Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005

Compilation by released in 2005
Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005's tracklist:
Firestarter
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Their Law
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Breathe
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Out of Space
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Smack My Bitch Up
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Poison
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Girls
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Voodoo People
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Charly
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No Good (Start the Dance)
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Spitfire
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Jericho
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Everybody in the Place
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One Love
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Hotride
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Razor
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Back 2 Skool
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Voodoo People (Pendulum remix)
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Under My Wheels (remix)
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No Man Army
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Molotov Bitch
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Voodoo Beats
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Out of Space (Audio Bullys remix)
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The Way It Is (live remix)
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We Are the Ruffest
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Your Love
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Spitfire (live)
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Their Law (live)
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Breathe (live)
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Serial Thrilla (live)
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Firestarter (live)
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Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005 review

A testament to the incredible musical journey the Prodigy have made

If ever one was making a musical time capsule of the nineties, there would have to be room for the Prodigy. There are so few bands that can cross genres and continually re-define themselves to stay one step ahead of their peers. Across the 15 years of making quality music, the Prodigy have scored 3 number 1 albums (Music For the Jilted Generation, Fat of the Land and their recent album, the superb Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned) as well as multiple top 10 hits, including 2 number 1’s, one of which, Firestarter, held it place in the UK charts for almost 8 months. The Prodigy toured the world with their incendiary live shows, made groundbreaking videos, shaken things up musically and socially and been unafraid to court controversy. And they’ve always done it in their own formidable way, as highlighted on Their Law: The Singles (1990-2005). This album is testament to the incredible musical journey that the Prodigy have made over the last 15 years. The track-listing is spot on, digging up 'old school' classics for the nostalgic raver in us all, as well as picking out the anthems that transformed the Prodigy from underground heroes to Glastonbury headliners. Disc also contains some cracking old B-sides and a mix of live tracks that illustrate just what an awesome spectacle these guys are live!

Great track-listing and some extra bonuses

Each of their singles shows great talent and a large deal of time and effort put in; this is experimental stuff, but the formula produces the perfect output, and each song is different from the last. As an extra bonus the album includes some brand new hits, which will become singles, such as the incredible Back 2 School. What's fun here is charting the musical evolution of a band that seems to have got angrier as they get older. Their Law: The Singles (1990-2005) opens with Firestarter that hit number one in the UK and Europe even before it was played on commercial radio. Their more recent successful singles are featured on the first half of the album, including Breathe and Smack My Bitch Up, continuing with a more nostalgic ride with bass and breaks epic Charly and happy hardcore-esque classic Everybody in the Place. The album also features an unreleased track Their Law. This album is catalogued proof of how guitar licks; pounding breaks came together on the commercial stream to create an alternative dance scene, giving counterpart artists a jaw dropping lesson in eclectic electronics.

A brand new studio album by the Prodigy to be released in 2006

The Prodigy was the brainchild of incendiary sonic alchemist Liam Howlett. His ear for punk rock's energy and rebellion, married to his considerable technological prowess and innate ability to write an angry, killer riff to order, took dance music to another level. For all Howlett's abilities behind a keyboard or three, it was colorful Keith Flint as front man that crossed the band over from the music press to the main news headlines. Flint would be joined by his perfect foil, the equally inspiring Maxim, on MC duties. Since their formation in 1990, the Prodigy has been supreme in their crusade to change the face of British music. The trio took electronic music out of warehouses and put it on the stage. Their success is heavily due not just to their formation of the rock electronica genre, but their ability not to sell out to their ardent underground fans despite their heavily commercial success. Their Law: The Singles (1990-2005) is a welcome career retrospective from a unique, genre-hopping act whose impact on music and popular culture remains potent and strangely cool despite 15 years at the very top of their game. Transcending fads, scenes and styles, the Prodigy have survived this far because their infectious music, as collected here, is little short of genius. Good news for fans: the Prodigy have announced they are releasing a brand new studio album in 2006.

(31.10.2005)
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