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Music For The Jilted Generation

The Prodigy

1994

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Music For The Jilted Generation

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Did not enkoy

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An incredible dance record, which was hugely influential in its time and continues to sound great. Lots of energy and some really cool synth sounds. Some real standout tracks, particularly throughout the mid section of the album, though the whole thing flows well. The kind of music best listened to while off your face in a nightclub/warehouse/field. Too long though, like a lot of dance albums from this era.

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Prodigy, while electronic, couldn't be any further from the electronic band I reviewed yesterday (Heaven17). This album is dark, industrial, filled with great break beats, and actually has a ton of balls to it. What it DOESN'T have, unfortunately, is anything resembling melody or song structure. I vaguely remember liking their later album, "Invaders Must Die" so I was interested to give this a try. It's about what I expected but I did come across a couple of tracks that I actually knew ("Voodoo People" and "Poison") and liked. This album is great as high-energy background music. There are so many interesting layers of sonic texture going on that can be interesting to try to pick apart but, as a focused listening experience, it falls very short when one is sober.

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5

I love this. I always loved this. It's one of the world's great 'get up and go' albums for when some musical motivation is needed. Full volume in the club I worked at turned this album into a monster. So many tracks here made the crowd go nuts, we had to ration Prodigy for when we had enough doormen to handle it. Such power, I fucking love it.

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Way more 4/4 than I was anticipating, I like it. The BPM’s in general are lower than what is thought they’d be, but that’s no complaint. This album is very good, I can hear it’s influence. Slows down nicely in the back 1/3rd, gets nice and atmospheric. 3 Kilos is such an amazing song, a departure from the album, but it works brilliantly. My favorite song on the album. I’d buy this

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Blips, blops, snares, fireworks, drums, voices from beyond the veil, reverberations, passing UFOs, foghorns from ships 20 miless out at sea, drums, breaking glass, a carnival two streets over, looped organ music from a 40s horror flick, drums, drums, drums.

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5

Thought I wouldn't like it but then it turned out to be excellent work music!

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4/1 Hard, hard beats on here, sounds more timeless than their next album and I certainly like this one more. Standout Tracks: Break & Enter, Full Throttle, Voodoo People, Poison, One Love, Claustrophobic Stings

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4

Many childhood memories! Still one of the most important techno albums of that decade.

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Fantastische Platte, auch wieder so ne Wegmarke am Übergang einer Band, in dem Fall von Liam Howletts Schlafzimmerprojekt mit seinen Raverfreunden zum Major Act mit Major Hits. Mich schocken nach wie vor am meisten die eher klassischen British Breakbeat/Hardcore/Jungle-Nummer mit natürlich allen voran Full Throttle, aber auch Break & Enter und das alles passenderweise ganz zum Schluss gesetzte (keine Gefangenen!) Claustrophobic Sting. Die Hits - Voodoo People, No Good und (hatte völlig vergessen dass die schon da drauf war!) Poison - dann schön in die Mitte gesetzt und schon klar auf die damalige MTV Crowd abgezieltz. Paar Filler drumherum (aber wer Filler wie Their Law hat, hat nun wirklich gar keine Probleme) - und schon haben wir die perfekte Platte für ihre Zeit. Habe mich immer gefragt, welche Drogen die Band selbst dazu eigentlich im Programm hatte - Kiffen und Alkohol kann ich aus Rezipientensicht aber wärmstens empfehlen. 4,4

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Prefer The Fat Of The Land but still very good. A 3.75/5

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So the hits and singles released from this album were (and still are) undeniably ace. As for the best of the rest: ‘Full Throttle’, ‘3 Kilos’ and ‘Claustrophobic Sting’ are both great, while ‘The Heat’ is interesting. What’s left is just a bit too one note for me. There are a lot of interesting ideas, but they never quite feel fully fleshed out, and on an album that’s already too long the padding get really noticeable at times.

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Pretty repetitive and dated.

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Good stuff! Just absolutely love this band!

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good

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5

One of my all time favorites, this is my childhood

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5

I doubt I’m alone in saying that this album pushed a metal / grunge kid into the world of dance music and that’s exactly what this album did. Aggressive and fast and whilst I was initially drawn in by the likes of Their Law and Voodoo People it is actually tracks like Speedway, No Good, 3 kilos and Claustrophobic Sting that stuck with me. A stone cold classic album - one they never topped and never could

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Banger from start to finish, an album that means so much to me, learning the running man, first cd I ever bought. Untouchable.

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An extraordinary album that was both brilliantly original yet completely of its time. Timeless in many ways this album did more to change the landscape of dance music and bring it to a wider audience than any other.

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Awesome

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Второй альбом The Prodigy демонстрирует плавный переход от чистого рейва Experience к электропанку легендарного The Fat of the Land. При загрузке материала под завязку на 1 час 18 минут, альбом слушается на одном дыхании. Ураганный рейв сменяется цепляющими хитами и уносит в космос на последних треках.

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5

Great album. Never listened to it before but thoroughly enjoyed it.

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5

great rave music, or in my case great for keeping me motivated whilst working.

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5

Amazing album. I was aware of and enjoyed The Prodigy beforehand; I can't believe I let this album by.

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5

RIP Keef. If this was a footballer it'd be Razor Ruddock. (Not for his football ability).

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this used to be my preffered album to listen to when i came home too wired to go straight to bed. i am now old and that no longer happens.

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Absolutely brilliant album and dare I say it, better than The Fat of the Land

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5

What a cool look into what early EDM was like!

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5 star. Love every track.

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Accessible techno classic

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What we're dealing with here is a total lack of respect for the law.

