From the album Beaucoup Fish (1999)
Life, kid, suck, drink from the box, the juice kicks up.
High energy and repetitive, Bruce Lee basically sounds like it was recorded on a manufacturing line. With one verse repeated again and again, Underworld performs an exercise in rhythm and variations on a theme.
Using brute force, this thing will pound its way into your head, but for a form of House music, strangely you won’t feel like dancing. So just sit back and let your brain take a beating.[audio:070612BruceLee.mp3]
What I love: That cold, industrialized beat.
Bonus Separated at Birth entry
I’ve been listening to this song for roughly eight years now, but it wasn’t until I posted the above that I noticed that the beat I’m so fond of bears a striking resemblance to Michael Jackson’s Speed Demon from Bad (1987).
Once you’ve listened to Bruce Lee, check out this sample and then tell me it doesn’t sound a little “inspired by.”[audio:separated/070612SpeedDemon.mp3]