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Solo discography

Maxim - Hell's Kitchen

Hell's Kitchen is the debut solo album from Maxim of The Prodigy.

Hell's Kitchen is the debut album from Maxim of The Prodigy. The album is somewhat different from his previous works with The Prodigy, as it features styles varying from trip hop, R&B and UK garage. The album has also a varied list of guests, including Skin from Skunk Anansie, Chris Corner of Sneaker Pimps and rare appearances from the likes of alternative rappers Divine Styler and the late Too Poetic (aka Grym Reaper of the Gravediggaz who is known by his Tony Titanium pseudonym on this album).

Hell's Kitchen
(August 23th 2000, Avex Trax & XL-Recordings, CTCR-17068)
01. 01:18 Hadrian's Wall
02. 04:17 Killing Culture
03. 04:02 Carmen Queasy
04. 04:00 Spectral Wars
05. 04:30 Hell's Kitchen
06. 04:05 Scheming
07. 04:33 Worldwide Syndicates
08. 03:33 Soul Seller
09. 03:44 Universal Scientist
10. 04:29 My Web
11. 03:33 Dominant Genes
12. 05:30 Backward Bullet
13. 04:31 Hell's Kitchen (vocal version)
14. 03:46 Prism

 

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Maxim: Hell's Kitchen review by the new zealand herald

14.10.2000

(XL Recordings/BMG)
Herald rating: * *
Review: Russell Baillie

Not satisfied with just being the second-scariest-looking man in the Prodigy (a group taking their own good time to follow up 1997's multimillion-selling Fat Of The Land album), the dreaded, kilted, snake-eyed and rasping-voiced frontman, Maxim, delivers a solo album.

Will it do as a Prodigy interim measure, the fans may ask. Well, not quite, no.

But then again, for all the impact (including their Big Day Out performance a few years ago) the Prodigy made as a punk-rock'n'rave outfit during the Fat era, it could be argued that they were still a singles band.

And Maxim certainly has a few of those on this slight offering, which otherwise confirms Prodigy backroom boy Liam Howlett as the brains of the operation.

The stand-outs here seem to rely on the guest list. Like when Skin (of Skunk Anansie) takes vocal charge of the House Of The Rising Sun-sampling Carmen Queasy; or when Divine Styler adds his sinuous rap to the sci-fi hip-hop of Spectral Wars; or on the hard-edged R&B of Scheming with vocals by one Trina Allen and the beatwork of Howlett.

Elsewhere, there are Prodigy knock-offs of various dilutions (full-strength on Killing Culture, roughly half on the likes of My Web, Dominant Genes and Backward Bullet) and the feeling that the only real Maxim to follow here is the old one about pop side projects. Approach with caution.

See also

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Maxim - Fallen Angel

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Maxim - Love More

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2019

Maxim Feat. Cianna Blaze - Baddest Breed

Maxim Feat. Cianna Blaze - Baddest Breed

2017

Maxim Feat. Cianna Blaze ‎– 808 (The Remixes)

Maxim Feat. Cianna Blaze ‎– 808 (The Remixes)

2014

Maxim - My Web EP

Maxim - My Web EP

1999

Maxim - I Don't Care

Maxim - I Don't Care

2005

Maxim - Survivor

Maxim - Survivor

2004

Maxim - Carmen Queasy

Maxim - Carmen Queasy

2000

Maxim - Scheming

Maxim - Scheming

2000

Maxim Feat. Lee Gough ‎- Respect

Maxim Feat. Lee Gough ‎- Respect

2016

Maxim Feat. Daddy Freddy - U Ready

Maxim Feat. Daddy Freddy - U Ready

2016

Maxim Featuring Kestra - Where Do We Go?

Maxim Featuring Kestra - Where Do We Go?

2017

Maxim Feat. Cianna Blaze ‎– Lucky Bitch

Maxim Feat. Cianna Blaze ‎– Lucky Bitch

2014

Maxim Feat. Cianna Blaze - Wolf

Maxim Feat. Cianna Blaze - Wolf

2014

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The Prodigy 30 pcs sticker set

Big set of The Prodigy stickers. 10 different designs (3 of each) and total of 30 stickers. Sticker sizes vary from 7 cm to 3,5 cm. Order here >