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Experience: Expanded (Remixes & B-sides)
 
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Experience: Expanded (Remixes & B-sides)

4 Aug. 2008 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 4 Aug. 2008
  • Release Date: 4 Aug. 2008
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: XL
  • Copyright: 2008 XL Recordings Ltd
  • Total Length: 2:04:58
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  • ASIN: B001MXS16O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,752 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 5 Aug. 2002
Format: Audio CD
The diamond of the old skool rave scene. The best Prodigy album in my opinion (although I'm a big fan of fast paced dance music like happy hardcore) with some of their best tracks, and at the same time it is an absolute disaster. Why Liam and the gang decided to leave out the released single versions of Fire and Wind it up used to be a mystery to me, I now know why, to earn more money. Charly is a bit different aswell, though some would argue better on the album, aswell as a couple of others being a little different. The brilliant versions of Fire and Wind it up (rewound) were left out and replaced with terrible remixes in comparrison. You used to have to fork out another £10 just to get the two singles, worth every penny (especially Wind it Up which has "We are the Ruffest", a brilliant tune). The albums great but don't buy it. Go back, type in Eperience expanded and pay the extra couple of quid to get the cd with the b-sides, because on it are 2 of the best Prodigy tracks ever, the proper version of charly with full cat influenced safety messages aswell as We are the Ruffest. Compare the tracks on the 2 cd's and you will c what I mean then appreciate being able to buy this reworked version of Experience, because I had 2 do it the hard way and spend a lot more than you'll have to. The extra money spent is worth it ten fold, trust me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brian Hamilton TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Nov. 2013
Format: Audio CD
Coming of age in the 90's meant a love of rave and dance music and the time, place and emotions were perfectly captured by the Prodigy. Each album they released grew in maturity and power and they were, for a time, the masters of the charts.

So, the Prodigy Experience was their first LP, a slamming, acid tinged, breakbeat infused dance album with the prerequisite sampled sound bites and enough innovation and masterful mixing to make it an absolute winner.

The Expanded album is, in itself, a must buy. I snapped it up simply for the fairground remix of 'Everybody in the Place', which is one of my favourite rave tracks of all time and had a feel of illicit night time behaviour as my only access to it was on old school analogue sky tv when mtv actually placed music.

The rest of the tracks are similarly strong and the remixes have enough variety to make this feel more than just a cynical cash-in.

But still, its the original album which even now sends shivers down the spine and does not sound aged nor does it induce a tinge of embarrassment when played out loud.

Listening to the album afresh after so long the one track that stands out above the rest (itself a feat as they are all so strong) is the Weather Experience. Never has the voice of Michael Fish induced such ripples of pleasure.

This is an ageless album whose appeal should not lie in the aging ravers out there but must be a touchstone for anyone interested in listening to the voice and sounds of an era.

Classic, classless, brilliant.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By rob@cooperbrown.com on 13 July 2001
Format: Audio CD
A slice of music history wrapped in a plain white cover. This album is arguably the best dance album ever made and testament to the writing genius of Liam Howlett. When I first bought 'Experience' I listened to in virtually non-stop for 3 months and still find it interesting today. It's consistent song quality throughout is rarely seen in albums of any genre.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 6 April 2009
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This remains the Prodigy's best album and now it comes with a second CD with the 12" releases, Fire, Charly, Everybody in the place amongst other B side remixes. I personally like the original Fire mix just as much as the released version but that's just my opinion.
The first CD is an absolute belter. Some of the sounds and samples do sound like they came out of the 90's in terms of the various pianos and synth sounds however the breaks are timeless.
The running of the album blends all the different tracks and it really is an album you can just let run. All of the tracks are different using varying sounds and textures to bring together an hour of some of best dance music and one best dance albums of all time.
If you're not into your dance music or prefer the more eclectic mix of the sounds from Prodigy's later stuff then this may not be for you.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sean Higgins (Sean_Higgins1@Hotmail.com) on 5 Sept. 2001
Format: Audio CD
The Prodigy's first album. They might not release albums as often as we wish, but each time they do the music has evolved and owning this album allows you to 'experience' how The Prodigy have changed. This first album features songs that go back to the good old days of rave music, with songs featuring many sound samples including the classics Charly (a must for anyone that can remember the 'Charly says' adverts) and Fire, which leaves its lyrics in you head long after you have stopped listening to the song, which in this case is not a bad thing. All of the songs on the album are original and have their own very distictive sounds, helped by the great use of the sound samples. Don't be put off by the age of the album it still sounds fresh.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Optical Stairway on 22 Sept. 2008
Format: Audio CD
I would not say the other reviewer is much of a prodigy fan if he cant hear the difference in the remastering ! sounds better than ever, and although some of the bonus remixes / additional tracks are not up to the prodigy polished touch - the ruff in the jungle and weather experience remixes more than make up for it. An excellent introduction to early 90s 'dance' music.
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