Fatboy Slim ‎– Palookaville

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Skint ‎– SKI 517884 1
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2 × Vinyl, LP
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Credits

  • Design, Art Direction, IllustrationRed Design
  • Mixed By, Engineer [Engineered By], Mastered By, Executive-ProducerSimon Thornton
  • Producer [Produced By]Fatboy Slim

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5099751788416
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): 56359 1A 5178841000
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): 56359 1B 5178841000
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, stamped): 56359 1C 5178841000
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, stamped): 56359 1D 5178841000
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 01406

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ASW 74472, 7243 8 74472 0 2 Fatboy Slim Palookaville(CD, Album) Astralwerks, Skint ASW 74472, 7243 8 74472 0 2 US 2004 Sell This Version
5178842000 Fatboy Slim Palookaville(CD, Album) Skint 5178842000 Australia 2004 Sell This Version
ASW 64748, 517884 2 Fatboy Slim Palookaville(CD, Album) Astralwerks, Skint ASW 64748, 517884 2 US 2004 Sell This Version
ASW 64748 Fatboy Slim Palookaville(2xLP, Album) Astralwerks ASW 64748 US 2004 Sell This Version
SKI 517884 2, 5178842000, 517884 2 Fatboy Slim Palookaville(CD, Album) Skint, Skint, Skint SKI 517884 2, 5178842000, 517884 2 Europe 2004 Sell This Version

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Apeman

Apeman

October 24, 2007
Slash, Dot, Dash, Dot, Dash, Dot, Com!

Here we move onto Album Four! "Palookaville" follows the same ecclectic formula, that his previous album "Halway Between The Gutter And The Stars", but with a few exceptions, wipes the entire classic "Fatboy" sound for good.

While songs, such as "Slash Dot Dash", "El Bebe Masoquista", and "Jin Go Lo Ba" (a cover of Jingo), would not feel out of place of the previous LP's, Norm explores even more genres from Hip-Hop with Lateef the Truthspeaker ("Wonderful Night" and "The Journey"), Indie/Alternative Rock "Long Way From Home", "Put It Back Together" (with the fantastic Damon Album from Blur and Gorillaz), and "Push and Shove", and many more, and a return apperance of Bootsy Collins "The Joker".

The best tracks on album four (in my opinion) is the John Martyn sampling "North West Three" (classic!), and the laid-back "Song For Chesh", that takes him on a more trip-hop direction.

It may not be "Better Living Though Chemistry" or "You've Come A Long Way, Baby", but it is still a good listen. Rock on!