Why are Underworld considered by many to be the most influential dance duo? It's because they release singles and albums like 'A Hundred Days Off'. Get the details on the album, tour dates and free audio and video only on internetdj.
Album: "A Hundred Days Off" Release date: September 24, 2002
Three years after 'Beaucoup Fish' and two years after the release of their award -winning DVD 'Everything Everything,' the fourth Underworld album has arrived. 'A Hundred Days Off' proves that Karl Hyde and Rick Smith can still clean it up on the dance floor, even after the departure of long serving DJ colleague Darren Emerson. Having produced and remixed top recording artists such as Depeche Mode, Bjork and Massive Attack and providing the break-out hit "Born Slippy (Nuxx)" to the 'Trainspotting' Soundtrack, Underworld are not just quality producers and mesmerizing performers, but multi-media juggernauts.
Through their art collective, Tomato, their videos and live visual experience are all created under one roof. Underworld are re-aligned and recharged. The jamming is good again. They're back to big production live shows, and are set to perform live in the US this October 2002.
Underworld Tour Dates
10/14 - Chicago, IL - Riviera Theater
10/15 - Pontiac, MI - Clutch Cargo
10/16 Toronto,ON- Kool Haus
10/18 - New York, NY - Hammerstein Ballroom
10/20 - San Francisco, CA - The Warfield
10/21 - Los Angeles, CA - Wiltern Theater
From the DJs:
"I like it a lot, it's a hit with the people. Good to see Underworld back, you can't keep good talent down." - Carl Cox
"Love this - they have surpassed themselves!" - Nick Warren
"Love it - excellent - will be caning this!" - Danny Howells
"Fucking brilliant - will play it and chart it big time!" Hernan Cattaneo
"Excellent, really, really good. One for the end of the set." Ashley Beedle
"Utterly awesome ... timeless ... huge. I feel complete." - Chris/Hybrid