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Label profile: Skint Records

“Fuse dance and rock.” These historic words were to be the launch pad for Skint Records. They were given as a recommendation to Norman Cook - aka Fatboy Slim - by Damian Harris, one of Skint’s founders who knew Cook from their days working in a Brighton record shop.

At the time Harris was working at Loaded Records, Cook was deejaying in Brighton.

Right here, right now: Fatboy Slim and Sound Affects Brazil

We used to associate Fatboy Slim with huge parties on Brighton beach. But these days, the carnivals of Brazil have taken him into a whole new world – of blocos, favelas and one of the most imaginative charity projects on earth

Andy Palacio: Champion of Garifuna culture

Andy Vivien Palacio, musician and cultural promoter: born Barranco, Belize 2 December 1960; married Doreen Castillo (one son, four daughters; marriage dissolved); died Belize City 19 January 2008.

US tracked down target after following his deputy

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the insurgent leader blamed for the slaughter of thousands in Iraq, was killed by two 500lb bombs dropped by a US fighter jet after he was tracked down to an isolated house in a date-palm grove north of Baghdad.

Hull 19 Huddersfield 6: Cooke takes misfiring Hull past physical Giants pack

Hull's remarkable turnaround in form continued as their seventh successive victory took them above Bradford and into third place in Super League.

How young Serbs rocked the castle

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Album: Fatboy Slim

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Sara Cox replaces Zoe Ball on Breakfast Show

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The Temp: They're playing our song

How do you tell that a company is likely to treat its employees like dirt it's trying to wipe from its shoe? One easy way is that when you call up and the switchboard puts you on hold, you have to listen to three renditions of George Michael's "Jesus To A Child" before they get you back again. The reasons for this are twofold: first, the switchboard is always one of the first areas to be hit by economy measures, so there will never be enough people working there to handle the volume of calls coming in, and secondly, someone somewhere has a slightly grotesque sense of humour when it comes to picking the piped music callers have to put up with.

Right of Reply: Christine Whitehead

The co-ordinator of the Cliff Richard Fan Club replies to Mark Steel's comments on the pop star and his current number one hit `The Millennium Prayer'

Tennis: Marriage focuses Henman's mission

On Saturday Britain's No 1 tennis player will no longer be a single man, but his other great quest is unfulfilled.
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