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Fatboy Slim Review

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Fatboy Slim Review

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A wonderful memento for those who were there, this disc documents the free concert thrown by Norman Cook's alter ego Fatboy Slim for the 250,000 lucky Brightoners in the summer of 2002. Having moved away a little from his Big Beat origins and more into techno, the music here may not be quite to everyone's taste - but both Fatboy's enthusiasm is infectious. Offered in both DD and DTS 5.1, the sound offers just the right amount of pumping bass, alongside a surprising amount of detail. 16:9 picture quality isn't bad either, suffering from little artefacting. Extra features include a Norman Cook commentary, an interview, two games and a jukebox.

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