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5

This one is going to be in high rotation for workout music for me for a while. I love the energy. The music is full of surprises too. Every song is a marathon dance jam with twists and turns and layers of details in the mix. Amazing production. I love how they use sound effects in the music. There’s breaking glass in “Break & Enter,” a pitch-corrected voice that sounds like a dying cat in “Their Law,” and race cars and car alarms in “Speedway.” The album has an eclectic mix of dance/techno styles and a lot of different vocal samples that make it a great, varied front-to-back listen. Even some more upbeat stuff (that flute melody in “3 Kilos” is great!). I wasn’t familiar with this beforehand but it definitely feels like a classic of the genre.

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A banger

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Good album…. Prevented from being an amazing album by its length. Shave 40mins off and you’ve got yourself a big beat classic!!

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Interesting intro - concept album? Feels like good 90s rave music. Great focused work music - voodoo people is intense

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Heavy. Never heard heavy EDM before, but it was something I definitely want more of in my life.

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In the right situation this is an incredible album. I’m just never in those situations any more. Voodoo People is still an absolute banger.

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urgh they picked the wrong album. hell yeah so good tho. I love this electric hard dance music. really well composed.

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Good background music while focusing on something. Fast paced, repetitive, minimal distractions.

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This sounds like something Ali-G would listen to. Damm they really did sample the very ape riff. Very nice! If the songs were shorter the album would be better. I would like to hear the albums where the british man instead.

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Un título un tanto lúgubre para este álbum que no suena así. Me suena a cosa que me perdí porque era un bebé apenas en la década, como los raves (?). Sin embargo, puedo aceptar que es música que podría escuchar más, me hace trabajar bien por enérgica y me hace pensar, sobre todo en estos días de mucho encierro, en que ojalá volvamos a la fiesta aunque ya no suene este tipo de música. Mis favs: "Break & Enter", "Voodoo People", "One Love" y "Claustrophobic Sting". P.D. Creo que hay samples y demás, pero "Break & Enter" me recordó de repente a la posterior y buenísima "Not Gonna Get Us" de t.A.T.u. 9/10

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4

A staple breakbeat hardcore/techno album. Consistent all-round, but rave music hasn't aged that well. 7/10

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Komisch-logisch, wie ich als Crossover und slightly EBM / Dark Wave Kid jener Zeit dieses Werk als das einzig echte, credible Prodigy Album abgespeichert haben konnte. Es ist so fett, wie die Samples pathetisch. Die breakbeats in den Kanon hineinkonserviert, wie sie spätere Archäologen elektronischer Musik herauspauken sollten. 3 Killer Tracks (fast) hintereinander und der Überbau so passgenau. Welch irre prügelndes wie auch anschmiegsames Biest! Vielleicht überschätzte 4.4

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Suena súper noventas. Tiene sus momentos dark, sus momenetos trip, chido en general. Por supuestos que la canción que más me gustó fue Their Law porque está re industrial. Las demás bien como para escucharlas una vez, es decir, no regresaría más que a esa canción. Mood: rave en un edificio abandonado por la radiactividad

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Couple of mammoths. But not the best Prodigy album

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Heerlijk!

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Toch wel een vette plaat! Beetje lang, en hier en daar wat teveel doorgetrokken in weirdness, maar ik kan dit toch wel echt waarderen. En in de categorie trivia heb ik weer iets geleerd: Het gitaar sample in Voodoo People komt uit het nummer Very Ape van Nirvana!

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Hoewel ik destijds weinig op had met dance, vond ik dit echt een openbaring omdat het ook een bepaalde rockfeel had. Nu luisterend vind ik het misschien nog wel beter dan destijds.

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El segundo CD que compré en la vida fue Fat of the Land de Prodigy. Los amo. Soy muy, muy, muy fan. Fan de su obra noventera, de las Dirtchamber Sessions. Tenía como mil 300 años sin escuchar este pedo. Realmente solo tengo un pedo, este disco está bien pinche largo. Fuera de eso es hermoso. Un viaje en el tiempo absoluto. Ha pasado tanto tiempo que suena fresco, es tan diferente a lo que suena actualmente en los círculos rojos y en la banda que escucha la mierda de top 40. La verdad es que dan ganas de drogarse, verdá. En fin, luego es difícil escuchar los discos centrados en su contexto original, pero piensen en 1994. Colosio muerto, EZLN, el Re de Café Tacvba, Fey, mamadas así. Esto era absolutamente radical. Y ni siquiera era lo más radical, sónicamente hablando, que se producía en Inglaterra en esa época. No sé, increíble. Qué ganas de bailar.

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Great first part of the album, full of great bangers. I think the running length is a bit too long, as 90s techno and rave songs get really repetitive. Still, Poison, Voodoo People are timeless dance anthems.

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De todos los géneros que no conozco, la electrónica es creo el más ajeno, nunca sé cómo apreciarla (?), no es para mí

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To my great surprise, I actually really enjoyed it. Was good to have it playing, although it would fit better when accompanying household chores or workout rather than for work. Too repetitive for five stars though.

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Album is longer than I like, but also better than expected. I think I had the wrong expectations going into this one. Ultimately I enjoyed this, but it's very context-specific. Should be enjoyed in a club, and not while just sitting around on a lazy Saturday.

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Questo disco è la perfetta colonna sonora di una determinata sottocultura e ti porta subito a rivivere quell'esperienza. Lo stile dei Prodigy è iper riconoscibile e le produzioni, considerati anni e mezzi, sono ammirevoli. Non è un disco perfetto ma l'energia che trasmette è tantissima, proprio per questo lo trovo più importante di Fat of Land che è più evoluto ma anche più mainstream.

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I really liked it, legit 4 stars. Cool industrial techno thing going and not something I hear these days. Aside from voodoo ppl I liked Break & Enter, Full Throttle, and Poison.

