The BPA Featuring Iggy Pop, "He's Frank"
The BPA Featuring Emmy The Great, "Seattle"
The BPA Featuring David Byrne & Dizzee Rascal, "Toe Jam"
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The Brighton Port Authority.
The Brighton Port Authority, built around a word-of-mouth following, is a collaborative musical project created by Simon Thornton and Norman Cook (a.k.a. DJ Fatboy Slim). Its debut album as a collective, I Think We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat, features a series of popular artists, such as Iggy Pop, Martha Wainwright, Dizzee Rascal and David Byrne. While each artist contributes a bit of his or her own style, the overall '70s house approach ties the entire album together in what the group describes as a "warehouse party, testing synthesizers, shooting fireworks across the bay."
In an interview with host David Dye, Cook describes how these tapes, recorded in the early 1970s to mid-'90s, were lost for years and recently found in a Brighton dockside warehouse.