The star gets a few of his DJ chums to rework tracks from his last album...

A trio of remixed tracks from FATBOY SLIM‘s current album ‘HALFWAY BETWEEN THE GUTTER AND THE STARS’ are to be released.

Brighton based label Skint are pumping a second life into Norman Cook‘s current album, offering a trio of remixed 12″ releases between now and January 2002.

The first, Pete Heller’s remix of ‘Song for Shelter’, was released yesterday (November 19). Fans wishing to hear a sample of the track can log on to the labels’ website for the full eight-minute version.


Santos, who had a hit earlier in the year with ‘Camels’ and Swedish production outfit Laid take on duties for the second single of the set, ‘Drop the Hate’, due out on December 10. ‘Retox’, the third single, due out January 7, was tinkered with by Freq Nasty as well as Skint’s latest signing, Bugged Out! resident Dave Clarke.

As previously reported on NME.COM Fatboy Slim is currently on tour of the Far East, and wraps up his tour on December 8 in Hong Kong.


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