23 Songs, 1 Hour 56 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

PlayerHater14 ,

this is an awesome album!!!!!

this is one of the best albums I've heard...that means it's good. it's worth all the money.

Remix Enthusiast ,

Prodigy's Best Album EXPANDED!!!!

This is not only the album that introduced me to The Prodigy. This is the album that introduced me to the underground dance music scene. For many years before this, I was pretty much interested in the mainstream offerings by Madonna (who owned Maverick Records, the label that "The Fat of The Land" was released on in the United States), Depeche Mode, Cathy Dennis, and other mainstream artists who were known for frequently releasing songs which often were remixed for club play. I was blown away by the throbbing sound of The Prodigy.

I highly recommend this album. Every song in this expanded collection is well worth the money. In my opinion, the best cuts in this collection are as follows:

G-Force (Energy Flow) - There aren't many trance songs available from the Prodigy. It's one of the best trance songs ever made.
Out of Space - Remarkable Drum & Bass song with menacing beats and samples.
We Are the Ruffest - Just as the title suggests. There are few songs as furious and danceable as this one.
Wind It Up (Rewound) - This is Wind It Up, as remixed by Liam Howlett himself. This is harder and meaner than the original.
Fire (Sunrise Version) - This is a happier mix of Fire. It is the very best of Drum & Bass, and the inspiration for many happy hardcore and gabber tracks to follow.

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