Moby Cuts Out Drugs & Alcohol

Dance music star MOBY is celebrating his sobriety after abstaining from drugs and alcohol for the last year.
The Porcelain hitmaker was once a fixture in Manhattan's Lower East Side club scene - but the 44 year old has now traded late nights of drinking for a healthier lifestyle.
He tells the New York Daily News, "I haven't been drinking in about a year. I used to stay up till 8am drinking and doing drugs. Then I'd drink green tea and eat spirulina. You might say I was the healthiest of inebriates. The problem is living downtown. Between my house and my recording studio, there'd be 37 bars."


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