Voodoo Kid can be an on-again, off-again alias for Moby (Richard Melville Hall), who also uses the name for singles and albums which are nearer to traditional techno than his usual cross-cultural genre tests. The nom de plume 1st appeared around the Voodoo Kid 12″ solitary in 1991, the songs from which later on made an appearance on Moby’s Instinct Dance Compilation. The Demons/Horses 12″, which presented two 20-minute dancefloor epics, premiered in 1994, adopted the next 12 months from the pulsing deep home of the bigger solitary. Voodoo Child’s 1st full-length launch was a significant departure; rather than the weighty dance beats from the singles, 1996’s THE FINISH of Everything was a spacy and melodic trance record offering the single Doggie Heaven. (The belated U.S. problem of this recording was acknowledged both to Voodoo Kid and Moby on leading cover to attract Hall’s developing fan base beyond traditional dance music listeners.) The Voodoo Kid alias was after that retired for quite some time, until Hall resurrected it in 2003 for a set of 12″ singles, Consider It House/Strings and Light Is within Your Eye/Electronics, inspired by way of a nostalgic desire to generate new function in the design of the golf club music of his early years. Released in 2004, the full-length Baby Monkey continuing with this unapologetically vintage vibe.