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Feels like this really weird and interesting mix of Breakbeat, Electronica, trance, and EDM. With a dash of what I feel like is Metal, Punk, and some real industrial vibes. I like it. I think it could have been made a bit shorter to be honest. But for what it is, it does it very well.

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Love it, especially the Voodoo people song that was used in Wasabi movie

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Simplemente tengo ganas de fiesta, perro sanxe haz algo

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Outlines the big beat genre pretty well. Packs a lot of power into one album. Intense beats, interspersed with melodically advanced, anthemic chords and melodies. Feels a bit 'plastic' and mass-produced, but overall a good album. Can get a bit annoying and repetitive at times. Essential for any fans of electronic dance music

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Ei parasta tältä artistilta

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pari bangerii, muutama heikompi, mut hyvää kamaa

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Oh here we go. Banger time. Bop your skull to this shit and enjoy the ride. Weehahhh boyyyyyy. Everything here is above average easy. I wish it was just a little bit more aggressive to really get you jumpin'

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This was good! But not a lot of lyrics. It was weird in a cool sort of way but not emotionally gripping or anything.

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My friend described this as backing music to low-rez skateboarding compilations, and I have to agree. Where I disagree, is where that is a bad thing. This kind of kicks ass. There are some lulls in the tracklist, but overall the sampling and overall beat centric, heavy metal/grunge electronic music is a great vibe and very enjoyable to me. This could be a single album is the biggest drawback. Hightlights: 2, 4, 5, 8, and 9.

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I feel like I am at a rave underneath an overpass, and my glow sticks are flying.

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4

Electronic Punk is a good description, lots of energy, if a little noisy!

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4

I’m not of the jilted generation so this is not for me.

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Propa chunes

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Trop c’est comme pas assez. J’ai l’imoression d’etre dans un rave. Pour etrre franc ca secoute buen mais cest repetitif. En fait mes commentaires sont la definiton du techno quie st la base d el’album. Jai tout ecouter en travaillant et je n’ai vraiment pas detester. 4*

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Pretty damn good! I didn't expect to like this so much. I'm not a huge fan of Techno usually, but this one hit differently! Defs gonna buy this album

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weird but fun

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ARE YOU READY FOR THE MATRIX? The album goes on a bit long, but if you are in the mood for 90s industrial/goth/techno nostalgia, it absolutely slaps.

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8/10. Kinda hype tho ngl

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I was a former child prodigy. Unfortunately, after getting mercilessly fucked by my scout master when I was 9, I lost any kind of interest in anything. Cruel world.

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4

Really good background working music, almost trance-y.

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I'm already a fan of the Prodigy so I liked a lot of the songs on this album. The only downside is that some of the songs are really long and repetitive.

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Oh god, my face just MELTED. Only really got into them with Fat of the Land, but obviously this is a belter if you want to gurn yourself silly into the small hours

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Unrelenting and hypnotic. Not my genre but undeniably crafted

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Dansen van begin tot eind

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wild

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Genre: Big Beat 4/5 Ah, the 90s. The Big Beat/Techno boom was coming, and Music for the Jilted Generation is certainly a high mark for the genre. Some prescient moments on this thing, crafting sounds that would titillate the ears for years to come. You can hear Thomas Bangalter, Fatboy Slim, and even later acts such as SebastiAn and Justice. Overall, the music on this thing is generally high energy, fun to listen to, and a hard kick in the ass. A must listen for any techno-head’s out there.

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What a freaky state of affairs - *whispers* my mind is glowing. Who needs K when you've got this album. Unbelievable how many genres they can subtly explore under the guise of industrial tech.

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Dancefloor punk, audacious and bombastic in all the right ways.

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belter! too long though - if he'd reigned it in a wee bit it'd be a 5

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Legendariskt album, inte fullt lika fett som uppföljaren men något otroligt tonsättande för hela genren!

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Couple of old school classics but it’s a bit heavy as a full length LP

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Succumb. (The Narcotic Suite is nuts.) 4.0

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When I was young I listened a lot for The Prodigy. Damn, it felt good to remember this album. It is great! It's still a bit long for my taste, but whatever. The songs give you that extra energy needed for doing anything you want. Favorite tracks: * Voodoo People * Break & Enter * Full Throttle

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A frantic techno/break beat album. Feels like an acid trip in Madchester (which it likely was). Is very enjoyable when you want to electric out (not sure where my love for old school techno comes from: may be the only way I can excuse liking techno?) It is listed along albums by Chemical Brothers as one of the Breakbeat pioneers but it is definitely the more deranged, chemically indulgent brother if it is to be compared to them.

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Interesting. I liked it.

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Il y a quelques années, j'aurais écouté cette musique pour danser toute la nuit. Aujourd'hui, je l'ai écoutée en avant-midi pour me donner l'énergie nécessaire pour finaliser ma déclaration d'impôts. Quand j'ai voulu terminer l'écoute de l'album en soirée, j'ai trouvé ça un peu trop intense ; comme quoi apprécier la musique est toujours une question de contexte. Quoi qu'il en soit, malgré le côté répétitif (inhérent à ce genre de toute façon) et un creux vers le milieu de l'album, celui-ci demeure un excellent exemple de la révolution électronique qui agitera le monde de la musique à partir du milieu des années 90.

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4

Overlong, but still chock-full of bangers.

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Tell you what, I stuffed and stamped envelopes faster than I ever thought I could while this album was playing. Its caffeine for the ears, and I'm into it. If I were to go to a festival to dance and trip, this is totally what I would want to hear for at least an hour or two... and then I would probably have a headache and need to sit down in a quiet corner for a lil bit.

