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Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned [VINYL]

The Prodigy Vinyl
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  • Vinyl (19 Sep 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Music On Vinyl
  • ASIN: B005FJP53I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 245,858 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Spitfire (5.07)
2. Girls (4.07)
3. Memphis Bells (4.28)
4. Get Up Get Off (4.19)
5. Hotride (4.36)
6. Wake Up Call (4.56)
Disc: 2
1. Action Radar (5.32)
2. Medusa's Path (6.08)
3. Phoenix (4.38)
4. You'll Be Under My Wheels (3.56)
5. The Way It Is (5.46)
6. Shoot Down (4.32)

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CD Description

180 grams audiophile vinyl / Printed inner sleeves / Gatefold sleeve

About the Artist

In a time when rock critics saw The Prodigy as a glorified keyboard player flanked by a couple of weird and scary dancers, Liam Howlett & co showed the world how dance had evolved away from the club scene and into the festivals & arenas. And they did that by staying true to their own sound. While dance moved from Acid House to Rave to Ambient to Breakbeat & Drum 'n' Bass, The Prodigy changed their brand of hard-hitting Breakbeat with king-sized hooks and unmissable samples only sparingly. 'Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned' was the long-awaited album after their breakthrough smash 'The Fat Of The Land'. Featured on the album are Liam Gallagher, Kool Keith, Twista and even Juliette Lewis, morphed and wrangled beyond recognition on an album that goes back to the core of what The Prodigy stands for: a thumping bass, mad beats & noise flying every which way but loose!

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Never Ever Outgunned 19 Aug 2004
Format:Audio CD
As with 'Fat of The Land', my expectations were high. After 7 years (give the guy some credit, he's had a kid and re-wrote this album only 2 years ago!) this electronic monster hits the shelf. 'Girls' was the obvious 'promotion single' which does mean that you may be disappointed at many tracks if you especiallyenjoy - and wish for more of - the 80's-esque, trashy, upbeat electro sound of this. The 'Spitfire' vocals are a kick in the teeth setting a gritty opener to the album, 'You'll Be Under My Wheels' (a re-work of their 'Extasy of Violence' Jilted Generation days track) is brilliantly spontaneous, as are 'Shoot Down' (featuring Liam Gallagher - not Oasis-esque vocals, fret not!) and 'The Way It Is'(another of the upbeat electronic monsters, though quite a formulaic sound on this album).
As fantastic as some of these tracks are though, you can't help but notice any lack of inspiration on tracks such as 'Action Radar', 'Phoenix' and 'Get Up Get Off' (purely a vocal-lead track), much of which seem repetitious. However, there is filler but there is also floor-filler, the latter of which makes this one of the best - and most surprising and enjoyable- releases this year!
(The absense of Keith and Maxim does NOT affect the quality of the tracks - the featured vocalists here provide much more flexibility within the music, and many of the guests tend to replicate the trademark Flint growls and smooth style of Maxim anyway.)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Who says this album lacks punch? 6 Sep 2004
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Format:Audio CD
This album certainly sounds different to previous stuff done by the prodigy. The most likely reason is the absence of Keith Flint and Maxim. Then again, most bands sound different when their trademark vocalists are absent - (take the sneaker pimps for example).
There's also a lot more female vocals and tooty-beepy sounds scattered around the place which give it that basement jaxx feel.
I like to think of this album as "Basement Jaxx - Kish Kash" on steroids. It has bucketloads of bassy, distorted guitars which is a good thing for rock lovers like me :). For this reason is it any wonder why it's going to sound different to anything the prodigy have done in the past?
To best describe the average song - take "serial thrilla" from "fat of the land", and replace Keith Flint's vocals with some Basement Jaxx/groove amada type vocals.
Contrary to what many are saying, there are better tracks than 'girls'. My pick is 'spitfire', 'memphis bells' and 'get up , get off'. Absolutely awesome album.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Different direction 28 Jun 2006
Format:Audio CD
As a big prodigy fan since their early stuff felt the need to input my four pence worth OMO. I find a number of people on here slate this album and I agree to a point with what they say but...
But can't agree with people who simply write it off as a failure. I think long time fans (incl. myself) will always tend to compare to their past which will undoubtedly give a biased opinion about the latest offering.
As an 'electronic' stand alone album this is a good album. And to newbie's to the prodigy this is probably an interesting piece and maybe better than their past work.
Personally I think this is a good album just not 'prodigy' sounding album entirely , 'Spitfire' reminds me of FOTL but the rest of it goes down different avenues. I thinks its a 'grower' as i keep playing and liking it more with every listen.
Hats off to Liam for having the balls to try some new ideas, as it must be hard with the pressure to stay ahead of the game, as their are many more great electronic acts out their.
Certainly not a revelation like their last two albums as they were ground breaking at the time and haven't really dated, unlike some of their rivals!
Maybe the next album will break the mould once more and take over the world!!!! nuff said, now shoot me down!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You'll love it or hate it, but please try it! 8 Sep 2004
Format:Audio CD
I think, based on the different reviews that are on here, that this is an album you either really like, or really dislike.
It follows on from the Fat of The Land in the same way that the other Prodigy albums follow on from each other - by being different.
I remember the first time I heard Jilted Generation, after listening to Experience, and I thought 'Wow... different'
I got the same thing the first time I listened to AONO.
When the first track (Spitfire) hits, somethings feels familiar but the tone is different. In fact, the first 5 or so tracks have a familiar speed and rhythm about them, but the album is certainly a new style.
The thing that strikes me straight away is the 80's influence that tinges the album, including the use of drum samples that sound like they came from some of the early drum synths. Don't be put off though, this builds a theme and substance below the album and on tracks like Girls it really makes a good track great.
I thought it was odd when I heard an interview with Liam that he said that "You'll be under my wheels" was a filler track that he didn't really like. I think this is one of the gems on the album with its stop start action and hard hitting bass.
I have a feeling that the people who won't like this album are the people who wanted to hear Keith shouting and snorting on more tracks than he did on Fat. Personally I felt this was a poor direction for Prodigy and although it brought in a lot of new fans I think they liked the punkiness more than the electronic side of things. This album sounds like the Prodigy have taken a sidestep and taken the good bits from Fat and Jilted and put them together.
Certainly the album of the month, if not year.
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Lots of this album made it onto the best of album for a reason. Hot ride / girls etc are all top tracks with a great mix as ever of guitar and synthesizer. Read more
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5.0 out of 5 stars prodigy!!!!
with prodigy you cant really go wrong, and AONO is another masterpiece that you can hear in a club and dance to, or play it in your car on a journey and enjoy it just as much! Read more
Published 14 months ago by random1
4.0 out of 5 stars A grower and a keeper
On first hearing of the single 'Girls' from this album, I felt disappointed.

Around the time of its release, the media had been saying that AONO was to be more of a... Read more
Published 18 months ago by mungflesh
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Published 22 months ago by matthew hoyle
4.0 out of 5 stars Sounds good considering it was released eight years ago.
When I bought this item, I was hoping it would deliver what the singles did as I own almost every "The Prodigy" CD and have heard a few singles on the album
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