Everyday It's 1989
by Moby

Album: Last Night (2008)
  • This old-school rave track refers to a time when nobody had heard of Moby. He told Uncut magazine February 2008 that this was one of two rave tracks on the album: "Maybe they won't sound like buildings falling down to anybody else, but to me, when all the instruments kick in, it feels more like rough punk rock rather than a dance song."

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