Double vinyl LP pressing. Following the success of the single "Born Slippy (NUXX)" from it's use in the film Trainspotting, Beaucoup Fish was Underworld's most anticipated release. It spawned several successful singles, including "Moaner." "Push Upstairs" and "Jumbo," were both hits on the dance charts and in clubs. Beaucoup Fish was well-received critically (one review calling it "electronica's The Dark Side of the Moon") and remains Underworld's most successful album, with over one million copies sold. Beaucoup Fish is the last studio album to feature Darren Emerson who departed in 2001 and third album by the techno/house orientated version of Underworld which became active in about 1991/1992. The album's working title was Tonight Matthew, I'm Going to be Underworld, inspired by the famous catchphrase "Tonight [host name], I'm going to be...", used on the British celebrity impersonation TV program Stars in Their Eyes.

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Double vinyl LP pressing. Following the success of the single "Born Slippy (NUXX)" from it's use in the film Trainspotting, Beaucoup Fish was Underworld's most anticipated release. It spawned several successful singles, including "Moaner." "Push Upstairs" and "Jumbo," were both hits on the dance charts and in clubs. Beaucoup Fish was well-received critically (one review calling it "electronica's The Dark Side of the Moon") and remains Underworld's most successful album, with over one million copies sold. Beaucoup Fish is the last studio album to feature Darren Emerson who departed in 2001 and third album by the techno/house orientated version of Underworld which became active in about 1991/1992. The album's working title was Tonight Matthew, I'm Going to be Underworld, inspired by the famous catchphrase "Tonight [host name], I'm going to be...", used on the British celebrity impersonation TV program Stars in Their Eyes.

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