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Album: You've Come a Long Way Baby

Artist: Fatboy Slim

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 1998
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 1998 Skint Records

Tracklist For You've Come a Long Way Baby By Artist Fatboy Slim

Title Artist Time
1
Right Here, Right Now Fatboy Slim 6:27 USD 1.29
2
The Rockafeller Skank Fatboy Slim 6:53 USD 1.29
3
In Heaven Fatboy Slim 3:54 USD 1.29
4
Gangster Trippin' Fatboy Slim 5:20 USD 1.29
5
Build It Up - Tear It Down Fatboy Slim 5:05 USD 1.29
6
Kalifornia Fatboy Slim 5:53 USD 1.29
7
Soul Surfing Fatboy Slim 4:56 USD 1.29
8
You're Not from Brighton Fatboy Slim 5:20 USD 1.29
9
Praise You Fatboy Slim 5:23 USD 1.29
10
Love Island Fatboy Slim 5:18 USD 1.29
11
Acid 8000 Fatboy Slim 7:30 USD 1.29

Reviews For You've Come a Long Way Baby By Artist Fatboy Slim

  • Greatest

    5
    By Swagreninja
    Most innovational edm album ever recorded.
  • A Must Have

    5
    By BlueBonneville
    From beginning to end, spectacular. No musical collection is complete without.
  • A true classic

    5
    By Jon M.
    An amazing album that needs to be listened to start to finish. Perfect example of how to combine acid and breakbeats sound. If you enjoy, or more importantly make, electronic music then you need to study this album.
  • Great album!

    5
    By Brucebrick
    The best.

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