The lead single from Moby's forthcoming fifth album Hotel sounds like the little veggie electro geek's New Order tribute. On the album it appears just before a New Order cover, and the hands-in-the-air anthemic vibe - suggested by the title and followed through with the music - is very early '80s, in a good way.
As with the rest of the album, there's not a sample in sight - and this from a man whose mainstream fame was derived largely from gospel-tinged snippets in tracks from the Play and 18 albums.
Moby himself is on vocal and production duties on a track that does the rare thing of combining a homespun feel with a nose for a hook. Remixes from Mylo and others guarantee drivetime toes will tap, and a long CD2 includes remix software so you can give the big name remixers a run for their money.