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Palookaville
 : Palookaville



by: Fatboy Slim


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Price: $8.97
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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0724386474827
Item Dimensions: 5050021575
Label: Astralwerks
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Astralwerks
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: October 05, 2004
Publisher: Astralwerks
Release Date: October 05, 2004
Studio: Astralwerks




Disc 1:
  1. Don't Let The Man Get You Down
  2. Slash Dot Dash
  3. Wonderful Night (featuring Lateef)
  4. Long Way From Home (featuring Jonny Quality)
  5. Put It Back Together (featuring Damon Albarn)
  6. El Bebe Masoquista
  7. Push And Shove (featuring Justin Robertson)
  8. North West Three
  9. The Journey (featuring Lateef)
  10. JIN GO LO BA
  11. Song For Chesh
  12. The Joker (featuring Bootsy Collins)
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Palookaville [PA] - Fatboy Slim/Paul Oakenfold (CD 2...

Amazon.com:
Working with Blur on their Think Tank album clearly made an impact on Norman Cook. Palookaville, his fourth outing as cartoon dance hero Fatboy Slim, has a distinctly beatnik theme running through it. It also relies more on real instruments and proper songs, rather than Cook's laptop and fun floor fillers, swapping instant thrills for something longer lasting. That said it's unmistakably a Fatboy Slim record, and a pretty phenomenal one at that.

The trademark beach party anthems are still there. The Latino shake of "Wonderful Night," "El Bebe Masoquista"'s electro-funk, and single "Slash Dot Dash" with its snarling surf guitar all prove that there's life in Bigbeat yet. But it's the mellower tracks that stand-up to constant rewinds. "North West Three," a dreamy twilight tune dedicated to wife Zoe Ball, is a gorgeously romantic swayer and plinky hobo ditty "Put It Back Together" delivers a ramshackle shot of optimism in the Think Tank style, complete with a drowsy Damon Albarn. Meanwhile, the moody sub-bass rumble of "Long Way From Home" and road movie rocker "Push and Shove" find the middle ground and demonstrate that Cook's imagination is as active as ever.

All the usual cut'n'paste musical bric-a-brac's there. All the wackiness and cool grooves remain. It's just that this time they sound just as good in the living room as they do on the dance-floor. --Dan Gennoe



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