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01. Come With Us - Great start for the album, liked it a lot since I first heard this. 9/10
02. It Began In Afrika - Experimental stuff, not my favourite.
03. Galaxy Bounce - Catchiest track on the album, nice beat!8/10
04. Star Guitar - I like the guitar, but gets boring. 7/10
05. Hoops - Great beat and the guitar riff is amazing! 8/10
06. My Elastic Eye - Best track on the album IMO. 9+/10
07. The State We're In - Too slow for me! 5/10
08. Denmark - Nice but something is missing... 7,5/10
09. Pioneer Skies - 4/10
10. The Test - 5/10
Album 7/10, not their best work but still satisfying...
Mafia today! I must admit I was quite surprised. It had
the Firestarter sample on the beginning. I'm a bit disappointed
whit Liam's mixing. It does sound finished, but the samples
seem to be 'detached', it just sounds like samples are thrown
in here and there. It's hard to explain, hope you'll hear it
Wicked tune, but i'm still a little disappointed. But glad that I finally heard something finished from Liam!
The band will stay in the militarylook
The Prodigy are always on the thumb and now there have been loads of talk about the new military style. Also people have been talking about the lyrics of Trigger. Cause there are certain places with words like terrorist and skies.. like "Terrorists I hate and despise / Trigger from the troops" and something like "It rains from the sky". Anyway The Prodigy are keeping the military theme of their next album despite the US atrocities.
---> Also songs on Never Outgunned include Nuclear and Trigger.
So I thought this was confirmed, sorry if I posted a rumour. I hope Jugez source for the news is reliable.
Here goes the full track listing of Castbreeder:
(LC=Lunatic Calm, JXL=Junkie XL)
1. Castbreeder (single version)
Originally: Fuze (LC) & Dealing With The Roster (JXL)