Late Night Tales: Fatboy Slim  

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Late Night Tales: Fatboy Slim is the 19th DJ mix album, released in the Late Night Tales series on Azuli Records. It was mixed by British DJ, Fatboy Slim.

Track listing

  1. "Spanish Stroll" - Mink DeVille
  2. "Roadrunner" - Modern Lovers
  3. "I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass" - Nick Lowe
  4. "Midnight Rider" - Paul Davidson
  5. "Express Yourself" - Hopeton Lewis
  6. "Monkey Spanner" - Dave & Ansel Collins
  7. "Ire Feelings" (Leggo Skanga) - Rupie Edwards
  8. "Three Piece Suit" - Trinity
  9. "Wish I Didn't Miss You" - Angie Stone
  10. "I Can Dig It Baby" - Little Beaver
  11. "Your Kiss Is Sweet" - Syreeta
  12. "I'll Keep A Light In My Window" - Ben Vereen
  13. "Brother Where Are You" - Oscar Brown Jr.
  14. "Mory" - Yoro Kery Goro
  15. "Linus and Lucy" - Vince Guaraldi Trio
  16. "Blue Skies" - Willie Nelson
  17. "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Is In)" - Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
  18. "Don't Lay Your Funky Trip on Me" - Senor Soul
  19. "Radioactivity" - Fatboy Slim
  20. "Who Loves the Sun" - The Velvet Underground
  21. "Zombie Jamborie" - Sandpebbles
  22. "From a Logical Point of View" - Robert Mitchum
  23. "Satisfied 'N' Tickled Too" - Taj Mahal
  24. "My World" - Sly & The Family Stone
  25. "Tema Da Desilusao Garota De Ipanema" - Tom Jobim
  26. "Everything Is Everything" - Bootsy Collins (spoken word from a poem by Paul Heaton)




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