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Fatboy Slim

Started by Ben_j, Mar 10, 2017, 14:55

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Quote from: MadPooter on Mar 25, 2022, 21:26

Seems like that album has largely been scrubbed from the Internetz (which makes me sad because I no longer have a copy of it).

Dude. I have my 192 (shhhhh) rip of the CD. Listen to it regularly. Happy to share!

There's also a flac rip I could point you in the right direction of...
dancesoitallkeepsspinning

Quote from: MadPooter on Mar 25, 2022, 21:26

I had to search through the dregs of YouTube to find a (less-than-quality) stream of Fatboy Slim's Big Beach Boutique I.



Seems like that album has largely been scrubbed from the Internetz (which makes me sad because I no longer have a copy of it).

I'm pleased to see Norman continuing to hit it behind the decks, though. Gonna catch him in SF next month. :)

Well, I think, that it's because of sample/track licences, etc.
That's what makes all of those compilations, etc really rare nowadays :/
Where do I start?
Where do I begin?

Quote from: JRSZ on Mar 26, 2022, 19:07

Well, I think, that it's because of sample/track licences, etc.
That's what makes all of those compilations, etc really rare nowadays :/

You're absolutely correct, sadly.

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As part of 6 Music Goes Back the the 90's we're putting a spin on Steve Lamacq's 6 Music Album Club, by asking artists to mix up a seminal record of theirs from that time. Our guests can be as creative as they like with their own work - free to change up the order, tempos and structure of the album. It's a new piece of work made from their own classic album.

Today, Fatboy Slim has mixed up his 1998 classic album 'You've Come a Long Way, Baby', which celebrates it's 25th anniversary this year. Hitting number one in the UK Albums Chart, the album generated four singles: "The Rockafeller Skank", "Gangster Tripping", "Praise You", and "Right Here, Right Now" - becoming a seminal dance music record of it's time.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m001gvr7
no idea, no idea

Quote from: ThePumisher on Jan 22, 2023, 17:16
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m001gvr7


I've been meaning to post this but you beat me to it. Essential listening for hardcore Fatboy fans, complete with a Greta Thunberg edit of Right Here Right Now.

Fatboy chucks in a couple of Rolling Stones tracks too. One of which he officially remixed back in 2003. I sometimes wonder if that's where the Chems got the parts from for the SFTD bits in the live version of TPPR. Maybe they just picked up the phone and went: NORM!



There are also reworked versions of a couple of other albums that may interest Chems fans:

Coldcut

Hot Chip
Yea though I walk through the valley and shadow of death
every day of my life,
I fear no evil for The Lord is with me.

10/10 will listen again.

Quote from: Wolkenkrabber on Jan 22, 2023, 18:53
Fatboy chucks in a couple of Rolling Stones tracks too. One of which he officially remixed back in 2003. I sometimes wonder if that's where the Chems got the parts from for the SFTD bits in the live version of TPPR. Maybe they just picked up the phone and went: NORM!
You think? I don't know if that's so easy. And on top of this, we all know how strict the Stones (or the Management) are when using samples from their music => Bitter Sweet Symphony anyone?
no idea, no idea

Quote from: ThePumisher on Jan 23, 2023, 19:01
You think? I don't know if that's so easy. And on top of this, we all know how strict the Stones (or the Management) are when using samples from their music => Bitter Sweet Symphony anyone?
Yeah they are strict but that hasn't stopped the Chems using bits of "Sympathy" in the live Reel.
If you were a professonal remixer/producer like Fatboy, would you quietly keep the parts sent to you by the artists you remixed or would you be a good boy and delete them?
I noticed Skream put a picture on Instagram a while ago of the DVDr of the parts he was sent for La Roux's In For The Kill. So he still has those. But yes, I know the Stones are a bit different...
Yea though I walk through the valley and shadow of death
every day of my life,
I fear no evil for The Lord is with me.


"If that had been an Oasis gig, we would have been fucked."
Dance music saves lives (well, apart from the two people who died).

https://twitter.com/guardiang2/status/1621657674239856640

https://twitter.com/jackseale/status/1621802192465272837

Last Edit: Feb 04, 2023, 12:34 by Wolkenkrabber
Yea though I walk through the valley and shadow of death
every day of my life,
I fear no evil for The Lord is with me.

anyone able to get a copy of the film and share some pm's?
no idea, no idea

Quote from: ThePumisher on Feb 04, 2023, 14:10
anyone able to get a copy of the film and share some pm's?
Also interested if someone has it!

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