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The Fat of the Land
The Fat of the Land
Offered by ReNew Entertainment
Price: £7.10

0 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Worst Album Ever, 3 Feb. 2015
This review is from: The Fat of the Land (Audio CD)
I've been a fan of The Prodigy from day one, and to me, this is the worst album they have done.
So much hype surrounded this album upon it's release.
I just don't get or like Keith's "cyber-punk" wailing,as if he was trying too hard to emulate the Sex Pistols! it's terrible! and for me, noise. Also punk style guitar riffs and Angry Punk vocals in my opinion have no place in electronic music (Prodigy made this mistake on other albums too unfortunately!)
It just has a very sterile feeling and is pretending to be something it isn't.
The only track on this album that is any good is "Smack my bitch up" and that's because I'm a fan of the "TB-303"
This album left a very bitter taste in the mouth for me after a very long wait for it's release to see if it could match up to "Experience" and
"Jilted" but it failed on every front. It was just one "Jumbled mess" of noise.
Sorry Prodigy, I give it one star, and that's only because I can't give it a half star, and the half star is for the TB-303 in "Smack My Bitch Up"
Comment Comment (1) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Feb 17, 2015 9:54 PM GMT

Experience: Expanded: Remixes & B-Sides
Experience: Expanded: Remixes & B-Sides
Price: £14.90

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Where's the missing track????, 24 Feb. 2011
I got this album the day it came out (the original version)
And I was lucky enough to also obtain another copy from a friend who was a promoter for XL Recordings.
The first few hundred or so copies of the album had a track on it called "Rip up the sound system" in place of the track "Death of the Prodigy dancers - (Live)(Check the sleeve notes on the album, gives credit to Simone for her vocals on this track)
So you would think with a re-issue of this album, Rip up the sound system would have been included?!?! Probably due to 'legal stuff' between record companies/artists/Management etc... Never mind
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Art of Acid: Mixed by Justin Robertson
Art of Acid: Mixed by Justin Robertson

3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Acid??? Not quite, 5 Oct. 2008
I lived through the 1988 summer of love and the whole acid movement... I am a recording artist & D.J.
I was recording my own acid house tracks this year, and I can say... This Album is NOT 100 per cent acid!!!
Yep, there's a few on there, but the rest covers the early house/Jack spectrum of the dance scene.
And the remix CD. Well, if there was ever a way to kill a classic track, this CD Has done that with bells on!!!
I suggest next time someone puts out an album and has the nuts to call it "acid" check yer history first, most purists (like myself) remember acid as "4 to the floor" Roland TR909 Drum tracks With the TB 303 Sound married to it!!!
This album is weak and does not reflect the correct scene..nuff said.

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