Slipping Away (Moby Song) - Moby and Mylène Farmer Version - Credits and Personnel

Credits and Personnel

The credits and the personnel as they appear on the back of the single:

  • Moby – lyrics, vocals, instruments, engineering of the original version
  • Mylène Farmer – lyrics, vocals
  • Manhattan Clique – production
  • Brian Sperber – engineering of the original version
  • Little Idiot Music / Warner Tamerlane Publishing (BMI) / Requiem Publishing – editions
  • Jérôme Devoise – recording of Mylène Farmer's vocals
  • Paul Van Parys for Stuffed Monkey – vocal production
  • Drew Griffiths at Titanium Studio, London – Mylène Farmer vocal mixing
  • TS3 / Thierry Suc – Mylène Farmer management

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