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Live on Brighton Beach
     

Live on Brighton Beach

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by Fatboy Slim
 

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Not just the second live mix album from Brighton's favorite son, but his second actually recorded in the city that's taken him under its wing, Live on Brighton Beach concentrates less on the funk nuggets that made his inland mix, On the Floor at the Boutique. Despite his recent pop crossovers on the production front (or perhaps, as a result of

Overview

Not just the second live mix album from Brighton's favorite son, but his second actually recorded in the city that's taken him under its wing, Live on Brighton Beach concentrates less on the funk nuggets that made his inland mix, On the Floor at the Boutique. Despite his recent pop crossovers on the production front (or perhaps, as a result of them), Norman Cook is still one of the best party DJs in the world, unafraid to spin the big hits (Underworld's "Born Slippy Nuxx," Basement Jaxx's "Where's Your Head At," his own "Right Here Right Now") for big reactions. Still, Cook also drops some amazing obscurities, like the disco burner "Southern Thing" by Scanty and "The Talk" by underrated Chicago house producer Harrison Crump. Regardless of whether it's a familiar track or a newer dubplate, Live on Brighton Beach gets everyone down in fine fashion, and makes for a much better listen than most of Fatboy Slim's production works.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/25/2002
Label:
Mca
UPC:
0824669500622
catalogNumber:
695006

Tracks

  1. Born Slippy (Nuxx) by Underworld
  2. Right Here Right Now by Fatboy Slim
  3. Austins Groove by Kid Creme
  4. Southern Thing by Scanty
  5. The Groovy Thang by Minimal Funk
  6. Pray by Santos
  7. The Talk by The Clumps
  8. Where's Your Head At? by Basement Jaxx
  9. Jack It Up by Fatboy Slim
  10. Rocket Base by Jack Prongo
  11. Drop Some Drums (Original Version) by (Love) Tattoo
  12. Put Your Hands Up by Black and White Brothers
  13. 3-2-1 Fire! by Santos
  14. Star 69 by Fatboy Slim
  15. The Real Life (Fatboy Slim Mix) by Raven Maize
  16. Sunset (Bird of Prey) by Fatboy Slim
  17. Phat Planet (Album Version) by Leftfield
  18. Speark Lord (I Get Deep) by Roland Clark

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Fatboy Slim   Primary Artist,DJ
Damien   Vocals
Julian Crampton   Bass
Basement Jaxx   Track Performer
Erick "More" Morillo   Background Vocals
Diane Charlemagne   Vocals
Mike   Vocals
Roland Clark   Track Performer
Shawnee Taylor   Vocals
Raven Maize   Track Performer
Jark Prongo   Track Performer
Minimal Funk   Track Performer
Junior Sanchez   Background Vocals
Michael Moog   Background Vocals
[Love] Tattoo   Track Performer
Kevin Brooks   Guitar
Scanty Sandwich   Track Performer
Kid Creme   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Dave Darlington   Engineer
Leftfield   Producer
Richard Marshall   Producer
John Paton   Promoter
Alex Poots   Promoter
Erick "More" Morillo   Producer
Richard Searle   Engineer
Fatboy Slim   Producer
Rev. Tim Flemming   Video Images
Adam Wren   Engineer
Djaimin   Producer
Laidback Luke   Producer,Remixing
Simon Thornton   Engineer
Harrison Crump   Producer
Ratcliffe   Producer
Santos   Composer,Producer,Contributor
Dave Lee   Producer
Kevin Brooks   Engineer
Buxton   Producer
No Future   Video Images
Stephen Allkins   Producer
Jark   Producer
Justin Shave   Producer
Dorian Lynskey   Liner Notes

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Live on Brighton Beach 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The CD just came out today, and I was one of the eager fans who has been waiting for the release of this much anticipated live set. Live on Brighton Beach is probably one of the best dance CDs I've bought in the last couple years. Norman Cook always manages to give his fans something original and eclectic. Much respect to him...buy this CD and you won't be disappointed!