Fatboy Slim's set at Global 500
Enjoy the moving poem Fatboy Slim chose to start out his ridiculously jacking techno set in Gashouder, Amsterdam at the Awakenings Global 500 celebration. Fatboy Slim got his set in just before Carl Cox, one of the hosts of the show. Norman Quentin Cook a.k.a. Fatboy Slim is currently on the 99th spot in the Official DJ Rankings. Lay your mac down to the sweet sounds:
Once again lovely people, the time has come,
no matter where youre from or where youre going,
we will take you to a place where music is loved and you love music.
If you really love the music no matter what age, color or gender you are,
we just want you to gather around and enjoy these sweet sounds.
Let us take you to some places where you see smiles on faces,
beautiful people all over the world, all types of different races,
so if you ever get to the party and you still dont have no clue,
put those hands to the sky, cause youll know what to do.
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