Here you can find the most complete & comprehensive information about original sample sources, that were used by Liam Howlett to compose The Prodigy tracks in their No Tourist album and live shows in that era.
Sample: intro voice + instrumental
Source: Frantisek Ringo Cech, Jiri Schelinger - "Mam Rad Lidi" (Hrrr Na Ne ..., 1977)
Sample: 'I need someone'
Taken from: Loleatta Holloway -" Crash Goes Love (Yell Apella) "(Crash Goes Love (House Remixes), 1992)
Sample: Vocal #39;Resonate, I'm brake that chain, resonate, into them brain. Resonate, I'm brake that chain, tear up the place, I'm brake that chain'
Taken from: Brother Culture – "Sound Killer" (Sound Killer, 2014)
Sample: Rave synth riff
Taken from: South Central - WTF U Lookin At (Original Mix)
Sample: Vocal 'I am the oven, your brains I wanna heat up, Mega, supersonic degrees, Fire, turn the flame higher, turn the flame higher'
Taken from: Ultramagnetic MC's - Critical Beatdown (Critical Breatdown)
Future Music - 1st February 1993 Prodigious talent
Hot Press - 8th September 1993 Welcome To The Techno-drome
Sound On Sound - 1st October 1996 Liam Howlett • The Prodigy & Firestarter
Toronto Sun - 11th May 1999 Prodigy tries sex in space
Toronto Sun - 15th May 1999 Decline of the Jedi Knights
Nekozine - 19th November 2005 Interview with Liam Howlett after The Prodigy's show in Copenhagen
Hot Press - 8th May 2010 Leeroy Keeps Swinging
MTV Hive - 4th December 2012 Dissecting the Prodigy: 25 Samples Behind 'The Fat of the Land'
EXCLAIM! - 19th July 2018 The Prodigy Announce 'No Tourists' LP, Share New Song
The Sun - 30th November 2018 Still starting fires
Decoded Magazine - 31st January 2019 Sampling the Sex Pistols, dissing koalas and never taking your foot off the gas: we crank the froth-o-meter up to full with The Prodigy’s Liam Howlett
The Guardian - 27th May 2020 The 100 greatest UK No 1s: No 8, The Prodigy – FirestarterRead more at the articles gallery