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On a crystal clear English summer's evening in the summer of 2001, Norman Cook played his most celebrated DJ set Live On Brighton Beach
. In front of an estimated 30,000 loved-up Brightonians dancing on the pebbles, the man known to millions as Fatboy Slim
took to the decks for two hours of typically hedonistic party mayhem. It's these two hours--or, at least, an edited version of them--that make our Norm's first mix album in yonks and a perfect souvenir of the night now known as "Normstock".
Sound wise, the album sees Mr Zoe Ball doing what he does best--mashing up thumping dancefloor favourites in a sweat-drenched party stylee. Those expecting classic big beat belters are in for a shock, though, 'cos these days the Fatboy is more into straight-up house and techno--albeit with the aforementioned party twist. So, we get some of 2001's biggest records--Basement Jaxx's "Where's Your Head At?", Raven Maze's "The Real Life", a couple from Santos--alongside a smatering of classics (Leftfield's "Phat Planet", an anthemic version of Underworld's "Born Slippy") and the off Fatboy number to keep the punters sweet. The result is a hot, sweaty, grimy mix that perfectly captures the sound and feel of Norman Cook's DJ sets, even if it does feel a touch out of date. --Matt Anniss