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Cat: 405053 8426281. Rel: 02 Nov 18
Breakbeat
  1. Need Some1
  2. Light Up The Sky
  3. We Live Forever
  4. No Tourists
  5. Fight Fire With Fire (feat HO99O9)
  6. Timebomb Zone
  7. Champions Of London
  8. Boom Boom Tap
  9. Resonate
  10. Give Me A Signal (feat Barns Courtney)
Review: Since defining the band's hybrid rock-rave sound with 1994's "Music For The Jilted Generation" and 1997's "The Fat of the Land", Prodigy main man Liam Howlett has largely stuck to his guns. He is, after all, incredibly good at what he does, and the formula has given us a string of bombastic, full-throttle singles and albums that have lasted the test of time. "No Tourists", Howlett and company's first full-length in three years, offers plenty of trademark festival-friendly workouts, hard-wired dancefloor smashers and fuzzy, all-action cuts. Judged on these terms, it's a triumph. Fans of the band's trademark brand of slamming sonic hedonism will love it.
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 in stock $9.67
No Tourists (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 405053 8426298. Rel: 02 Nov 18
Breakbeat
  1. Need Some1 (2:42)
  2. Light Up The Sky (3:20)
  3. We Live Forever (3:44)
  4. No Tourists (4:18)
  5. Fight Fire With Fire (feat Ho99o9) (3:30)
  6. Timebomb Zone (3:25)
  7. Champions Of London (4:52)
  8. Boom Boom Tap (4:07)
  9. Resonate (3:47)
  10. Give Me A Signal (feat Barns Courtney) (3:55)
Review: Since defining the band's hybrid rock-rave sound with 1994's "Music For The Jilted Generation" and 1997's "The Fat of the Land", Prodigy main man Liam Howlett has largely stuck to his guns. He is, after all, incredibly good at what he does, and the formula has given us a string of bombastic, full-throttle singles and albums that have lasted the test of time. "No Tourists", Howlett and company's first full-length in three years, offers plenty of trademark festival-friendly workouts, hard-wired dancefloor smashers and fuzzy, all-action cuts. Judged on these terms, it's a triumph. Fans of the band's trademark brand of slamming sonic hedonism will love it.
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 in stock $21.25
No Tourists (cassette)
Cat: 405053 8426366. Rel: 02 Nov 18
Breakbeat
  1. Need Some1 (2:47)
  2. Light Up The Sky (3:25)
  3. We Live Forever (3:50)
  4. No Tourists (4:24)
  5. Fight Fire With Fire (feat HO99O9) (3:35)
  6. Timebomb Zone (3:27)
  7. Champions Of London (4:56)
  8. Boom Boom Tap (4:10)
  9. Resonate (3:54)
  10. Give Me A Signal (feat Barns Courtney) (3:59)
Review: Since defining the band's hybrid rock-rave sound with 1994's "Music For The Jilted Generation" and 1997's "The Fat of the Land", Prodigy main man Liam Howlett has largely stuck to his guns. He is, after all, incredibly good at what he does, and the formula has given us a string of bombastic, full-throttle singles and albums that have lasted the test of time. "No Tourists", Howlett and company's first full-length in three years, offers plenty of trademark festival-friendly workouts, hard-wired dancefloor smashers and fuzzy, all-action cuts. Judged on these terms, it's a triumph. Fans of the band's trademark brand of slamming sonic hedonism will love it.
