Underworld 1992–2002

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This article is about the Underworld compilation album. For the time period in West Africa, see Sierra Leone Civil War.
1992—2002
Greatest hits album by Underworld
Released 3 November 2003
Recorded 1992–2002
Genre Techno
House
Trance
Electronica
Label JBO/V2 Records
Producer Rick Smith
Underworld chronology
A Hundred Days Off
(2002)
Underworld 1992-2002
(2003)
Live in Tokyo 25th November 2005
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly A−[2]
Starpulse 4.5/5 stars[3]
About.com 5/5 stars[4]
Music Emissions 5/5 stars[5]
ARTISTdirect 4/5 stars[6]
Uncut 3/5 stars[7]
Laut.de 4/5 stars[8]
NME 8/10[9]
Almost Cool 8/10[10]
PopMatters favorable[11]

1992—2002 is a double disc compilation album by Underworld, released 3 November 2003 on JBO. This album was released in conjunction with the single, "Born Slippy .NUXX 2003".

This compilation marked the first album appearances of "Bigmouth", "Dirty" and "Spikee"; all of which had previously only been available as singles. Furthermore, it contained some of their more popular soundtrack pieces, including "Dark & Long (Dark Train)" and "Born Slippy .NUXX", both used in the film Trainspotting; "Rez", as used in Vanilla Sky; "Moaner" from Batman & Robin; and "8 Ball", which was featured in The Beach. The original versions of "Dark & Long" and "Born Slippy" were not included in the compilation.

The version of "Born Slippy .NUXX" included on this album is an exclusive edit of the song, while "Push Upstairs" is an extended mix. The full version of "Moaner" is also included.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Underworld, unless noted.

2xCD: Junior Boy's Own, JBO1024692 JBO1024698 (ltd ed) (UK); V2, 63881-27175-2 (US); V2, V2CP 170-171 (JP)[edit]

Disc One
No. Title Length
1. "Bigmouth"   10:07
2. "Dirty"   10:18
3. "Mmm... Skyscraper I Love You"   13:15
4. "Rez"   9:57
5. "Spikee"   12:30
6. "Dirty Epic"   9:59
7. "Dark & Long (Dark Train)"   10:51
Disc Two
No. Title Length
1. "Cowgirl"   8:29
2. "Born Slippy .NUXX"   7:34
3. "Pearl's Girl"   9:39
4. "Jumbo"   6:58
5. "Push Upstairs"   6:10
6. "Moaner"   10:23
7. "Shudder/King of Snake" (Bellotte, Moroder, Summer) 9:30
8. "8 Ball"   8:55
9. "Two Months Off"   9:08

2xCD/DVD: V2, V2CP 172-174 (JP)[edit]

Discs One and Two

As above

Disc Three (DVD)
No. Title Length
1. "Rez"   9:54
2. "Dark Train"   9:55
3. "Born Slippy Nuxx"   4:31
4. "Jumbo"   4:10
5. "Two Months Off"   3:59

2xCD: Sum, 0340028102 (AR); V2, LC 01801 (DE) promo; V2, (JP) promo[edit]

A very small number of releases contained extended versions of "Dirty" and "Jumbo".

Disc One
No. Title Length
1. "Bigmouth"   10:07
2. "Dirty"   11:37
3. "Mmm... Skyscraper I Love You"   13:15
4. "Rez"   9:57
5. "Spikee"   12:30
6. "Dirty Epic"   9:59
7. "Dark & Long (Dark Train)"   10:51
Disc Two
No. Title Length
1. "Cowgirl"   8:29
2. "Born Slippy .NUXX"   7:34
3. "Pearl's Girl"   9:39
4. "Jumbo"   9:12
5. "Push Upstairs"   6:10
6. "Moaner"   10:23
7. "Shudder/King of Snake" (Bellotte, Moroder, Summer) 9:30
8. "8 Ball"   8:55
9. "Two Months Off"   9:08

4xLP: Junior Boy's Own, JBO1024691 (UK)[edit]

Disc One
No. Title Length
1. "Bigmouth"   10:07
2. "Dirty"   10:18
3. "Mmm... Skyscraper I Love You"   13:15
4. "Rez"   9:57
Disc Two
No. Title Length
1. "Spikee"   12:30
2. "Dirty Epic"   9:59
3. "Dark & Long (Dark Train)"   10:51
4. "Cowgirl"   8:29
Disc Three
No. Title Length
1. "Born Slippy .NUXX"   7:34
2. "Pearl's Girl"   9:39
3. "Jumbo"   6:58
4. "Push Upstairs"   6:10
Disc Four
No. Title Length
1. "Moaner"   10:23
2. "Shudder/King of Snake" (Bellotte, Moroder, Summer) 9:30
3. "8 Ball"   8:55
4. "Two Months Off"   9:08

Charts[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
Belgian Albums Chart[12] 25
Dutch Albums Chart[13] 61
Japanese Albums Chart[14] 4
UK Albums Chart[15] 43
US Billboard Top Electronic Albums[16] 13

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bush, John (2003-12-02). "1992-2002 - Underworld". AllMusic. Retrieved 2011-08-06. 
  2. ^ Raymond Fiore (2003-12-05). "1992-2002 Review | Music Reviews and News". EW.com. Retrieved 2011-08-06. 
  3. ^ "Underworld Discography". Starpulse. Retrieved 2013-05-29. 
  4. ^ DJ Zak Davis (2012-04-10). "Underworld - 1992-2002". Dancemusic. Retrieved 2013-05-29. 
  5. ^ dscanland (2004-02-23). "Underworld - 1992-2002 Review". Music Emissions. Retrieved 2013-05-29. 
  6. ^ "1992 2002 by Underworld @ ARTISTdirect.com - Shop, Listen, Download". Artistdirect.com. Retrieved 2011-08-06. 
  7. ^ "Underworld - Anthology 1992-2002 - Review". Uncut.co.uk. Retrieved 2011-08-06. 
  8. ^ Daniel Straub (2011-11-16). ""1992 - 2002" von Underworld". Laut.de. Retrieved 2013-05-29. 
  9. ^ Anthony Thornton (2003-11-14). "Underworld : Anthology 1992-2002". NME. Retrieved 2013-05-29. 
  10. ^ "Underworld - 1992-2002 - almost cool music review". Almostcool.org. Archived from the original on 25 July 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-06. 
  11. ^ Gairola, Rahul. "Underworld: Underworld 1992 - 2002". Popmatters. Retrieved 2011-08-06. 
  12. ^ http://www.ultratop.be/nl/showitem.asp?interpret=Underworld&titel=1992-2002&cat=a
  13. ^ Underworld discography
  14. ^ Underworld discography
  15. ^ http://www.officialcharts.com/artist/_/underworld/
  16. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/artist/underworld-mn0000807949/awards