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4

This IS the pulsating rhythmical remedy! It's an incredible album and totally blew my mind when it was released. Listening back to it, I am still fully rocking out to the best rave album that was released when the rave-scene was slowly on its way out. It returned to the feelings of anti-authoritarian punk and hiphop, but is a full rave album, with influences from both. The song that brought me to the album 28 years ago was No Good (Start The Dance) with its breakbeats and might for me still be the best dancehall song ever made. Where the album really comes out is in the song that has all the rockrave influence in it: Voodoo People. Other highlights are Break & Enter, Poison and Claustrophobic Sting Why no 5 stars? Even though all 13 songs differ wildly from each other, in this 78 minute opus, there are also a few lesser songs. They could've taken some of the 'fillers' out I'm afraid to make it perfect.

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4

Quite enjoy The Prodigy. You do have to be in the right mood though. Found myself bouncing to most of this. Love me some 90s dance music!

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I honestly thought this was going to be a rap album...turns out it's two hours of SNES video game music, which obviously appeals to me. 4/5

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4

Quite enjoy The Prodigy. You do have to be in the right mood though. Found myself bouncing to most of this. Love me some 90s dance music!

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4

needs more 70s PSA cat gibberish

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I really enjoyed this album. It was strange in a good way. Every song just sounded like boss music to some retro video game.

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4

As an album not actually all that great, first few tracks just electronica, however the stand outs of voodoo people and start the dance are just so good. Also helped dance music become the sound of the 90s so super influential.

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That was a fun trip down memory lane yet the album still sounds good despite it being so of the era. Liam Howlett’s mastery of production is uncanny here and most of the songs, especially on Side A, are total bangers. It starts to wane a little in energy after No Good, but theyre actually good tracks still - albeit not the classic pounding of the first half. Good stuff.

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3

not my genre but head-bopping nonetheless

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Smack my bitch up

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3

In small doses this is cool, but for over an hour? Without drugs, that's a tall order.

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Techno album, mostly. But not too over the top. Decent.

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This one's a mixed one. I've heard some of the songs before and liked them. It is also similar to some parst from Matrix soundtrack. However, some are just not that pleasant to listen to.

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false

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I was surprised at this one. Honestly, the cover art had me a little nervous that it would be kind of hard and creepy sounding, but I didn’t mind it. It’s definitely 90s; not sure it would find a hold in today’s milieu.

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Feel like I needed to drop eighty tabs to get into this on a Tuesday morning. They have a certain sound that sets them apart from other electronic music.

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90s electronic/industrial breakbeat. KMFDM without the rock n' roll. vaguely reminds me of playing flash games on newgrounds

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Behalve de 2 hitjes, die door de nostalgische waarde een * extra opleveren, werd ik nogal nerveus van een heel album te luisteren

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voodoo people is a timeless banger

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Teetering on a 4. There's something about electro from bands that came out of the 90's that's just better.

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Hmm, likte noe av det, noe var ganske bra mens annet var litt merkelig. Vet ikke helt hva jeg skal skrive. Noe man vil høre på i en halvveis bortgjemt litt retro bar for å chille og drikke øl.

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3

Good but intense for the morning

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Parts of this album sound like someone gave the Doof Warrior a band. I kinda feel like to fully enjoy this I need to either be in a slick, flashy 90s action movie or on E in a 90s German discotheque. Like, I get it, but it’s not for me.

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3

Really enjoyable album, you need to be in the right mood for it though. Definitely won’t be everyone’s cup of tea at all. Some absolute BANGERS on this one though!

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3

Not really my type of music, but it is listenable. The influences this album and group had is unquestionable, and even big bands like Rammstein, Nine Inch Nails and Fear Factory would have sounded a lot different without the industrial electronic sounds of The Prodigy.

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55. Um saco de plástico bem cheio de ar. Empurro-o em direção à Terra. Do outro lado, as fagulhas libertam-se. Com ar se faz o fogo. MotA: Voodoo People "So, I've decided to take my work back underground to stop falling on the wrong hands"

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Probabilmente 20 anni fa gli avrei dato un punteggio più alto ma considerando che l'ho ascoltato un po' di corsa perché già lo conoscevo e che preferisco altri album dei The Prodigy, si becca la sufficienza. Voto 3

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A good electronic album from the 90s. Brought back memories from the time, ok for nostalgia but don't think I'd go back to it again.

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3

These songs were mostly enjoyable, and frankly fit quite well with my mood today. However, almost every one of these songs just goes on for too long.

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The beginning was mostly good, the later minimal-isch techno I personally did not enjoy as much.

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I was excited for this album because I really liked The Prodigy's first album. However, this album sounds much more generic in the present day, and lacks the cool hooks that populated the first album. It's not bad, but it doesn't really stand out from a lot of the techno mixes that are a dime a dozen on YouTube 3/5

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nice ideas, but quite long and repetitive songs

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Fanade…

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Electrónica. A pesar de ser machacón, como toda esta música, tiene ritmos y melodías interesantes.

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Curious and interesting, not actually my cup of tea, but the kind of album I like to hear when i´m doing something.

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3

Some good some bad

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I liked it better than most of Prodigies other stuff, because it was less noisy and had a cool 90s techno vibe. But overall it‘s not my kind of music.

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Another that I have heard before but not since I was at college many years ago! Really enjoyed this. Kept me going through a shitty work day

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Not my style, but I can see why it was so influential.

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It's not a bad album by any stretch, but I enjoy Prodigy with vocals a lot more.

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Hard classic techno beats that would be at home in a warehouse rave. I can smell this album and it wreaks of sweat and clove cigarettes

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2.5/5 Not my genre Great song: Voodoo People

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Not really my style but I can appreciate the rave vibes.

