- Audio CD (5 Oct. 2007)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Explicit Lyrics
- Label: Skint Record Limited
- ASIN: B0000252VB
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- Average Customer Review: 51 customer reviews
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You've Come A Long Way, Baby Explicit Lyrics
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Mini-Disc, Import, 4 Dec 1998
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Biographers of Norman Cook should look no further than the title of this--his second album under the pseudonym Fatboy Slim. From humble beginnings as the bass player in prole rock band The Housemartins, through chart-topping fame with Beats International, and even a spell scraping a meagre living from writing computer game soundtracks in the early 90s, Norman Cook has done it all. You've Come A Long Way, Baby, though, is the Fatboy's culmination; the quintessential, and utterly essential big-beat album. "The Rockafeller Skank" is a manic collage of surf-guitar looped into ever-tightening spirals; utterly simplistic, but a work of devilish genius. "Gangster Tripping" and "Fucking In Heaven" are in a similar celebratory mood, but to prove that the Fatboy doesn't always work by a formula, try the purloined gospel of "Praise You", or the rave nostalgia of "Acid 8000". It's seldom poetry, but dumb dance music doesn't get much better. --Louis PattisonSee all Product description
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