skip to Main Content
Fatboy Slim Re-edits His Iconic Album ‘You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby’

Fatboy Slim re-edits his iconic album ‘You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby’

The album is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Fatboy Slim’s successful record ‘You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby’ was originally released on October 19th, 1998 by Skint Records. Now the British artist has re-edited the original version in order to celebrate its anniversary.

The LP became one of the discs that defined the nineties, creating a new genre and exploding the charts. Moving between hip-hop, reggae, and jungle, Norman Cook completely broke the norms and created a totally original product, full of imagination and with a lot of grooves and beats.

The updated record comes in two different editions, Cd and vinyl, having a deluxe edition in a pizza box format. It is signed by Fatboy Slim and comes with an “I’m #20 So Why Try Harder” shirt, similar to the cover design.

The new version of ‘You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby’ goes on sale on March 16th.

Watch the new video below.

Back To Top