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Years ago while living with my best friend in a sketchy apartment we would play hours (HOURS) of an old racing game, Playstation Nascar I think. Often til dawn. Important stuff. His brother visited one weekend and joined our league/circuit/whatever and put on a Prodigy album while we played. I'd never listened to electronic music before. For reasons, it was the absolutely perfect soundtrack to making virtual 200mph left turns for 3 hours straight before you inevitably crashed on the final lap. I guess what I'm saying is that I really want to play that game again right now. Judging this on what it is (as opposed to comparing it to what I guess I'd call a "normal" album?) it is kind of compelling. Hypnotic. Good to work to, especially if I want to stay awake. Sum: it's not something I can see putting on when I want to listen to *songs* because they're not really songs - more of an aggressive soundscape, but it works really well as a caffeine-substitute. Or additive. 7/10 3 stars

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Definitely different

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tiktok sound

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Solid instrumental rockish EDM

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Okay that is a bit too much for me. In a club when I was in my 20’s it wasn’t even my style, but I could have enjoyed it for a night. Beats and random noises, the occasional guitars, voices, and more beats.

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few songs on here that i liked, but majority of it i didnt. felt very early 2000s tweaker club music

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3.5

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J'ai beaucoup aimé ce festival de bruit. The Prodigy ne cesse de nous surprendre en se montrant un peu plus bruyant à chaque apparition. Le pic de l'album est sans conteste le moment où le bruit proposé par The Prodigy nous force tout simplement à éloigner le casque de nos oreilles. C'est à ce moment là qu'on réalise à qui l'on a réellement affaire, un groupe devenu maître dans l'art de la nuisance sonore.

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Les prodiges de la connerie font leur retour dans le générateur, cette fois-ci sans crabe (il intégrera la bande plus tard avant d'être bouilli et mangé par Buck Owens et Merde Haggarl). Concernant l'album, il s'agit d'une suite de morceaux ma foi sympathiques mais devenant rapidement un supplice. Les vingt dernières minutes d'écoute furent les plus longues de ma vie.

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Asså det är ju fett som fan. Inte lika fett som Fat of the Land men svårt att va

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This has some bangers on it and is clearly a very important album, but 80 minutes of breakbeat is just a bit too much for me

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It does get it's groove and pacing... and towards the end of the album, it finds an energetic vibe that pleasantly isn't so much IN YOUR FACE. A little too much of the album is hyper and seems poised for a siren alarm sound as part of its music. Still pretty interesting and enjoyable listen.

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Electronica. Definitely interesting. Instrumentals were unique. I am undecided about it.

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Eigentlich ziemlich billig. Rave/Techno Beats, catchige Samples (Gitarrenriffs, melodische Singsang) und Laut/Leise Momente. Aber es geht halt einfach gut nach vorne.

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Got a lot of things done listening to this album

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Not their most interesting

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meh

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I actually liked this way more than I thought I would. It dragged in the middle for me a bit but started out hot and finished strong.

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Didn’t get to finish the album but this was pretty awesome. Definitely upped the energy on the morning commute.

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Probably not an album best appreciated sat at my desk working, but quite enjoyed it. Felt that it took a while to get going - I wasn't a huge fan of Break and Enter, and Their Law wasn't much better, but it does pick up through that middle section. There is no need for this to be so long, more than an hour is very rarely necessary, particularly when it's relatively intense music like this. I expect there should be another Prodigy album on this list, which will be better than this? Just scrapes a 3/5.

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I've never heard this album befroe, but there's a bunch of songs on it I know. Because I've listened to the Hackers movie soundtrack a lot, and there's at least two songs on here that are on that soundtrack. I don't listen to a lot of dance/electronic music, but when I do, this is the style I gravitate to. You can have it on while working and since there aren't any lyrics, it's not distracting and can sometimes help get you into a flow state. But it's also not something I'm going to put on extreemly often. At times it's what I'm looking for, but not something that would work all of the time.

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I liked hearing those songs from Hackers. It just got repetitive.

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"Music for the Jilted Generation" is a frenetic record released by the heavy hitters of the breakbeat techno. With a darker tone than their predecessor, it's a mix of 13 songs that elevate electronic music to a even more hardcore position. "No Good (Start the Dance)" is one of the ultimate classics of the 1990s raves.

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probably bad but idk Not as bad as all that! in a certain mood its exactly what i want

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Thanks to the samples, most of this album starts out positively evilly. The formula, a well-executed one I'm a bit saddened by, is to arc from there to a more straightforward party mood. That means most tracks feel padded at the back for dancing over album listening, but the spots where synths and drums are joined are second to none. This project continues to remind me that I enjoy techno.

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I just don't get The Prodigy. Is it a dance thing? A drug thing? Is it all an elaborate joke? Surely those super cheesy "breaking glass" percussion effects aren't unironic? The even-cheesier "villainous laughter"? I wouldn't be surprised if barks and moos showed up. But then for a minute from time to time, it would all come together and I'd be like, now that's tight.

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Not really my bag, but prodigy brought electronic music to the suburbs.

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Genre defining british techno rave music. Takes clear inspiration from industrial rock of the time. Voodoo People is pretty iconic, and I really liked the flute loop and what sounded like morse code blips on 3 Kilos. Some great music, but I felt a little silly listening to it at 9pm on a Thursday in my pajamas. This is really meant for you to be moving to. With my full focus on it, the record started to feel a little long and repetitive. 3.5.

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Pros: - Prodigy has such a cool sound. They are serious groundbreakers. - Yea, let's take glass smashing and make it a rhythmic element. Yea! - Oddly enough, it's great background music. - Drum n Bass is just a great discovery in music. Cons: Misc: - Their follow up album to this, "The Fat of the Land" is also very good, and contains probably their biggest hit, "Smack My Bitch Up".

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its a nice album but it has to grow on you, for me it starts out as a quite harsh drum and bass album but slowly you get into the flow and then it becomes really nice

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I actually kinda liked it. I wouldn't go back and listen again, but it was kind of fun. I liked the song 'No Good'.

