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Beaucoup Fish is the fifth album by Underworld, released in . Recorded in 1997-'98 it was supposed to be released in 1998 (They still went ahead with their 1998-'99 tour) but due to delays it wasn't release until early 1999, consequently the packaging incorrectly lists 1998 as the release year. Following the huge success of the single "Born Slippy .NUXX" from its use in the film, Trainspotting in 1996, Beaucoup Fish was Underworld's most anticipated release. It spawned several successful… read more

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  • Avatar for kajuga
    Yeah opening and closig tracks are really strong on this one. The good thing is that the rest is not bad either.
  • Avatar for VadiushaKomarov
    rating 8/10
  • Avatar for Gaffes
    Only by listening to the opening and closing tracks it's easy to recognize the level of this album.
  • Avatar for LoveisInfinite
    Latarnie Montpellier - Jumbo (Underworld cover) https://soundcloud.com/latarnie-montpellier/jumbo-underworld-cover
  • Avatar for Quisquillian
    Oh yeah and King of Snake has such a dope beat.
  • Avatar for Quisquillian
    Seems to be pretty divisive this one. It's almost like Underworld via the current musical trends. They cover all bases and yet still manage to retain their seemingly boundless passion and conviction. For the first time ever there's songs I'm impelled to skip: Bruce Lee, which I find pretty lifeless, and Push Downstairs which is aimless and totally unnecessary as far as I'm Kon-SERN'd. Depending on the day I might skip one of the big club anthems coz they're pretty overplayed, especially Jumbo. There are some fucking diamonds here though: Cups, Moaner, Winjer, Kittens and Something like a Mama, one of their most distinctive and evocative traXXX.
  • Avatar for chez667
    17.08.2013 !!!
  • Avatar for topjim
    Fucking Masterpiece
  • Avatar for Terrasidius
    fucking brilliant!
  • Avatar for djgizmoe
    I like Pearls Girl and all, but this one's my personal favorite.

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