Two of the world's most popular DJs will share their beats with the masses with Hypnotic Recordings' Feb. 5 release of Paul Oakenfold's "Bust a Groove" and Norman "Fatboy Slim" Cook's "All Star Breakb

Two of the world's most popular DJs will share their beats with the masses with Hypnotic Recordings' Feb. 5 release of Paul Oakenfold's "Bust a Groove" and Norman "Fatboy Slim" Cook's "All Star Breakbeats." Both discs compile the respective U.K.-based artists' favorite beats, loops, grooves, and scratches, serving as either an approximation of the Oakenfold/Cook live experience or a tool for aspiring DJs to use in their own sets.

Cook's "All Star Breakbeats" features 11 tracks of loops, with titles like "Prince of the Beats," "Shriek," and "Lock It in the Socket," followed by untitled tracks 12-62, a collection of scratches, samples, and effects.

Oakenfold's "Bust a Groove" follows much the same pattern, compiling loops and breakbeats with titles like "Stoned Again," "Sexy Sax," "Chelsea Hill," "Brixton Grooves," and "Future Funk" for the first 14 tracks, followed by 25 shorter effects and scratches.

As Cook recently told the BBC, both DJs are planning small Japanese tours this summer to coincide with the soccer World Cup held in that country. The two are planning to mirror the English team's itinerary with shows in Saitama, Sapporo, and Osaka, as well as performing together in Tokyo.