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At-A-Glance

Length: c. 7 minutes

About this Piece

Originally released on the 1995 album Everything Is Wrong, the composition then found a home in Michael Mann’s lauded L.A. crime drama Heat. Playing over the climax of the film, as Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino have their final confrontation, this juxtaposition of delicate arpeggios, soaring strings, and bombastic percussion has become one of Moby’s most enduring and beloved compositions.