For a lot of people, when they hear ‘Underworld’ they’ll immediately strike up an image of Mark Renton walking into the horizon at the ending of Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting 1, perfectly accompanied by whats considered to be one of the most well known dance songs in history – Born Slippy.

Underworld, however, have a seriously packed discography and a copious amount of projects that they’ve undertaken all the way from scoring films, scoring the Olympics opening ceremony in London and a massively diverse range of semiotically charged productions and music released under both the alias Underworld and solo by the groups members Karl Hyde and Rick Smith.

With that in mind, here’s our favourite songs that aren’t ‘Born Slippy’ from the iconic dance act Underworld:

Low Burn

 

Pearls Girl

 

 

Juanita/Kiteless

Ova Nova

Push Upstairs

 

Shudder/King of Snake

Slow Slippy

Moaner

 

Jumbo

 

If Rah

 

You can catch Underworld performing at All Together Now, taking place at Curraghmore House, Waterford from August 3-5.

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