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Norman Cook in his studio in Brighton

Our final Legends show was presented by Fatboy, Pizzaman, Housemartin and all round nice guy, Norman Cook.

In the show Norman finally reveal the truth about where he got the name Fatboy Slim and told stories about meeting Zoe, Ibiza and performing Radio 1 sessions naked!

Check out the tracklisting below. We also want to know what you thought - leave your comments using the form.

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1. The Clash - Guns of Brixton
2. The Damned - New Rose
3. Isley Jasper Isley - Caravan of Love
4. Charming Bells - Jesus Hits Like An Atom Bomb
5. John Peel Theme - The Housemartins A Cappella Version
6. Freakpower naked in session on Mark Radcliffe '95
7. Cornershop - Brimful of Asha (Fatboy Slim Remix)
8. Donna Summer - I Feel Love (Patrick Cowley Remix - Edit)
9. Bumblebee Slim - We Gonna Break Em Down
10. Chemical Brothers - Leave Home (Brothers Gonna Work It Out)
11. Cheeky Boy and A Cast Of Thousands - Once In A Plastic Time
12. Camille Yarborough - Take Yo' Praise
13. Zoe Ball Breakfast Show Aug '98 - When Norman Met Zoe
14. Dave and Ansell Collins vs Public Enemy - Bring The Elephant Trot (Mash Up) 15. Fatboy Slim vs Eminem - Fatboy Slim Shady (Mash Up)

Read what others have said...

Nice one My Boy Slim! Loving the tracks!JAMES x

Will Howard, Dorset
What a great insight into the legend man himself.

Tim - Newcastle
Norm - you're a legend!I'll happily listen to your awesome DJ sets or just as happily to you singing Caravan Of Love acapella with the boys!I still have a blue shaped "picture disc" of Happy Hour... What do you bid Sir?Thanks FBS!Tim

jim mccann/lanarkshire
Hi Norman aka FSB aka PizzaMan, aks bassplaye rin the Housemartins,I was really intrigued to hear your musical ifluences and wasn't disappointed (a bit surprised !!) in how unique and different it actually is.keep rocking.

genius playlist, i knew it would be good the second guns of brixton came on.

Gez Dewar
Thanks for playing my Eminem vs Fatboy booty as your last track,I am honoured,rock on! Peace.Gez x x x

Oliver in Lewes
Listening Online - pretty good mix of music...

Stu Knight
Top show as usual Norm !!!

Sebastian Wilkinson, Durban South Africa
That was an absolutly awesome show, im sorry i missed it live! Norman You rock!! just a shame the fatboy/emenem mix got cut on the recording ;-( that woulda been awesme to hear!!!

Darren, Leeds
Brilliant, good variety. Give him a show on Radio asap.

glenn in knott end
fatboys show was immense its amazing to get an insight into an artists inspiration

Tommy - London
If you've never been to see Fatboy Slim, You must! One word, Incredible! Good to hear what inspired him, Cheers Norm!

Matt in Hertfordshire
Brilliant show. A true legend.


Jon-Ekid on the Seven Seas
Ain't he a top bloke, with a great ear music me hearties

Joe.Scott .Bexhill-on-sea,east sussex.
Very good and a very good insight into normans work.Keep up the good work mr cook,best of luck!!!

Rich, Southampton
Good but not as good as Paul Weller.

jeff thompson
Absolotly brilliant if only fat boy slim was a regular DJ on radio one how awesome would that be !!

MILES, Swindon
Norman is a true legend.. original & telented.

Cucinatipica - Alghero (ITALY)
FATBOY RULES! (second place after "Ozzy '67 est.", sorry Norman)

Mike, London
Fantastic, Norman has great taste in music. unfortunately couldn't hear the last track as it kept going off!!

Gez From South London
I was bloody over the moon he closed his set with a bootleg I made! v proud,thanks norm.Gezza

Phil Chapman, London
Love all the records, the Dave and Ansell Collins vs Public Enemy Bring the Elephant Trot (Mash Up) still sounds fresh and brillant. Big Tops to Norman on this one

Ed, London
Loved the show, producer did a great job!

Brian Mole, Horsham
Great show, very eclectic and good to hear some real musical treats.

Carol from herts
Fantastic, just a year younger than Norman and it was great to hear tunes of a journey we all went on and are still going on. Mash up on talking heads was best!!! reminded me of a mash up of scarlet fantastic 'fast cars and motorbikes' at a rave in 1988/9. Does fatboy slim know this one??? more shows like this !

wkd show, really cool music!!

Paul O'Regan, Brighton, UK
The mix is awesome and amazing variety from a geniuse in bringing a new genre of music to the millions. By the way, on a personal note, FatBoySlims New Years Day gig on Madiera Drive, Brighton was brilliant. Especially, when we finally realised his mixing sounded wierd. Found out next day the FatBoySlim got electricuted 15 times on his set in driving rain which blew everything in the act before. Respect to a guy that never lets the fans down. X-men would be proud to have you on their side.

dvj fitz - Leicester

Mark Moher Toronto Canada
The illest!You are my hero!

James, Poulsbo WA USA
Awsome set Norm, your a true legend! Donna Summer, need I say more!

Craig London
Good! but shame about the lame R&B at the beginning though...

Davi Roque - Osasco

Helena, Kenilworth
Oh........ my.......god.....

woka - Market Drayton
My hero what more can i say thx Radio 1 and Fatboy Slim

Baz Leeds
Me and Norm are on the same wavelength, New Rose by the dammned, awesome

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