Fatboy Slim discography
Pop stars in a show business sky can ascend and come very quickly but if the star managed to light up within 15 years, it can do everything that to it will like. Usually it is reduced to residing at magnificent private residences and to a collecting of rare cars. But Norman Cook - not a standard star. He prefers to be the DJ, the universal musician playing parties, and the ancestor of style big-bit.
Norman Cook was born on July, 31st, 1963 in Bromley (Great Britain). In 1986 it has begun the career by the bass player in group The Housemartins playing the melodious guitar priest with ironic texts. After its disintegration it has left in the dance music world, acting with such projects as Freakpower, Mighty Dub Katz, Pizzaman and Beats International. Norman Cook took high places in the British charts under six different names. Two compositions with its participation even steels ¹1 in Great Britain: ''Caravan of Love'' (The Housemartins) and ''Dub Be Good To Me'' (Beats International). After that Norman took to itself a name Fatboy Slim and under this name has let out the debut album ''Better Living Through Chemistry''. The album name concerned the American motto of 50th years, calling to calm hyperactive children the big doses soothing, and also was a note to friends from Chemical Brothers, helping it in a recording of the album.'' Better Living Through Chemistry'' - a soundtrack to life of new generation. It for all hundred percent the club album consisting of powerful layers of funk,soul and a techno, seasoned with the best jazz rhythms 60 and 70.» read more on Fatboy Slim Discography