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This article is about the Fatboy Slim song. For the Little Anthony and the Imperials song, see Goin' Out of My Head. This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (November 2010) "Going out of My Head" Single by Fatboy Slim from the album Better Living Through Chemistry B-side "Michael Jackson" Released 21 April 1997 Genre Electronic Rock Label Skint Records, Astralwerks Writer(s) Fatboy Slim Producer Fatboy Slim Fatboy Slim singles chronology "Punk to Funk" (1996) "Going out of My Head" (1997) "Everybody Needs a 303 (Remix)" (1997) "Going out of My Head" is a single by the music artist Fatboy Slim, released on his album Better Living Through Chemistry. It samples a Yvonne Elliman cover of The Who's "I Can't Explain" as well as drums from Led Zeppelin's "The Crunge". The single's B-side is "Michael Jackson", a song which samples Negativland's "Michael Jackson", It was re-made as "Illuminati" with Bootsy Collins in 2001 for the soundtrack for the Angelina Jolie film, Tomb Raider. Other uses The song can be heard in the film The Jackal and opens the soundtrack album. It is also featured on Rachel Maddow's radio show as the intro to her "Ask Dr. Maddow" segment. Charts Chart (1997) Peak Position UK Singles Chart 57 U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks 28 v · d · eFatboy Slim Studio albums Better Living Through Chemistry · You've Come a Long Way, Baby · Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars · Palookaville · Bondi Beach: New Years Eve '06 Live albums On the Floor at the Boutique · Live on Brighton Beach · Big Beach Boutique II · New Years Eve 2010-11 Mix Compilation albums The Signature Series Volume 1: Fatboy Slim's Greatest Remixes · The Fatboy Slim/Norman Cook Collection · The Greatest Hits – Why Try Harder Remix albums The Greatest Hits – Remixed Other albums Beat Up the NME · Essential Selection Vol. 1 · Halfway Between the Gutter and the Guardian · Fala aí! · Late Night Tales: Fatboy Slim · Dance Bitch · The Legend Returns · Best of the Bootlegs · Southern Fried House · Skip to My Loops · A Break from the Norm · The Ultimate DJ Sample Box DVDs Big Beach Boutique II - The Movie · The Greatest Hits - Why Make Videos · Incredible Adventures in Brazil EPs My Game · Illuminati · Camber Sands · The Pimp Singles "Everybody Needs a 303" · "Punk to Funk" · "Going out of My Head" · "Everybody Loves a Carnival" · "The Rockafeller Skank" · "Gangster Trippin" · "Praise You" · "Right Here, Right Now" · "Build It Up - Tear It Down" · "Sunset (Bird of Prey)" · "Demons" · "Star 69 / Weapon of Choice" · "Song for Shelter / Ya Mama" · "Drop the Hate" · "Retox" · "Talkin' bout My Baby" · "Slash Dot Dash" · "Wonderful Night" · "The Joker" · "Don't Let the Man Get You Down" · "That Old Pair of Jeans" · "Champion Sound" · "Radioactivity" · "Please Don't" · "Machines Can Do the Work" Featured singles "Badder Badder Schwing" Related articles The Housemartins · Beats International · Pizzaman · Freak Power · The Brighton Port Authority · Think Tank This electronic music song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e