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Album Review

The mix album Dance Bitch was released in honor of Fatboy Slim's 2009 tour of Australia, landing just as Norman Cook was supposedly retiring the moniker in favor of his new project, the Brighton Port Authority. Being exclusive to the land down under shouldn't be taken as a fault since this one is right up there with all his global releases, falling somewhere between his Bondi Beach: New Years Eve '06 mix and the great On the Floor at the Boutique from 1998. Funky breaks from Chromeo and a remixed Santogold bring the big beat sound into 2009, slightly older tracks from X-Press 2 and Aquasky provide some familiarity, and the Chemical Brothers' "Hey Boy, Hey Girl" is the past and future wrapped into one thanks to the Soulwax remix. The speaker-ripping bassline from "First Stroke" by John Acquaviva is a techno-based highlight, while Hervé's "Cheap Thrills" blends old-school jungle beats with a sample of Michael Jackson's "Thriller," making it a brilliant track with a brilliant title. The BPA's own "He's Frank" gives you the delicious experience of Iggy Pop singing an old Monochrome Set tune, and even if Cook's selections are now closer to the average Ministry of Sound compilation than the cutting edge, the mixing and pacing of the set deserves high praise.

Customer Reviews

first review is wrong

the continuous mix is the last track. track 16 goes for an hour fifteen. so you get both the individual songs and them mixed together. NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE FATBOY!!!!!!

Not the real thing

This is just a compilation of tracks that appear on the album. It is not the actual album! The actual album is mixed 10x better than this and features better mixes of the featured songs.

Really average, And nothing to do with FatBoy Slim

When i saw "New Album, FatBoy Slim" I thought this would be a new album, silly of me really. I'm not sure what this album has to do with FatBoy, as none of this is his work. Even the Mix track is rubbish, as he seem to make a mess of most of the songs, ruining great songs like "Hey Boy, Hey Girl". If I could get my money back I would.


Born: 31 July 1963 in Bromley, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Norman "Jack-of-All-Genres" Cook, in addition to his former occupations as bassist for the Housemartins and one-third of acid house hitmakers Pizzaman, is also the man behind one of the most popular of the new flock of English "Brit-hop" producers, Fatboy Slim. Releasing his Fatboy material through club staple Skint, Cook's raucous blend of house, acid, funk, hip-hop, electro, and techno has added to his already formidable reputation as one of the foremost all-around producers on the U.K. club scene....
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