moby

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moby

(ˈməʊbɪ)
n, pl -bies
(Telecommunications) informal a mobile phone
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At first Moby - real name Richard Melville Hall - said he was "confused" by her denial and posted a selfie of them together to prove his point.
Moby, whose legal name is Richard Melville Hall, in March released his 15th studio album, Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt.
The famous American singer, Moby (Richard Melville Hall) said 'What fascinates me about addiction and obsessive behavior is that people would choose an altered state of consciousness that is toxic and ostensibly destroys most aspects of your normal life, because for a brief moment you feel okay.'
It''''s still a far cry from the 48-year-old''''s techno days in the 1990s, but it''''s now typical of the New York artist, whose real name is Richard Melville Hall, to produce unwinding, tranquil harmonies, although, once again, he maintains the level of intrigue.
Most people wouldn't know Richard Melville Hall if they tripped over him.
The American singer-songwriter and musician Richard Melville Hall, better known by his stage name Moby, had the opening night of the Ollesummer festival in Tallinn.
"I will hopefully be spending most of my time in the sea, but I''m assuming I''ll need a wet (or even a dry) suit, as I''m guessing the water''s kind of cold?" says Moby, real name Richard Melville Hall.
"For better or worse, I've been going out in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, since the early 80s," explains Moby (real name Richard Melville Hall).
Moby, or Richard Melville Hall to give him his real name, is thoughtful, articulate and pretty modest about his achievements.
Richard Melville Hall is very comfortable describing his "feelings of inadequacy and low self-esteem"--which is mind-boggling once you realize that Hall is the artist better known as Moby, the musical jack-of-all-trades whose career has exploded over the past decade.