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Fatboy SlimYou've Come A Long Way, Baby

Genre:Electronic
Style:Big Beat
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Right Here, Right Now
The Rockafeller Skank
Fucking In Heaven
Gangster Tripping
Build It Up - Tear It Down
Kalifornia
Soul Surfing
You're Not From Brighton
Praise You
Love Island
Acid 8000

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    • LPmannen's avatar
      LPmannen
      This is a fantastic pressing with rich and powerful sound! Highly recommended! :)
      • r2aon's avatar
        r2aon
        I was disappointed when unpacked new record and found reviews here talking about flat sound and etc. But when i listened it - nothing terrible. No cracks, sibilants, maybe little bit narrower "soundstage" and tiny a lack of bass when compared to digital. At my opinion reviews here are much worse then it really is. But when compared to modern days The Prodigy reissues - they definitely did a better job preserving FAT bass and soundstage with no distortion
        • jasonsouza77's avatar
          jasonsouza77
          how does this sound compared to a 90s original? 10 char
          • ortottysta's avatar
            ortottysta
            Nice edition, sounds smooth - only complaint is COULD YOU PLS USE BIGGER FONT ON THE MF BOOKLET?
            • Sir.Gil.Santos's avatar
              Great Pressing.
              Sounds amazing and is a great compilation back in the 90's rave scene
              • AlbertaLPMike's avatar
                AlbertaLPMike
                Excellent pressing and sound quality. This album is a masterpiece!
                • mattcymru2021's avatar
                  mattcymru2021
                  Edited one year ago
                  absolute genious... i enjoyed playing fcking in heaven in the pub. praise you though really grates on me now.. i do wish hed make another album...
                  • BigBeat25's avatar
                    BigBeat25
                    Edited one year ago
                    Wanna hear some good goofy and cheesy music ? This is for you !

                    The first time I heard "Right Here, Right Now", I was blown away. I said to myself "This is gonna be awesome".
                    And then "The Rockafeller Skank" follows. The first minutes are okay, the funky retro guitar riffs are cool, the beats are nice. However, things become less enjoyable a bit before the fourth minute mark, when the slowing rhythm transitions to a very, very loud high-pitched noise that was not necessary in my opinion. If this is arguably Norman's most well known tune, it's my personal least favorite.
                    Fortunately, "F****** In Heaven" (which is a nice recall of Gran Turismo 2) features a more casual atmosphere that will predominate in a few other choons, notably in "You're Not From Brighton", "Gangster Trippin" and "Praise You".
                    Otherwise, the other songs offer very danceable vibes that started with "Right Here, Right Now". I will particularly mention the huge beats of "Love Island", the 303 tribute of "Acid 8000" and the heavily distorted lyrics of "Kalifornia".

                    I confess that I prefer the dark side of big beat, thanks to artists like The Crystal Method, The Prodigy, Junkie XL, The Chems and Lunatic Calm to quote some the most well-known ones. Therefore, I can't rank "You've Come A Long Way, Baby" as high, yet the latter got unforgettable bangers that are inescapable if you're new to this style.

                    As a matter of fact, I do prefer "Better Living Through Chemistry". Even if the level of cheesiness is also non-negligible, I find it more homogeneous and I fully appreciate listening to it from beginning to end, unlike its successor. But that's just me.

                    If you like big beats, but you would choose a enjoyable atmosphere to take advantage of on a sunny day, then this is definitely for you, as well as Fatboy's third LP "Halfway Between The Gutter And The Stars" (which is more house oriented) and his "On The Floor At The Boutique" DJ mix.
                    To finish in this continuity of a few recommandations, most of the stuff Skint Records released is in the same vein as this CD. I think of artists such as Midfield General (Skint's boss, whose music is as cheesy as Mr. Cook), Cut La Roc, Bentley Rhythm Ace and Lo Fidelity Allstars.
                    On other labels, there's also "On The Ropes" by Mint Royale, "The Antidote" by The Wiseguys and "Fused" by Hardwire.
                    • musicnut72's avatar
                      musicnut72
                      Not sure why this is getting bad reviews - my #0004 copy sounds flawless!
                      • NilsLWeber's avatar
                        NilsLWeber
                        I used to love it, but looking back, it isn't that intersting. I still regard Track 1, 2 and 9 as classics, but the rest reaches from extremely forgettable to horrible annoying - Tracks 3 and 4 are the worst. This style is alright for one song, maybe two - but a whole CD? No thanks

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