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Ok for a start who here liked massive attacks I against I? A few of the hardcore massive attack fans thought it was total BS, a total sell out
Me personally, I loved it, 3D took those howlett esq beats and really used them in a more dynamic way and mos def was a really nice choice to lay the lyrics down...
If anyone wants to listen to something thats totally inspiring and jaw droppingly good...get hold of entroducing and private press.
trust me you wont be dissopointed.
cant say its the best interview ive read with the prodigy
Ok the first time I listened to BGAT, I went holy shit that the DP beat, some people said yeh I notice it, then other people though nah that not the DP beat
so i decided to have a play around....just to see how close these beats really are....
Ive left the first loop of BGAT beats in then the DP beat kicks in...just to give you an idea on how close these beats match
right click, save target as...you know the score
"'Firestarter' was a risk, we had never done a fully vocal track before and Keith had never sung before. It was hardly the safe option. We could have turned out the same tunes over and over again, but that's not what The Prodigy are about. We are about taking risks" -( Prodigy "Fat of the Land" Independent Music Press, London, 1997 )
this is priceless.
The prats of the land
Sarah Cohen, Broadcast Assistant
So, in a radical and unexpected move, The Prodigy are courting controversy again by choosing a song with dubious lyrical content to herald their return to the pop fray.
The band's forthcoming single, Baby's Got A Temper, features scary Keith Flint extolling the virtues of Rohypnol, the tranquillising drug that's often associated with cases of date rape.
How very risqu
just a thought
he also played some really nice tunes from kraftwerk and orbital, overall a nice set from the lad
I asked him what he though of the new prodigy stuff, he just smiled and said 'No comment'