|1||–Les Rythmes Digitales||Brothers
Producer, Written-By – Jacques Lu Cont
|2||–Lo Fidelity Allstars*||Pony Pressure
Producer, Written-By – Lo Fidelity Allstars*
|3||–E-Klektik||Maracana Madness (Mekon Remix)
Engineer – Ritchie Sullivan*Producer, Written-By – E-KlektikRemix – Mekon
|4||–Akasha||Interzone (Ian O'Brien Remix)
Producer, Written-By – C.J.Casey*, D.J.Hand*Remix – Ian O'Brien
|5||–Cut La Roc||Makin' It Hot
Featuring – T.C. Islam*Producer, Written-By – Cut La Roc
Producer, Written-By – REQ
|7||–Space Riders||Song For Dot
Producer, Written-By – Antoine Domino*, Space Riders
|8||–Ohm Square||Sole Lane
Producer – Duncan ForbesProducer, Written-By – Ohm Square
|9||–Fatboy Slim||Soul Surfing
Producer, Written-By – Norman Cook
Big Beat is the sixth album by American rock band Sparks, released in 1976. Big Beat was recorded at Mediasound Studios, New York City in August 1976. The album was the group's first album after breaking away from their English backing band.
Listen to Big Beat Hits by Various Artists on Deezer. Various Artists 23-04-2013. Total duration:1 h 16 min. 01. Ready 2 Go (Arno Cost Remix). Writer: Kele - Martin Solveig, Composers: Martin Solveig.
Various Indian Big Beat: Canabis - New Harvest (1999). jpg) Label: STORM Records Catalog None Format: CD, Compillation Country: Unknown Released: 1999. 1. Uberzone - The Freakz 2. Mekon - Welcome To Tackletown (Propellerheads Remix) 3. The Crystal Method - Trip Like I Do 4. Midfield General - Devil In Sports Casual (Fatboy Slime's Does My Beat Look Big In This Mix?) 5. Dub Pistols - Westway 6. Hardknox - Psychopath 7. Simply Jeff - My Planet 8. Monkey Mafia - Lion In The Hall 9. The Wiseguys - A Better World (Parts 1 & 2) 10.
Big beat achieved mainstream success during the 1990s and early 2000s with the mainstream success of artists like The Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, and Fatboy Slim . The band used session vocalists on all their recordings. The Prodigy's album The Fat of the Land went to number 1 on the Billboard 200 in July 1997. The Prodigy performed at the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards won the Viewer's Choice Award there. The Prodigy's song "Firestarter" went to number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100.