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Fatboy Slim - You've Come...

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Fatboy Slim - You've Come...

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You've Come a Long Way, Baby is the second studio album by the English big beat producer Fatboy Slim, released on 19 October 1998 by Skint Records[1] internationally and by Astralwerks in the United States and Canada. The album was recorded at Fatboy Slim's home studio called "The House of Love" in Brighton, England.[2][3]

The album was a critical and commercial success, containing four top ten singles. The album peaked at number one on the UK albums chart, number one in New Zealand, number two in Australia,[4] and number thirty-four on the US Billboard 200.[citation needed] Four singles were released from the album: "The Rockafeller Skank", "Gangster Tripping", "Praise You", and "Right Here, Right Now", each of which reached the top 10 in the UK Singles Chart.[5] "Build It Up – Tear It Down" was also released as a promo, but not as a commercial single. The four singles from the album brought Fatboy Slim an international profile and You've Come a Long Way, Baby was described as his 'global break-through album'.[2] Its success earned him a Brit Award in 1999.

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You've Come a Long Way, Baby is the second studio album by the English big beat producer Fatboy Slim, released on 19 October 1998 by Skint Records[1] internationally and by Astralwerks in the United States and Canada. The album was recorded at Fatboy Slim's home studio called "The House of Love" in Brighton, England.[2][3]

The album was a critical and commercial success, containing four top ten singles. The album peaked at number one on the UK albums chart, number one in New Zealand, number two in Australia,[4] and number thirty-four on the US Billboard 200.[citation needed] Four singles were released from the album: "The Rockafeller Skank", "Gangster Tripping", "Praise You", and "Right Here, Right Now", each of which reached the top 10 in the UK Singles Chart.[5] "Build It Up – Tear It Down" was also released as a promo, but not as a commercial single. The four singles from the album brought Fatboy Slim an international profile and You've Come a Long Way, Baby was described as his 'global break-through album'.[2] Its success earned him a Brit Award in 1999.