11 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After the runaway success of Dig Your Own Hole, The Chemical Brothers made big beat even bigger by adding a touch of '60s acid to their acid house. Their psychedelic impulses run free on "The Sunshine Underground" and "Let Forever Be", a winking Beatles impersonation featuring Oasis' Noel Gallagher, and they return to pummelling rave anthems with "Under the Influence" and "Hey Boy Hey Girl". On the gorgeous "Asleep from Day", featuring a hushed Hope Sandoval, they take the opposite tack, proving that whispers can speak louder than bombast.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After the runaway success of Dig Your Own Hole, The Chemical Brothers made big beat even bigger by adding a touch of '60s acid to their acid house. Their psychedelic impulses run free on "The Sunshine Underground" and "Let Forever Be", a winking Beatles impersonation featuring Oasis' Noel Gallagher, and they return to pummelling rave anthems with "Under the Influence" and "Hey Boy Hey Girl". On the gorgeous "Asleep from Day", featuring a hushed Hope Sandoval, they take the opposite tack, proving that whispers can speak louder than bombast.

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