CD (Virgin Records 1996)
01. 06:14 The Future Sound Of London - We Have Explosive
02. 07:57 Fluke - Atom Bomb
03. 04:41 The Chemical Brothers - Loops Of Fury
04. 05:00 Underworld - Tin There
05. 04:48 Photek - Third Sequence
06. 05:14 The Chemical Brother - Leave Home (Underworld Mix 1)
07. 05:42 The Future Sound Of London - We Have Explosive (Herd Killing)
08. 04:39 The Prodigy - Ffirestarter (Instrumental)
09. 05:19 Fluke - U Six
10. 06:51 Daft Punk - Musique
11. 05:35 Source Direct - 2097
12. 05:58 Photek - Titan
13. 05:49 Orbital - Petrol
14. 04:24 Leftfield - Afro Ride
Do not be afraid. They make music that's all. They mean you no harm.
Feeling better? Good. Now relaaax...
Ha! Wrong! Be very afraid! Do not put your fingers anywhere near the cage! See, the mighty Prodge are up on us and it's our proud duty to tell you that they are not very normal at all.
Indeed, this raved-up bunch of Essex renegades probably would'nt recognise norman normal if the sad little chap ran towards them waving a fluorescent flag. The Prodigy - mad hair, wild eyes, bruising riffs and all - simply can't be arsed to deal with anything as everyday as not shouting at people, not making the kind of noise that gets you banished from the neighbourhood and not pulling expressions that are likely to get you locked up for the rest of your life. Better still, they get paid for not being arsed!
And they're as big as they come, chart-toppers and firestarter's; a seething mass of rave energy, cyber-circus, chaos and stadia-rock stunts that never knows when to let up.
From their hardcore past through to their feverishly adored 'Music for the jilted generation' album and AC/DC-gone-rave live shindings, The Prodge have emerged as deranged cartoon that's bang out of control. And they have butone wish: To give you a right good slapsticking! Shucks, don't be shy now.
From The 'WipEout 2097' Soundtrack.