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  1. James from Manchester, England Actually the original "Born slippy" was an instrumental. The famous version, a B-side to the original, is "born tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo". The lyrics were just meant as a joke. For more info, go to wikipedia.
  2. Jan 12,  · For me Born slippy is a prime example of how electronic music doesn't conform to the standard lyrical arrangement of pop music, pop music is based on the verse followed by chorus followed by verse followed by chorus arrangemnent which to me is so fucking boring and unimaginative, where as the lyrical arrangement of a track like born slippy /5().
  3. Born Slippy is a meticulous blend of thrilling suspense, globetrotting adventures,and a heavy dose of cynical humor. This is one book you will not forget. That takes the reader on a journey that reflects moral decisions and, seedy business dealings in a This book was received from the Author, and Publisher, in exchange for an honest review/5.
  4. The Atomic Hooligan mix is trippy. It feels like listening to Born Slippy on headphones while floating in outer space. Good Stuff. Paul Oakenfold's mix is very dark and moody. It has incredible sounds and a very vivid beat. This is a great CD for Underworld fans or for anyone who likes Born Slippy/5(4).
  5. Underworld "Born Slippy": Drive boy dog boy Dirty numb angel boy In the doorway boy She was a lipstick boy She was a beaut.
  6. Born Slippy (Nuxx) (Radio Edit) by Underworld. out of 5 stars 2. MP3 Music Listen with Music Unlimited. Or $ to buy MP3. Born Slippy. by Ibiza Dance Party. out of 5 stars 2. MP3 Music Listen with Music Unlimited. Or $ to buy MP3. Aurora Born Slippy. by.
  7. In truth, Born Slippy is a pretty simple song. A simple synth riff play wrapped around Karl Hyde's staccato delivery with his patanted stream of conciousness lyrics. Added later into the song is bass heavy beat that in of itself holds most of the song till its climax and ending/5.
  8. In truth, Born Slippy is a pretty simple song. A simple synth riff play wrapped around Karl Hyde's staccato delivery with his patanted stream of conciousness lyrics. Added later into the song is bass heavy beat that in of itself holds most of the song till its climax and ending/5(19).

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