Fatboy Slim Lyrics

Genre: Electronic

Fatboy Slim Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Fat Boy Slim - Right Here, Right Now
2 Michael Jackson
3 Praise You
4 Love Life
5 Rockafella Skank
6 Funk Soul Brother
7 Acid 8000
8 Give The Po'man A Break
9 Punk To Funk
10 Sound Of Milwaukee
11 Demons
12 Love Island
13 Song For Shelter
14 Put It Back Together
15 Drop The Hate (Laid Mix)
16 Weapon Of Choice
17 The Weekend Starts Here
18 Quebra La Que Eu Quebro
19 Everybody Needs A 303
20 Traction
21 El Bebe Masoquista
22 10th & Crenshaw
23 Magalenha (DJ Fresh Remix)
24 Build It Up - Tear It Down
25 Origem (Claude Vonstroke Remix)
26 Reflux
27 In Heaven
28 Slash Dot Dash
29 Eparrei
30 Fucking In Heaven
31 Santa Cruz (Extended)
32 Kendo
33 Don't Let The Man Get You Down
34 The Rockafella Skank
35 Celebration Suite (Joey Negro Mix)
36 Madalena (Gregor Salto Remix)
37 Gangster Trippin'
38 Give The Po’Man A Break
39 Build It Up
40 Build It Up,Tear It Down
41 Knuf Ot Knup
42 O Cavaleiro E Os Moinhos (Yousef Remix)
43 How Could They Hear Us
44 10th and Crenshaw
45 The Joker
46 It Just Won't Do (Dub)
47 Talking Bout My Baby
48 Sensualizar (Nervo Remix)
49 Kalifornia
50 Es Paradis
51 Always Read The Label
52 Push and Shove
53 R Kelly
54 The Whip
55 Drop The Hate
56 Everybody Loves A Carnival
57 First Down the Disco
58 Gangster Tripping
59 Illuminati
60 Wonderful Night (Wonderful Nightclub Remix)
61 Long Way from Home
62 Put Your Hands Up For Brasil (Fatboy Slim Edit)
63 Sunset 303
64 Going Out of My Head
65 The Journey
66 Strings Of Life (Supernova Remix)
67 Mad Flava
68 Stuttgart (John Digweed & Nick Muir Remix)
69 Right Here, Right Now
70 Neal Cassady Starts Here
71 Song For Lindy
72 Jack It Up (DJ Delite)
73 Don't Let The Man
74 Wake Up Call
75 Retox
76 Weapon Of Choice (Versao Salvador)
77 Soul Surfing
78 It’s a Dream
79 The Rockafeller Skank
80 The Rockafeller Skank (Short Edit)
81 First Down
82 Take Control / Sunset (Bird Of Prey)
83 Agibore (DJ Marky’s Ye-Mele Rework)
84 The Rockafellar Skank
85 Knuf of Knup
86 The Sound Of Milwaukee
87 I Left My Wallet In El Segundo (Vampire Mix)
88 Noise (Robbie Rivera Mix)
89 Star 69
90 Maracatu Atomico (Greg Wilson & Derek Kaye Remix)
91 You're Not From Brighton
92 Big Beat Souffle
93 Sho
94 That Old Pair Of Jeans
95 Clubs
96 Sunset (Bird Of Prey)
97 Toda Menina Baiana (Ashley Beedle’s Black Bahia Rework)
98 Gangsta Trippin'
99 Everybody Loves a Filter
100 L'Amour / The Bass Kick In Miami, Bitch
101 Praise you like i should
102 Who Is Ready To Jump?
103 Talking About My Baby
104 Aldeia De Ogum (Psychemagik Remix)
105 Weekend Bonus Beats
106 Surra de Bunda (Sidney Samson Remix)
107 North West Three
108 Santa Cruz
109 Where's Your Head At?
110 Princesa Negra De Angola (Doorly Remix)
111 Sho Nuff
112 Crenshaw Siren Beats
113 Up / Right Here, Right Now
114 Song For Chesh
115 The World Went Down
116 Samba Do Mundo
117 Ya Mama
118 Keepee Uppee
119 Get Naked (Fatboy Slim vs Futuristic Polar Bears Remix)
120 Dub Be Good To Me
121 Next To Nothing
122 Taj Mahal (Felguk Remix)
123 Because We Can

Fatboy Slim Bio

Norman Quentin Cook (born Quentin Leo Cook, 31 July 1963), also known by the stage name Fatboy Slim, is a British DJ, big beat musician, record producer and pioneer of the electronic dance genre that achieved mainstream popularity in the 1990s. Cook has achieved considerable success in the UK charts, performing as Fatboy Slim and with The Housemartins, Beats International and Freak Power. He currently performs as the Brighton Port Authority.

Quentin Leo Cook was raised in Reigate, Surrey, England, and was educated at Reigate Grammar School with Harry Dent who is also a Dubstep DJ. He started a punk fanzine titled Peroxide with his neighbour Andrew Thomas, now publisher of Communicate magazine, and art student Ian McKay (formerly Laidlaw). Contemporary with his publishing activities, he played drums in Disque Attack (a British new-wave-influenced rock band). When singer Charlie Alcock was told by his parents that he had to give up the band to concentrate on his O levels, Quentin took over as lead vocalist. At Reigate College he also met Paul Heaton with whom he formed the Stomping Pondfrogs. At 18, he went to the Brighton Polytechnic to study a BA in English, politics and sociology. Although he had begun DJing some years before, it was at this time that he began to develop his skills on the thriving Brighton club scene.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatboy_slim