Moby - The Only Thing

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Music: 'The Only Thing', performed by Moby, Vocals by Moby and Julie Mintz.

Taken from the 'Third Person' movie.
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Paul Haggis' film The Third Person recently received a widespread theatrical release, and bald-headed beatmaker Moby has now shared a music video for the song he wrote for the flick, "The Only Thing."

The track is a beat-driven duet sung by Moby and Julie Mintz?. In the clip, we see shots of Moby and Mintz singing very intently into the camera, and this is intercut with footage from The Third Person. The film features Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, Kim Basinger, Adrien Brody, James Franco and Olivia Wilde, so some rather famous faces turn up in the video.

"I wrote this song based on the movie," Moby said in a statement. "Specifically i wrote it about Liam Neeson's history in the movie, which i can't say anything about as it will give away the plot."
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2014  10s  Moby  Pop

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