Live on Brighton Beach
 : Live on Brighton Beach

by: Fatboy Slim

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0824669500622
Format: Live
Item Dimensions: 4550025575
Label: Mca
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Mca
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Mca
Release Date: June 25, 2002
Studio: Mca

Disc 1:
  1. Born Slippy (Nuxx) - Underworld
  2. Right Here Right Now - Fatboy Slim
  3. Austins Groove - Kid Creme
  4. Southern Thing - Scanty
  5. The Groovy Thing - Minimal Funk
  6. Pray - Santos
  7. The Talk - The Clumps
  8. Where's Your Head At? - Basement Jaxx
  9. Jack it Up - Fatboy Slim
  10. Rocket Base - Jark Prongo
  11. Drop Some Drums (Original Version) - (Love) Tattoo
  12. Put Your Hands Up - Black And White Brothers
  13. 3-2-1 Fire! - Santos
  14. Star 69 - Fatboy Slim
  15. The Real Life (Fatboy Slim Mix) - Raven Maize
  16. Sunset (Bird Of Prey) - Fatboy Slim
  17. Phat Planet (Album Version) - Leftfield
  18. Speak Lord (I Get Deep) - Roland Clark
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Editorial Review:
On a crystal clear English summer's evening in 2001, Norman Cook played a celebrated DJ set in front of an estimated 30,000 loved-up Brightonians, generating two hours of typically hedonistic party mayhem. It's these two hours--or, at least, an edited version of them--that make up Cook's first mix album in ages and a perfect souvenir of the night now known as "Normstock." Soundwise, the album sees Senor Fatboy doing what he does best--mashing up thumping dance floor favorites with a sweat-drenched party panache. Those expecting classic big beat belters are in for a shock, though, since Mr. Slim is more into straight-up house and techno these days--albeit with a party twist. So, we get some of 2001's biggest records--Basement Jaxx's "Where's Your Head At?," Raven Maze's "The Real Life," a couple from Santos--alongside a smattering of classics (Leftfield's "Phat Planet," an anthemic version of Underworld's "Born Slippy") and the off Fatboy number to keep the regulars happy. The result is a hot, sweaty, grimy mix that captures the sound and feel of Norman Cook's DJ sets, even if it does feel a touch out of date. --Matt Anniss

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