Prodigy - Their Law Album Review


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Review of Their Law Album by Prodigy

The Prodigy
Their Law
Released 17th October 2005

Prodigy Their Law Album

Kicking off with one of the best songs written by the Prodigy, this album rocks from start to finish. This is a compilation of full of all the best music to ever have come out of Essex.

Firestarter, from the 1998 album Fat of the Land sets the mood before we're hit with the massive track the compilation takes its name from, Their Law. I remember rinsing this track when it came out on a coach on the way to the Alpes. The Prodigy have always been a band that write anthemic tunes. Breathe, Out of Space, Smack My Bitch Up, Voodoo People, Poison, No Good, Charly…they're all classics and they all bring back happy memories of having it large in my home county of Essex! Happy Days!

This album is packed full of beauties and is perfect for a house party. Look out for the version with a red badge too, this comes with a second CD full of remix tracks including the recently released Audio Bullys remix of Out of Space and the Pendulum remix of Voodoo People.

Alex Mula




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eatpie

'this band really are exellant' the words of a muppet! THIS BAND IS ABSOLUTE MINCE if anyone likes this band i may have a heart attack or i may just grab a spade and whack someone over the head but thats not the point. all this band sing is mince! if your reading this and you like the prodogy you need to get out more! go buy a greenday cd atleast you'll be a civilized person then!!!

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Frogreactor

Is this a joke eatpie? You're going to compare one of the most avantgarde European rave bands to a simple mainstream band like Greenday? All do respect but it's you who needs some civilisation, open your mind a little and you just might like it...B

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