is decent, but his remix of "We Are All Made of Stars" is alot better than his "Extreme Ways" mix, and better than the Timo Maas remix that is on the album. Oakenfold's remix of "Natural Blues" is good, but I have heard a different edit of the Oakey remix that has more lyrics from the verses in it. I have also heard some remixes from songs such as "Porcelain" and "In This World" that are extremely well done with a darker, progressive feel that did not make the album. I honsestly think they wanted the remixes to be more brighter and commercial than some of the other mixes I have heard. For instance, Ferry COorsten's mix of "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?" has that commercial trance sound that Ferry is known for. But some of the remixes are good, such as Mylo's "Lift Me Up" and Steve Agnello's "Raining Again." I think that I just had higher expectations on the bonus disc because I have heard so many great remixes from Moby's work. All in all though , the first disc is worth it by itself, and the remix disc is just a bonus.