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Better than I thought it would be considering the album cover. Good for listening to while getting work done.

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I'm so jilted, these sound like regular beats to me

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This wasn't as great as I remembered, it was much longer too. Poison and No Good are absolutely epic though.

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These guys are full of piss and vinegar. In a good way for a couple of songs but not for a full album. At least not in the daylight. I'm being generous today.

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Альбом, ставший вехой в развитии легендарного коллектива. Лучший ли он? Нет. Все же пика Prodigy достигнут позднее. Свеж ли он до сих пор? Да. Звучание до сих пор уникально. 6 из 10.

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Dark, intense, gritty, throttling, deeply cool. The energy of these songs is pretty great. I could see listening to it to power through a project. That said, I get that this is meant to be clubby, but I as an old lady do not find breaking glass on a loop to be particularly entertaining. I also agree with the assessments that the album is simply too long. This is an interesting place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live here. Fave Songs: Voodoo People, Speedway, No Good (Start the Dance), Full Throttle, The Heat (The Energy)

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As always, I don't love electronic music because I can't sing along. This particular album doesn't have a lot of lyrics, but it's okay because I just keep yelling out "Firestarter!" and "Breathe with me!" anyway.

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Electronic really isn’t my thing

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Holy Christ is this project loooooooong. Nearly 80 minutes. It's good background music, but when I focus on it, I get bored super quickly. I ended up scanning through the last three songs. I like the industrial vibe it gives, but I just didn't like this record that much. Favorite tracks: "Poison", "3 Kilos"

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This record is fine, but not really for me. It all kinda sounds the same. I don’t think I’ll listen to it again

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Has soundtrack like music. The album was adopted by the rave scene in England. Though it was revolutionary in the way the artist sampled sound effects from many tv shows, is it really necessary for this list?

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The opening monologue was kind of cringy. I imagine this was probably influential in the industrial/rave scene of the 90s but it didn't excite me.

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This album leans heavily on dense breakbeats and the rhythm section as a whole. That's not wholly a bad thing, but a bit more melody would have made everything feel cohesive rather than 1-2 synth lines over percussion.

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Eh. Just not for me.

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Struggled with this. The positive sounds couldn't outweigh the dull.

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Not my cup of tea

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It was ok. I actually liked several of the beats... but just instrumentals/beats are never going to do it for me.

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El segon àlbum de The Prodigy és una barreja d'electrònica i sons industrials que acaben atabalant. La manca de temes potents, que sí que tindran al seu següent disc "The fat of the land", fa que l'escolta se m'hagi fet força feixuga.

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A never ending parade of synthetic intensity, like a bottomless Monster energy drink. If you're looking for music to smoke crystal and gyrate all night until 9am in a sweaty European basement rave to, this album is for you. Just a ham-fisted splooge of blips and bloops, uninspired samples, repetitive beats that mostly go nowhere. Fine if you're in a trance or need something high energy bumping in the background - decent as a workout soundtrack, certainly does not warrant a close listen.

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Een soort rock en dance? Klink wel erg naar zijn tijd. Iconisch denk ik maar de muziek is niet zo goed.

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The prodigy. Een beetje als flossen; Je weet dat het goed is, maar je hebt er gewoon echt niet altijd zin in.

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Voor mij geen album om thuis eens even lekker op te zetten. Hitjes van The prodigy zijn lekker op feestjes, daar blijft het voor mij bij.

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It's not dreadful, but it's so lame and boring. Nothing really interesting. And they think they are so hard. Drums at very one note.

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Ser absolutt hva folk liker med dette, og kunne viba ganske hardt til det i rett situasjon. Men generelt ikke helt min greie ass-

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Dette var litt for mye av det samme. Kunne kanskje fungert som musikk i bakgrunnen av et heftig oppdrag i GTA eller lignende, men fikk ikke så mye ut av det ellers. Likte 3 kilos da, bare på grunn av jazz-fløyta.

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i was so bored. i don't know if this is good or bad.

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Maybe not my kind of music, but it does have its merits. 6.3/10

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Nice

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Poison: Devo dire che la batteria è fomentosa In conclusione: Quando sento i Prodigy me immagino sempre la scena: tu che stai fuori da un capannone industriale e senti solo i bassi, poi si spalancano le porte e ti trovi davanti sto mega rave co 500 persone che ballano e l'impianto da 2000W che ti spara i Prodigy in faccia. Te ti fai di MDMA e in mezzo alle strobo che vanno a tempo con la musica ogni nuovo pezzo te sembra il pezzo più figo mai sentito e pensi a tutte queste persone che esprimono la propria libertà ballando fino a che non ce la fanno più tipo ritiro sciamanico. Però poi io sto a 33 anni in cucina a fa la pasta fredda vegana mentre me li sento e un'ora e diciotto de disco so una mezza agonia e ce ne ho le palle piene al terzo pezzo. Prevedibilmente i Prodigy non mi so mai piaciuti manco prima, però continuano a darmi l'impressione di un gruppo che è tipo il classico stereotipo della tipa che al buio del locale ti sembra una strafiga e poi il giorno dopo nella quotidianità te rendi conto che in realtà non c'entrava niente con come te la ricordavi. Cioè i Prodigy so una sorta di colonna sonora di un qualche tipo di festa, non so musica che regge tirata fuori da uno qualsiasi di questi contesti, perde ogni tipo di fascino che potrebbe mai aver avuto. Solo perché riconosco che non è musica pensata per l'ascolto e perché ogni tanto c'è qualche soluzione carina (e perché so un democristiano dentro) gli dò il 2.

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Not sure why this album is on the list. Was it the start of EDM? It was alright. It could have been a shorter album too. There is no need to ever listen to it again.

