The band released two albums: “Drive Thru Booty” in 1995 and “More Of Everything For Everybody” in 1996. The debut album features the hit single “Turn On, Tune In, Cop Out”. “Song #6” from the band’s follow-up album was featured in the critically-acclaimed 2004 movie Code 46.
The band broke-up after exhausting touring and Norman Cook thought he’d make a go of his little side project Fatboy Slim. Some of the tracks for the rumoured follow-up to “More of Every…” were re-worked for the first album from the solo project “Ashley Slater’s Big Lounge”.
Edited by kjelt1963 on 20 Mar 2012, 08:57
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