Go - the Very Best of Moby is a marketing gimmick rather than a career-spanning compilation of the techno music superstar's works. Most of the songs are from his commercially successful albums Play (1999), 18 (2002), and Hotel (2005). The collection includes some of his classics, such as the mellow and soulful Natural Blues, dance-pop Lift Me Up, and ambient trip hop Porcelain. Moby proves electronic music can have great emotional quality too, as he shows in melancholic track Why does my Heart Feel so Bad? However, the new remix version of Go, his debut commercial smash, is disappointing. The remix doesn't add anything, or take it to a new level, and has the same vibe as the original. New single New York, New York featuring Blondie's Debbie Harry is upbeat and danceable, but it lacks the edge to outdo his previous hits. Don't bother if you already own Moby's three classic albums. But this compilation would be a good starting point for new fans to get to know Moby, one of the most innovative musicians to bring techno music to mainstream audiences.