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 in stock $8.42
The Day Is My Enemy (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: HOSPLP 005. Rel: 26 Mar 15
Breakbeat
  1. The Day Is My Enemy (4:23)
  2. Nasty (4:05)
  3. Rebel Radio (3:52)
  4. Ibiza (feat Sleaford Mods) (2:46)
  5. Wild Frontier (4:28)
  6. Get Your Fight On (3:39)
  7. Invisible Sun (4:16)
  8. Wall Of Death (3:59)
  9. Destroy (4:28)
  10. Rhythm Bomb (feat Flux Pavilion) (4:11)
  11. Beyond The Deathray (3:13)
  12. Rok-Weiler (3:50)
  13. Roadblox (5:02)
  14. Medicine (3:58)
Review: Some seven years on from their last album, Invaders Must Die, The Prodigy returns, seemingly as angry, frustrated and overheated as ever. The Day Is My Enemy sees Liam Howlett and his band of merry men revisit the glory days of Fat Of The Land, smashing together a typically in-your-face blend of rugged electronics, rock-tinged riffs and bombastic beats (including, on "Rebel Radio", what appears to be the breakbeat used on "Firestarter"), with similarly full-throttle vocals. There are a couple of notable guest spots - including men-of-the-moment Sleaford Mods on the standout "Ibiza" - but for the most part it's business as usual, with Howlett conjuring up music that should keep their legion of fans happy whilst reasserting their authority as world leaders in rock-tinged EDM.
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 in stock $19.15
The Day Is My Enemy (180 gram coloured vinyl 3xLP + poster + 3D lenticular art print + MP3 download code)
Cat: HOSPBOX 005. Rel: 26 Mar 15
Breakbeat
  1. The Day Is My Enemy (3:46)
  2. Nasty (4:45)
  3. Rebel Radio (3:52)
  4. Ibiza (feat Sleaford Mods) (2:45)
  5. Wall Of Death (3:57)
  6. Wild Frontier (4:28)
  7. Get Your Fight On (3:39)
  8. Invisible Sun (4:17)
  9. Destroy (4:27)
  10. Beyond The Deathray (3:09)
  11. Rok-Weiler (3:50)
  12. Rhythm Bomb (feat Fllix Pavilion) (4:11)
  13. Roadblox (5:01)
  14. Medicine (3:57)
Review: Some seven years on from their last album, Invaders Must Die, The Prodigy returns, seemingly as angry, frustrated and overheated as ever. The Day Is My Enemy sees Liam Howlett and his band of merry men revisit the glory days of Fat Of The Land, smashing together a typically in-your-face blend of rugged electronics, rock-tinged riffs and bombastic beats (including, on "Rebel Radio", what appears to be the breakbeat used on "Firestarter"), with similarly full-throttle vocals. There are a couple of notable guest spots - including men-of-the-moment Sleaford Mods on the standout "Ibiza" - but for the most part it's business as usual, with Howlett conjuring up music that should keep their legion of fans happy whilst reasserting their authority as World leaders in rock-tinged EDM. ( 3LP edition with poster + 3D lenticular art print + MP3 download code)
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 in stock $44.69
Cat: HOSPLP 001. Rel: 20 Feb 09
Breakbeat
  1. Invaders Must Die
  2. Omen
  3. Thunder
  4. Colours
  5. Take Me To The Hospital
  6. Warrior's Dance
  7. Run With The Wolves
  8. Omen (reprise)
  9. World's On Fire
  10. Piranha
  11. Stand Up
 in stock $24.70
No Tourists (limited gatefold violet vinyl 2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: 405053 8426311. Rel: 13 Nov 18
Breakbeat
  1. Need Some1 (2:41)
  2. Light Up The Sky (3:20)
  3. We Live Forever (3:43)
  4. No Tourists (4:18)
  5. Fight Fire With Fire (feat Ho99o9) (3:30)
  6. Timebomb Zone (3:25)
  7. Champions Of London (4:51)
  8. Boom Boom Tap (4:05)
  9. Resonate (3:47)
  10. Give Me A Signal (feat Barns Courtney) (4:05)
Review: Since defining the band's hybrid rock-rave sound with 1994's "Music For The Jilted Generation" and 1997's "The Fat of the Land", Prodigy main man Liam Howlett has largely stuck to his guns. He is, after all, incredibly good at what he does, and the formula has given us a string of bombastic, full-throttle singles and albums that have lasted the test of time. "No Tourists", Howlett and company's first full-length in three years, offers plenty of trademark festival-friendly workouts, hard-wired dancefloor smashers and fuzzy, all-action cuts. Judged on these terms, it's a triumph. Fans of the band's trademark brand of slamming sonic hedonism will love it.
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 in stock $28.35
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