Underworld ‎– Beaucoup Fish

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V2 ‎– 63881-27042-2, Junior Boy's Own ‎– 63881-27042-2
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1 Cups 11:45
2 Push Upstairs 4:34
3 Jumbo 6:58
4 Shudder/King Of Snake
Written-By – Donna Summer, Giorgio Moroder, Peter Bellotte*
9:29
5 Winjer 4:29
6 Skym 4:07
7 Bruce Lee 4:42
8 Kittens 7:30
9 Push Downstairs 6:03
10 Something Like A Mama 6:37
11 Moaner 7:32

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Notes

Comes with a foldout insert.

Recorded and mixed at LemonWorld.
Mastered at Soundmasters.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 38812 70422 1
  • Barcode (String): 638812704221
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): L388 3881 63881270422 D90215-15 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): L388 3881 63881270422 D00908-01 A
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 9100
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 6100

Other Versions (5 of 37) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
JBO1005438 Underworld Beaucoup Fish(CD, Album) JBO, V2 JBO1005438 UK & Europe 1999 Sell This Version
V2 - 0150399 Underworld Beaucoup Fish(Cass, Album) V2 V2 - 0150399 Indonesia Unknown Sell This Version
337202 Underworld Beaucoup Fish(CD, Album, RE) Junior Boy's Own, V2, Festival Mushroom Records 337202 Australia & New Zealand Unknown Sell This Version
0602537938636 Underworld Beaucoup Fish(CD, Album, RE) Universal Music Catalogue 0602537938636 UK, Europe & US 2014 Sell This Version
UWR00073 Underworld Beaucoup Fish(2xLP, RE, RM) Universal UMC UWR00073 US 2017 Sell This Version

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FLuViRuS

FLuViRuS

September 13, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

I totally see why Underworld chose the singles off this album as they did. This album comprises quality house / tech house / techno tunes, with subtly-infused pop sensibilities. When it came out in the market, I remembered that epic house was the new frontier and Underworld's 12 minutes "Cups" (which subsequently yielded another 9 minutes' worth of remix by Salt City Orchestra) wowed the world over.

The singles off this album have been remixed by big names such as Adam Beyer, Darren Price, Roger Sanchez, Rob Rives, Francois K, Future Shock, Micronauts (incredibly creative remix of Bruce Lee), Buffalo Daughter, Dave Clarke, Ashley Beedle, Slam, Fatboy Slim, and of course, Underworld themselves. The remixes are quality tracks, each and every of them, which rivals the hard-to-beat originals. The B sides off this album are a little more questionable, but they're not the highlights anyway.

That was a wonderful era for Underworld. Darren Emerson was still part of the group, BT was a rising star, and Pete Tong was releasing his Essential Mixes compilations. I remember those glorious days.
kentandrew

kentandrew

September 12, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

For some strange reason, the first and last tracks on this full-length are the best offerings. However formulaic Underworld are and similar all their albums are, every album sounds refreshing and energetic. Moaner is the reason I bought this, but overall everything is enjoyable. I have never liked the picks that Underworld make for their singles. Push upstairs and bruce lee are singles in numerous forms of media, but I have never touched a single one, regardless of who remixed the track. This is one of the few bands whose remixes are never matched by the original song.