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This album sounds entirely of its time. I dig the breaks and the chopped samples, however, it's strictly a rave album and fails to provide enough song structure to build a hit. I'd rave to this in some sketchy warehouse had I been born decades earlier in the UK; but since I'm a 90s kid I'd prefer to rip Need for Speed and drink Mountain Dew Code Red to their greatest hits instead. I enjoy their later work quite a bit more than this album. ⭐⭐

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There was once a very brief time during grunge that electronica was considered ‘alternative’. People seemed to really love it. I was not one of those people. Don’t get me wrong, it isn’t terrible, it just isn’t my thing. If there was an album that was the Matrix soundtrack, other than the Matrix soundtrack, it would be this.

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Prior to listenign to this album I was familiar with a few tracks from Prodigy. I thought that some of what I heard previously was okay, and some of it I did not like. Listening to this album did not change my opinion. The further I got in to the album, the more I was ready for the album to be over. I would not listen to the whole album again.

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Good enough album on places but it goes for fuckin forever, just like all skanky UK techno. Mostly just sounds like the soundtrack to a snowboarding game on the PS1. Want to give it a 3 but in all honesty... 2.5/5.

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These are songs that I would hear in like old skater montages from the 90s and early 00s. You know the ones I'm talking about: low fps, low resolution, black and white or some other weird filter, and really low camera angles. All the songs are unremarkable and blend together, and although the songs are actual songs in this album, I just don't see how this music is important. Favorite track: Speedway

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I understand the rave vibes, but this could be good if each song had 2 or 3 minutes less.

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Not for me clive

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The Prodigy are like rock music with the sex taken out. No-one ever screwed to the Prodigy - it’s too frantic and has no juice, just energeeeeeee! Now, Fluke have sex, but not the Prodigy. Great with amphetamine, though.

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Straight up did not enjoy listening to this NEVER ENDING album. You know in really cheesy 90s movies that tried to be really cool where there was inevitably a scene in some sort of REALLY COOL 90s club where people were like dancing in cages and had very spiky hair and there's just incredibly obnoxious NOISE blaring through the speakers? Turns out, in literally every one of those scenes in every one of those movies they are listening to this album by The Prodigy. Only thing saving this from 1 star was 3 Kilos, which was enjoyable (surprise! It had a melody and wasn't 350 bpm!)

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This is what the goths in Letterkenny listen to, but not what I listen to

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Didn’t make it to the end

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Felt stale a third of the way through.

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This is basically what I thought all electronic music was until college. It s not bad per say, but it’s only useful for a club setting. If you told me this was a 90s video game soundtrack I would believe you 100%. This style feels so dated and did not age well to me. 2.5 down to 2.

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Had only heard singles off of "The Fat of The Land" before. Though I think I prefer this more electronic non-band format, the album wore thin pretty quick with me. I think I'd need a chemical enhancement or two to actually get excited about it.

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If this album were a pastrie I would say it wasn't worth the calories. Some of the songs are kinda cool, but then they just go on and on without much variation, and the album overall was the same way. Not for me.

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Wasn't expecting to like it and I was right. Most of it is not unpleasant, but it's just sound. It doesn't even really sound like music to me.

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All a bit samey to be honest. Some good bits in places but as a whole album I didn't enjoy it.

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didn't finish - quite repetitive.

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Didn't care for it

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Ah yes, raving in the ‘90s. I might have liked this then, but it’s not for me right now. Anyway, I always preferred Underworld (dubnobass).

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I didn’t hate it but i also didn’t love at all. It wasn’t bad it just wasn’t interesting. It’s music that you would put on to focus on something fast? I wouldn’t listen to it again unless I like had a purpose to. 2.5/5…

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Dark and industrial is cool, but I can't sit and listen to it for long

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2, barely, this is what people in the 90's thought future music would be

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Not for me. Annoying, repetitive and boring.

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This wasn't super rough to listen to but it's hard to understand how an album full of just beats could be considered a must hear

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annoying af

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Det är... storbeat men ganska utdaterat.

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I'd probably love this if I were 19 rolling on molly at some underground rave, lol

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Too cool for me I was just mildly stressed doing a puzzle listening to this

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Didn't like, though tbf I don't think this was meant to be listened to in the lab at 11am.

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I'm here and I'm listening and I'm enjoying bits of it but a lot of the time I'm wishing I was listening to The Fat of the Land instead. I know Keith Flint (RIP legend) didn't really start doing vocals until the next album and I think this album really misses that. Maybe I'm biased because I'm used to hearing The Prodigy with him and also because I was listening to this during a shit day at work, lol The guitar in Their Law is NOICE OOH 3 Kilos is a sweet little change up!!

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I need a drink. Do you need a drink? These lights are hurting my eyes and I can't stop my shoulders from moving in a funny gyrating manner. Do lasers burn a hole through your retinas? Where is this smoke coming from? There's a time and place for some types of music. I can never imagine that I would listen to this anywhere other than the alluded to place above.

