Various - A Break From The Norm download album
A Break From The Norm (12", Comp, Promo). A Break From The Norm (CD, Comp).
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A Break from the Norm is a compilation album arranged and released by British big beat musician Fatboy Slim, under his name of Norman Cook. It was released in 2001. The album was released to illustrate where Cook obtained a number of his samples for famous Fatboy Slim songs, and as such most of the artists (and tracks) are relatively obscure. A Break from the Norm - Norman Cook". Retrieved 18 September 2011. Ellimans singing career began in 1969 in London, where she performed at various bars, at the time she did not like what she was singing. I hated the music then, she recalled in a 1973 interview, I was into drugs and all that, and thought Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane was it. While still an unknown, she was discovered by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, after its release as an album, they invited her to join the stage shows traveling cast, which she did for four years. A Break from the Norm. Compilation album by. Norman Cook. 2006–07 Ashes series. The 2006–07 cricket series between Australia and England for The Ashes was played in Australia from 23 November 2006 to 5 January 2007. Australia won the series and regained the Ashes that had been lost to England in the 2005 series. The five Tests of the series were played at Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney.
Infobox Album Name A Break from the Norm Type Compilation album Artist Norman Cook. A Break from the Norm" is a compilation album arranged and released by Fatboy Slim, under his name of Norman Cook. It was released in 2001
To that end Break From The Norm (2001) is an unmitigated success as each of these disparate platters can be heard prior to their electronic rape and pillage. Admittedly, these cuts are getting a second chance to be heard by an entirely new generation of enthusiasts. Undoubtedly, many of whom have parents younger than a majority of the material featured on this disc. The tune stack resembles the proverbial ‘mixed' or ‘party' tapes (or CDs) that we have all made for primarily personal consumption.
|–Camille Yarbrough||Take Yo' Praise|
|–Lulu||Love Loves To Love Love|
|–Ellen Mcilwaine*||Higher Ground|
|–Stik E & The Hoodz*||Shake Whatcha Mama Gave Ya|
|–Bill Withers||I Can't Write Left Handed|
|–Yvonne Elliman||I Can't Explain|
|–Doug Lazy||Let The Rhythm Pump|
|–Dust Junkys||Beatbox Wish|
|–Just Brothers||Sliced Tomatoes|
|–Keith Mansfield||Young Scene|
|–Andre Williams||Humpin', Bumpin' & Thumpin'|
|–The Olympics||I'll Do A Little Bit More|
|–Leo Muller||The Acid Test|
|–The John Barry Seven||Beat Girl|
|–James Gang||Ashes The Rain & I|
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