Fatboy Slim – Don’t Let The Man (CD Review)

Fatboy Slim’s latest is based around a country (well, US folk music anyway) vocal sample and a gentle backing, although eminently danceable as you would expect. The mood conveyed is one of sixties rebellion, ‘Damn the man’ and all that. As countrified dance appears to be making itself a little niche at the moment with Alabama 3 and Buck 65 touring new material this would seem to be a prime time to let this song get a wider airing.

Buy ‘Don’t Let The Man’ from Amazon.co.uk

Buy ‘Don’t Let The Man’ from Amazon.com

Book tickets through ticketmaster.co.uk

The theme continues with ‘Mi Bebe Masoquista’ although it is broken almost immediately by a more hard core electronica surfacing. Theme or not this song still rocks and breaks expertly.

Label : label

Release Date : 27 June 2005

Website : www.fatboyslim.net


  • Don’t Let The Man (Edit)
  • Don’t Let The Man (Album Version)
  • Don’t Let The Man (Justice Remix)
  • Mi Bebe Masoquista (Xpress 2 Remix)
  • Mi Bebe Masoquista (Jupiter Ace Remix)
  • Mi Bebe Masoquista (Album Version)

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