Fatboy Slim ‎– Big Beach Boutique II - The Movie

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Eagle Vision ‎– EREDV 279
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Sound: Dolby Surround 5.1, Dolby Digital Stereo, DTS Digital Surround Sound
DVD 9 Dual Layer, 16:9 Screen format
Running Time 128min. aprox.
© 2002 Big Beach Boutique An Eagle Vision is a Division of Eagle Rock Entertainment Ltd.
Comes in standard DVD case with a 9 pages booklet
Footage of Fatboy Slim's set from Brighton Beach. Tracks 1 to 21 have optional commentary with Fatboy Slim and his mates. Although not mentioned in the sleeve; track 3 is actually 77 Strings (Original Instrumental), track 6 is At Night (Kid Crème Club Mix), track 8 is Get Me Off (Superchumbo Supergetoff Remix), track 9 is Love Story (Tim Deluxe Remix). Tracks 10 and 15 have alternate video footage that you can select by changing the angle.

Title 22 is broken into 6 chapters and is partially accompanied by the songs Praise You and Right Here Right Now by Fatboy Slim.

Title 23 is accessible by pushing up in the main extras menu, then entering "303" as the code. It is split up into 10 chapters and contains the songs We Love Sax by Tim Deluxe, Lazy by X-Press 2, It Just Won't Do by Tim Deluxe, Mountains by Meeker, To Get Down (Fatboy Slim Mix) by Timo Maas, Always & Forever by The Space Cowboy, and Reach Out by Midfield General.

Title 24 is shown when you win the Dolphin Derby game in the extras menu and is split up into 2 chapters. It is accompanied by the song City Approach by Grandadbob. Title 25 is shown when you win the Weapon Of Choice game in the extras menu and is split up into 2 chapters. It is accompanied by the song Tied To The Mast by Lo-Fidelity Allstars. The first chapters of both titles 24 and 25 are footage of a roller coaster ride in first person.

The songs At Night (Kid Crème Club Mix) by Shakedown, Tied To The Mast by Lo-Fidelity Allstars, and Haze by Danmass play in the menus.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5034504927971
  • Barcode (Text): 5 034504 927971
  • Matrix / Runout (Layer 0): manufactured by optimal media production D269578-01
  • Matrix / Runout (Layer 1): D269578-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L572
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9719

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EV 300259 Fatboy Slim Big Beach Boutique II - The Movie(DVD, NTSC, Reg) Eagle Vision EV 300259 US 2002 Sell This Version
301 148 9 Fatboy Slim Big Beach Boutique II - The Movie(DVD, PAL, Reg) Eagle Vision 301 148 9 France 2002 Sell This Version
none Fatboy Slim Big Beach Boutique II - The Movie(DVD-V, Mixed, PAL) Eagle Vision, Max (6) none Greece 2002 Sell This Version
EREDV 279 Fatboy Slim Big Beach Boutique II - The Movie(DVD-V, Mixed, Unofficial, Multichannel, PAL) Eagle Vision EREDV 279 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
0927494132 Fatboy Slim Big Beach Boutique II - The Movie(DVD, Mixed, PAL) Warner Vision Australia 0927494132 Australia 2002 Sell This Version

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Apeman

Apeman

July 12, 2008
This probably has to be one of the most famous DJ gigs of all time. In front of 250, 000 people, Norman Cook spins some great Funky House, Deep House, Big Beat, and . . . er . . . All Saints!!!

This DVD shows the whole 90 minutes (that had to be cut off by the police, otherwise it would have been two hours), but he manages to pull of a (mostly) great set of tunes. Starting with the more upfront stuff like Tim Deluxe's "It Just Won't Do", to later going into more deep, and progressive territory around track 9. He mixes the tracks pretty well (most of the time), and the crowd and Fatboy Slim himself are having a brilliant time. People who are expecting Big Beat are going to be dissapointed as this is a pretty Big Beat lite set (with the exception of Mint Royale's "Sexiest Man In Jamaca" and Fatboy's own "Right Here, Right Now")

One big flaw though is, that the needle skips on a couple of the tracks, and the DVD editors forgot to re-edit the set to remove them, speaking of editing, the actual editing of the crowd and Norman is superb.

Overall, a nice set with a mixture of both Upfront and Deeper House music from the early 2000's.