Smack My Bitch Up

One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Get down.

The Fat of the Land

Steel?
We have no butter,
But I ask you
Would you rather have butter or guns?
Shall we import lard or steel?
Let me tell you
Prepardness makes us powerful,
Butter merely makes us fat?
Lard?

Music For The Jilted Generation

How can the government stop people from having a good time. Fight this bollocks.

The Prodigy Experience

Liam (Keyboards)
Highly skilled in the science of harmonius sounds.
Hypo-Glocen content 77%
Clytrell balance .008 Centunes
Energy replacement 2000 KJ per second.

Leeroy (Dancer)
Very high in stature. Has the apperance of a hybridization of man and machine.
Hypo-Glocen content 79%
Clytrell balance .005 Centunes
Energy replacement 2000 KJ per second.

Maxim Reality (MC)
Rapid orator with excellent orthoepy and enormous verbosity.
Hypo-Glocen content 80%
Clytrell balance .006 Centunes
Energy replacement 2000 KJ per second.

Keith (Dancer)
Master of footwork. Creator of manic velocity body movements and techniques.
Hypo-Glocen content 82%
Clytrell balance .007 Centunes
Energy replacement 2000 KJ per second.

"Respect to everyone I have met, you're welcome round to smoke some banana skins anytime!" - Leeroy
"Respect to the log cabin crew, flushing over & out, Captain Cabin" - Liam
"Respect to the S.H.I.T. 30's dune dancing bwad bwoyz, let's talk components" - Keith
"Dust Particles" - Maxim

One Love

Special Anouncement

Remember a few years ago?
Remember the raves with the pumping base, the volume at it's best the atmosphere kicking the people friendly and free! But then the police had to put their oar in, the government then have their say, 'Turn down the music, noise pollution'. What a load of bollock's. If you've been to the latest rave you'll know the score. Whats going on? You pay between 15-25 quid, queue up for about 45 minutes whilst having to put up with the old bill eyeing you up and down as if you're some sort of mass murderer, and once you've been searched and had your shoes and socks removed, you then walk into the grounds to be met by thousands of police and the music at about 2 D.B's, you might aswell of bought your walkman. At every large rave lately the department of health and enviroment are there with their precious little toys called D.B. meters  making sure the volume doesn't go above a certain level. For example, if you went to Universe on 13/08/93, Resurrection on 14/08/93 or Living Dream 6/08/93 then you'll know what we mean.  All we can do is apologise to you all for the very bad sound quality, but what can we do? You can't blame the promoters because they are doing an excellent job of bringing you the best quality sound system (Even though you don't get to hear it at its best), excellent lighting, DJ's. You can't fault them. If they did try to turn up the volume then the authorities have two methods of getting them to turn it down - 1. They can revoke the licence and close down the party and then ban any further events by the offending organisation. 2, impose ridiculous fines which could be in excess of £25,000 and revoke any future licences. Now you know why these events are becoming more and more of an effort to go to, and why they're so quiet when you do. So there's no one left to blame but the auuthorities. Bollocks to the authorities, you can't stop us, we're gonna keep the dance seen strong even if the world isn't. This is your day and no one can take it away from you. The dance seen is far to big to just disappear.
Respect - Liam, Leeroy, Maxim, Keith, Mike (Prodigy/Midi)

Selected Mixes For The Jilted Generation

(There is some sort of discograpghy in the booklet but it is in Japanese)
A message to Japanese Prodigy fans.
Big respect for the support and buying our music. Do not confuse our sound with any commercial rave rubbish, we will remain true to the hard sound we know and love.

One Love

Jonny L Remix:
"This is a trancy more mellower sound for the Prodigy. I like the way Jonny L changes the bassline under the vocal. It has quite a good European club vibe to it"

No Good (Start the Dance)

Bad For You Mix:
"A harder mix, putting a slightly more club feel into the track. I really like the section towards the end where the whole pitch of the track changes and changes"

CJ Bolland Museum Mix:
"This mix is from the master of the acid sound. He has totally re-worked the whole track taking some of the original sounds and then totally disguising them to build into a hard acid trance journey"

Voodoo People

Dust Brothers Remix:
"This my favourite Prodigy mix. The Dust Brothers have gone back to the old skool taking the Hip Hop vibe and bringing it up to date with a mix of analogue sounds and rock influence. This proves that a slower track still has the energy"

Haiti Island Mix:
"This track has quite a empty feel with a lot of space, taking the Voodoo People sounds from the original and totally distorting them re-arranging it into a trancy feel"

Goa (The Heat The Energy Part 2)

"This track is a hard, heavy, dirty acid track. This track was written when I was 'jus' jammin' in my studio with Neil McLellan (who engineered for some of the Prodigy tracks on the "Music For The Jilted Generation" album). We just set the tape rolling and the whole track was written live! It has a very hypnotic feel about it and becomes very intense towards the end"

Poison

Enviromental Science Dub Mix:
"This track is quite a dubby mix from these boys. I like the way they have edited the beats up and that the vocal sounds very cool with the delay effect on it. This gives the whole track a different angle"

Rat Poison

"This track is a mix that I did featuring my freind on lead guitar and myself on bass guitar. I just wanted to take this ix as far away from the original as possible. The result is somewhere between 'Biohazzard' and 'Nine Inch Nails'"

Scienide

"This a German style techno track. I like the rythm effect, it has a really metallic feel to it. The intro is really cool with a distorted guitar sound"

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