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Fatboy Slim announces ‘You’ve Come a Long Way Baby’ 20th anniversary reissue

The “Meal Deal” version comes delivered in a pizza box

Fatboy Slim has announced the 20th anniversary reissue of his landmark album ‘You’ve Come a Long Way Baby.’

Featuring the tracks ‘Right Here, Right Now’ and ‘Praise You’, the album reached NME’s top 20 albums of 1998.

The reissue will be released on March 16th via BMG. As well as the CD and LP reissues, there will be a ‘meal deal’ version which comes delivered in a pizza box and features the young man from the U.K. album artwork.

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The ‘meal deal’ box set also includes a t-shirt that reads, “I’m #20 So Why Try Harder.” You can see the special announcement video below.

Meanwhile, Fatboy Slim will perform in Bristol for the first time in nearly five years with a headlining slot at Love Saves the Day.

The Bristol-based festival will continue in 2018 for its seventh year, with the event set to be staged at Eastville Park in the city on May 26-27.

Fatboy Slim will play May 26 and Sampha, who picked up the 2017 Mercury Prize for his debut album ‘Process’, will headline on May 27.

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The 2018 staging of Love Saves The Day will also see the introduction of a set of brand new stages which the festival promises will ‘showcase a diverse range of genres and music styles throughout the weekend.’

The hosts of the festival’s many stages have also been confirmed, with Saturday’s (May 26) stages set to be hosted by The Blast, Numbers presents Mastermix, Crack Magazine, Futureboogie and Horse Meat Disco.

The likes of RUN, Knee Deep In Sound, Percolate, Hold Tight and Artwork Presents Art’s House will act as stage hosts on the Sunday (May 27).

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