Moby – Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad

„Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad“ is a song by American electronica musician Moby. It was released on October 11, 1999 as the fourth single from his fifth studio album Play.

„Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad“ was originally written by Moby in 1992 in an iteration which Moby would describe as „really bad techno… Just mediocre, generic techno.“  Years later, Moby revisited the song, reproducing it as a considerably slower and more „mournful and romantic“ song, which he eventually included on his fifth studio album, Play after being encouraged to do so by his manager, Eric Härle.

The song is an original composition by Moby, using samples from a 1963 recording of the Banks Brothers song, „He’ll Roll Your Burdens Away.“ Diane Charlemagne, vocalist of Urban Cookie Collective, sings on the track.

„Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad“ was released on October 11, 1999 by Mute Records as the fourth single from Play. The single peaked at number 16 on the UK Singles Chart. It also reached the top ten on the charts of several other European territories, including Austria, Switzerland, and Germany, where it reached number three, its highest peak chart position. At the time, Moby felt that the single’s success in Germany was „as far as any success for Play was gonna go.“

 

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