You've Come a Long Way Baby - Fatboy Slim CD - £2.96 delivered!! plus 6 % Quidco
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You've Come a Long Way Baby - Fatboy Slim CD - £2.96 delivered!! plus 6 % Quidco

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Found 4th May 2008Made hot 4th May 2008
Description
Norman Cook, aka Fat Boy Slim, shows off his big beat-dancestyle once again with the release of YOU'VE COME A LONG WAYBABY. Packed with pure energy, smart breaks and edgy samples, YOU'VE COME A LONG WAY BABY is a strong follow up to 1997's BETTER LIVING THROUGH CHEMISTRY. The first single, "The Rockafeller Skank" cleverly uses a Lord Finesse vocal sample that dominates the massive-sounding track. In addition, the twangy surf guitars provide a texture not often heard in bigbeat.
"Gangster Tripping", the second single, is a funky, mind-bending head-nodder that uses smashing drums, horn shots, reggae breaks and filtering techniques. Other tracks tomake you move are "Build it Up", the adrenaline wig-out "Acid 8000" and "Praise You", with its catchy, '70s-like piano hook. The title of this album speaks volumes about the stateof Fat Boy Slim's work. Catch up or you'll get stomped by the big beat explosion.

Right Here Right Now
Rockafeller Skank
F*cking In Heaven
Gangster Trippin'
Build It Up Tear It Down
Kalifornia
Soul Surfing
You're Not From Brighton
Praise You
Love Island
Acid 8000

5 Comments

not really worth mentioning if its being sold for more than a £1 imo

....fatboy slim is f*cking in heaven....

always the track I skip, it's just irritating.

grex9101;2027364

....fatboy slim is f*cking in heaven....always the track I skip, it's … ....fatboy slim is f*cking in heaven....always the track I skip, it's just irritating.



I made a copy of the CD without that track. I can't have my kids singing that song in Waitrose. It's bad enough that he sings, "Ok my God, I can't believe it, never been so far from home…". It's nice that a five year old likes good music, but it is fraught with danger.

I'd buy this if it was the version with the DVD included... but not for the CD only.

doublecuffs;2027843

I made a copy of the CD without that track. I can't have my kids singing … I made a copy of the CD without that track. I can't have my kids singing that song in Waitrose. It's bad enough that he sings, "Ok my God, I can't believe it, never been so far from home…". It's nice that a five year old likes good music, but it is fraught with danger.



What's wrong with that lyric? (the one you quote - not the fatboy slim one). It's not as if it's vulgar or anything .. it's played on Radio 1 etc all the time!
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