Better Living Through Chemistry (album)
|Better Living Through Chemistry|
|Studio album by Fatboy Slim|
|Released||23 September 1996|
|Genre||Big beat, breakbeat|
|Fatboy Slim chronology|
|Singles from Better Living Through Chemistry|
The founder of Skint Records, Damian Harris, has described the album as having been "more of a compilation than an album", as some of the tracks had been recorded some time previous to its release, due to Norman Cook's other musical projects. Three of the songs from the album were previously released in Skint's first volume of their compilation album series Brassic Beats. This same Brassic Beats album is advertised in the album's booklet.
The song "Give the Po' Man a Break" is featured in the 2000 film Traffic.
The song "The Weekend Starts Here" is featured in the first episode of the British sitcom, Spaced.
|1.||"Song for Lindy"||Norman Cook||4:50|
|3.||"Going Out of My Head"||Cook, Pete Townshend||5:14|
|4.||"The Weekend Starts Here"||Cook, Idris Muhammad||6:41|
|5.||"Everybody Needs a 303"||Cook, Edwin Starr||5:49|
|6.||"Give the Po' Man a Break"||Cook||5:50|
|7.||"10th & Crenshaw"||Cook||4:20|
|9.||"Punk to Funk"||Cook, Keith Mansfield||4:57|
|10.||"The Sound of Milwaukee"||Cook||6:18|
|US Astralwerks release bonus tracks|
|11.||"Michael Jackson"||Cook, Negativland||5:49|
|12.||"Next to Nothing"||Cook||7:16|
|Japanese bonus track|
|Vinyl-only LP release bonus track|
|11.||"Crenshaw Siren Beats" (reprise of "10th & Crenshaw")||Cook||2:50|
- Greg Prato. "Better Living Through Chemistry - Fatboy Slim". Allmusic. Retrieved 15 September 2011.
- Robert Christgau. "Fatboy Slim". robertchristgau.com. Retrieved 15 September 2011.
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