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Prodigy (Fat of the Land) PA


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Artist: Prodigy (The) Release Date: 1997 Format: CD Record Label: Maverick Genre: DJ, Dance UPC: 093624660620 Sub-Genre: Techno, Electro Track listing 1. Smack My B***h Up 2. Breathe 3. Diesel Power - (featuring Kool Keith) 4. Funky S*** 5. Serial Thrilla 6. Mindfields 7. Narayan 8. Firestarter 9. Climbatize 10. Fuel My Fire - (with Saffron) Details Contributing artists: Crispin Mills, Kool Keith, Saffron Producer: Liam Howlett Distributor: WEA (distr) Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album notes The Prodigy: Keith Flint, Maxim Reality (vocals); Liam Howlett (various instruments); Leeroy Thornhill. Additional personnel: Shahin Bada, Kool Keith, Crispin Mills (vocals); Jim Davies (guitar); Saffron (background vocals). FAT OF THE LAND was nominated for a 1998 Grammy for Best Rock Album. Among the most anticipated releases of 1997, The Prodigy's third full-length album is a bulldozing rock-techno hybrid. But while the guitar/samples/hyper-beats mosaic that made "Firestarter" an MTV breakout are found in every nook and cranny of this album, the overall building blocks are far more diverse, making it a tangible melting pot of pre-millennium pop styles. There's a definite hip-hop element here. "Diesel Power," which features quality mic control by Kool Keith (of Ultramagnetic MCs and Dr. Octagon fame), is new-style hip-hop sculpture, applying techno and acid-house textures to apocalyptic ends. Both "Funky S***" and "Smack My B***h Up" are throbbing dance-floor ejaculations wrapped around, respectively, Beastie Boys and De La Soul refrains. Kula Shaker's Crispin Mills adds vocals to an Eastern-influenced trance workout called "Narayan." All this adds up to proof positive that THE FAT OF THE LAND is just the tip of the iceberg. Editorial reviews Included in Rolling Stone's Essential Recordings of the 90's. Rolling Stone (05/13/1999) Included in Q Magazine's 50 Best Albums of 1997. Q (01/01/1998) Ranked #20 on Spin's list of the Top 20 Albums Of The Year. Spin (01/01/1998) Ranked #29 in the Village Voice's 1997 Pazz Jop Critics' Poll. Village Voice (02/24/1998) 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - ...packs all the visceral punch of rock at its incendiary best....populist electro punk that serves as a perfect Brit counterpart to the industrial noir of Trent Reznor or the jittery soundscapes of Wu-Tang Clan's RZA... Rolling Stone Magazine (08/07/1997) 7 (out of 10) - ...maybe the best fusion of pseudo-rap and pseudo-punk since Rage Against The Machine... Spin (09/01/1997) ...the first block rockin' post-Oasis amyl-techno-punk well as reaffirming their position as head-warping slam-kings of the pop underground, [FAT OF THE LAND] seems set to be the ultimate party soundtrack both sides of the ocean... New Musical Express (06/28/1997) ...Prodigy leader and beat master Liam Howlett has made THE FAT OF THE LAND harder, more subterranean, more diverse, and more vocal-oriented than previous Prodigy records....This is dance music not about release but aggression, making it ideal party music for the end of the century... - Rating: B Entertainment Weekly (07/11/1997) Included in Q Magazine's 90 Best Albums Of The 1990s. Q (12/01/1999) Ranked #43 in Q's Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime Q (10/01/2001) Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2008 Muze Inc. All rights reserved. THIS CD IS FROM THE JUKEBOX COMPANY WE USE TO OWN. THIS CD IS USED AND WAS PUT INTO SERVICE ON A JUKEBOX, IT'S SHIPPED IN A SLIMLINE JEWEL CASE WITH FRONT ARTWORK ,OTHER THEN THE WAY WE STORE THEM TO SAVE SPACE THIS IS THE SAME CD YOU WOULD BUY AT THE RECORD STORE. CD HAS A FEW LIGHT MARKS FROM JUKEBOX PLAY LOOKS AND PLAYS GREAT

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