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1001 Albums Generator Day 17 I had so many associations with this record even before I put it on. I think of the rave scene from which The Prodigy emerged, and the radical free festival culture with which it cross-pollinated. Those who thought they could see a way to a more communal, compassionate way of life, and working class kids who spotted an opportunity to make something of themselves. The Criminal Justice Act versus the emission of a succession of repetitive beats. Lots of muddled thinking that would later curdle into paranoia. That self-proclaimed "Thatcher on drugs," Paul Staines, whose corrupt, ego-libertarian ethos has ultimately done more to shape the country we've become than either the kids he sold tickets to or Major. Mostly, though, I think of Keith. After years of going to DIY gigs and workshops, reading and making zines, and putting on exhibitions in disused Edwardian toilets, I have never experienced a single moment more punk rock than the first time I saw the Firestarter video on Top of the Pops. It's in the amazement that an adult could look like that, sound like that, be so wild, and not just be allowed to do it or get away with it, but to take people with him. To be so lovable. It's something I also found in the nonsense poetry of Spike Milligan and would later find in Syd Barrett and Pixies and Anton Henning: the sheer glee of people throwing things together that aren't supposed to be. It's also there in the culture-jamming collage of Oasis' Shakermaker, though I suspect I'll have an opportunity to persuade you of that one at a later date. I love the rough edges that capture the moment and energy of throwing paint around in the sweet spot between purpose and spontaneity. In Liam's choice of samples for Charly I can hear the playful resistance of people dancing in spite of the warning signs. I didn't realise in 1996 that the rage in Firestarter erupted from a movement arrested. Liam has since denied any political intent to Music for the Jilted Generation. I can see why he wouldn't want to limit the resonance of his work to one particular moment. However, the artwork, titles and vocal samples say otherwise. Also, with the caveat that this isn't my area at all and I'm probably missing something, I feel the politics of the moment have far more contemporary relevance - from modern protest movements to digital piracy and crypto scammers - than techno. These days, the first thing that comes to mind when I think of the Prodigy is the friend who showed me a documentary about the band and pointed out that Keith Flint had the same speaking voice as her grandma. Similarly, this album belongs to a different generation and I can't always understand where it's coming from, but I'm sure it has a lot of good stories beneath the surface.

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What is this, Techno? Too quick paced to enjoy.

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This music basically means nothing if it's not 1997 and you're not watching an action movie or at a club

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I'd rather listen to Fat Of The Land... but really, I'd rather listen to Chemical Brothers.

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Unlistenable. Unless… you’re in an, um, enhanced state. And at a dance party. In 1994. Or a Skid on Letterkenny.

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More 90's. Without the flashing lights and drugs it get's old fast. I semi remember dancing in the clubs to Voodoo People back in my youth. It's ok.

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Not very good. Very techno, but it's not terrible to listen to.

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At its best, this is an album of kind of interesting videogame final-boss music. At its worst, this sounds like the music Jez makes in Peep Show. Just an idiot with a synth, pressing the buttons at whim. I did not love this.

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If every song was only 45 seconds long that would be better.

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Meh

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I have this CD, but I honestly don't even like it that much. There are some parts that are enjoyable, however it is kind of exhausting to get through.

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Pure ecstasy!! That's what I'd need to ingest to enjoy this stuff – 100% pure ecstasy. There’re a few great dance floor thumpers, but not really enough to carry an album. “No Good” is an excellent track. Even though by 1994 that sample had been around the block a few times, no one did it with the energy or bpms of these guys. For me, they could have used 1 or 2 more songs like 3 Kilos, moving away from that relentless hardcore breakbeat sound, but then it would have been a different animal. I think their cohorts at that time, Fatboy Slim and Chemical Brothers were doing more interesting stuff, though Prodigy were more frantic.

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Not my music preference at all. This album was difficult to get through and it felt as if it was never-ending. Not a fan, sorry :(

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I don't know, it feels like this music sounds a bit outdated. Like it meant to be cool, but it's not anymore.

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old weird metal techno album that hasnt aged well

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Uh yeah nope

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Thanks, I hate it.

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Balanced as all things should be

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Awful, grating, didn't even get past the first song

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Feels like Chemical Brothers. Not that interesting to me

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Muziek voor als ge aan de bollen zit. één ster weggehaald voor elk nummer dat ik uit irritatie heb overgeslagen. We zijn niet ver geraakt voor we aan 1 zaten.

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hate it cant stand it

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It's safe to say that I disliked this album and I have nothing else to say about it. 1/5 stars.

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I'm sure that in the right setting, that this album would work: just not sure what that setting would be. This was like if Enigma and Mannheim Steamroller were dropped into a garbage disposal.

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Nää va? Det här är alldeles för techno för min smak. Väldigt högt tempo utan att något intressant händer i låtarna, det gör mig bara stressad och får mig att känna mig instängd. Det är också väldigt repetetivt vilket också är min generella åsikt om techno, det blir ofta bara samma sak på rundgång i öronen och då lyssnar jag utan undantag hellre på något annat.

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Boring, listening made me feel completely empty. Lacking anything interesting, and why in the world is this so long? The ideas it has are enough for 20 mimutes.

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Not a fan of prodigy

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trashy techno

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I'm not really sure why this particular Prodigy album is on the list. They've had more popular albums (with vocals). This one is generic 90's rave music.

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no me parece!

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Electronic, bad

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WIth no rave drugs on hand, this sounds like music for a bad video game. Or a dodgy party you realize, upon arrival, you should have skipped. Has not aged well so far and unlikely to improve -- sounds like random noise now that audio and synth tech has moved on and the referents are too long in the past. Don't get the critical hype but follow what Christgau said -- "cheap music" -- though maybe a tattoo you wish you'd never gotten is better analogy. We all have a right to be ashamed of our youthful indiscretions; one hopes fans of this act are appropriately so.

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No idea behind this. Simply unnecessary.

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More EDM. So boring. Why would anybody buy a whole album.

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p750. 1994. 1 star So-so drum and bass with synths and samples. Probably brilliant for clubs at the time but not my thing at all. Just goes on and on and on...

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So now that raves are done, shouldn’t we be one with such as this? The songs get to a place but no further, though these sound (very) slightly less dated that others in The P’s dreadful oeuvre. At best, this is a soundtrack for a movie I’m glad not to be watching or a video game I don’t want to play.

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A pretty gritty electronic album. I found some of the songs not that bad but overall it still get pretty boring like most electronic albums. 2.6/10

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That drum and bass and those vocal are annoying as hell.

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Acid house pioneer Prodigy. Makes me feel like I'm in a 90s rave

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1 song in and I hate this. Can't listen

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