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The Prodigy - Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned album download
Performer: The Prodigy
Title: Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned
Country: UK
Released: 2004
Style: Breakbeat, Electro, Big Beat
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3 FLAC APE XM VOX MPC ASF MOD AAC
FLAC size: 1533 mb | MP3 size: 1233 mb | WMA size: 1215 mb
Genre: Electronic

Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned is the fourth studio album by English electronic music group The Prodigy. It was first released on 11 August 2004 in Japan, on 23 August 2004 in the United Kingdom by XL Recordings, and on 15 September 2004 in the United States by Maverick Records.

Prodigy - Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned - 2004 – Medusa s Path. EL Batori mix by Keith Flint – Hotride (The Prodigy). Prodigy - Always Outnumbered never Outgunned – Prodigy - Action Radar. The Prodigy – Hotride (Album Version).

Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned is the fourth studio album by The Prodigy. The album was released in the United Kingdom on 23 August 2004 under XL Recordings, and in North America on 15 September 2004 by Mute Records and Maverick Records. It was the last album from the band to be distributed under the labels. Recorded almost entirely using the Propellerhead Reason program, with the mastering being done on Pro Tools, the album contrasts with their previous releases, and features a larger use of vocals than the group's third album, The Fat of the Land (1997)

Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned is the fourth studio album by English electronic music group The Prodigy. Recorded almost entirely using the Propellerhead Reason program, with the mastering being done on Pro Tools, the album contrasts with their previous releases, and features a larger use of vocals than the group’s third album, The Fat of the Land (1997). The album title is a play on the name of the Walter Mosely novel Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned. It was produced entirely by Liam Howlett. Keith Flint’s and Keith Palmer’s (Maxim’s) vocals do not appear in this album and by this.

Liam Howlett returns with his first album since 1997's smash Fat of the Land was hailed by mainstream media as the future of "electronica. Kool Keith, Juliette Lewis, Princess Superstar, and brother-in-law Liam Gallagher guest. A handful of industry insiders and media outlets expected The Prodigy's third album, 1997's The Fat of the Land, to alter America's pop landscape. Those prognosticators were correct: The album (which, fact fans, debuted at in the same week that Radiohead's OK Computer bowed at was a significant modern rock signpost, albeit not for the expected reasons.

Tracklist

Spitfire 5:08
Girls 4:07
Memphis Bells 4:29
Get Up Get Off 4:20
Hotride 4:36
Wake Up Call 4:56
Action Radar 5:33
Medusa's Path 6:09
Phoenix 4:39
You'll Be Under My Wheels 3:57
The Way It Is 5:46
Shoot Down 4:31

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD 183 UK 2004
OL 0188 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, P/Mixed, Unofficial) XL Recordings , Maverick OL 0188 Russia 2004
26681 ST Prodigy* Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (The Prodigy) 26681 ST Russia 2004
XXX 0404115 Prodigy* Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (The Prodigy) XXX 0404115 Russia 2004
5230875 R, DRS-897, none The Prodigy Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Torso Dance , Dream Sound Studio, XL Recordings 5230875 R, DRS-897, none Russia 2004
PR 125070704 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) PROF Records PR 125070704 Russia 2004
F 51343 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Universal Records F 51343 Russia 2004
PR 125070704 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) PROF Records PR 125070704 Russia 2004
OR3631 Prodigy* Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (The Prodigy) OR3631 Russia 2004
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none The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned (Album Sampler) ‎(CDr, Promo, Smplr) Playground Music Scandinavia none Scandinavia 2004
XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) XL Recordings XLCD 183 UK 2004
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XLLP 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(3xLP, Album, Tri) XL Recordings XLLP 183 UK 2004
MR 818-2, XLCD 183. Prodigy* Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) Moon Records , XL Recordings, Містерія Звука Україна, Містерія Звука Україна, Драйв, Драйв MR 818-2, XLCD 183. Ukraine 2004
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XLCD 183 Prodigy* Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) Rock Records & Tapes, XL Recordings XLCD 183 Singapore 2004
3001985 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) Universal 3001985 Italy 2004
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HN208CD The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) High Note Records HN208CD Taiwan 2004
MR 818-2, XLCD 183 Prodigy* Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) Moon Records , XL Recordings MR 818-2, XLCD 183 Ukraine 2004
EMCD 0003 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) Equinox Music & Entertainment EMCD 0003 Turkey 2004
XLCD 183. The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD 183. Russia 2004
2453-2 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings, Sum Records 2453-2 Argentina 2004
SON196 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) Sonic Records SON196 Poland 2004
XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) Playground Music Scandinavia, XL Recordings XLCD 183 Scandinavia 2004
CLS SA0052, XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) CLS RECORDS, XL Recordings CLS SA0052, XLCD 183 Hungary 2004
XLCD 183. The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD 183. Czech Republic 2004
XLCD 183., 826.0183.020 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings, [PIAS] XLCD 183., 826.0183.020 Benelux 2004
24532 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings, Sum Records 24532 Colombia 2004
XLCD 183 Prodigy* Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD 183 Canada 2004
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CLS SA0052 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) CLS RECORDS CLS SA0052 Hungary 2004
5178032000 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings, Sony Music Entertainment (Australia) Limited 5178032000 Australia 2004
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XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD 183 Europe 2004
SRCP 385 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings, Sony Music Records SRCP 385 Japan 2004
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XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD 183 Spain 2004
XLCD 183 Prodigy* Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) Rock Records & Tapes, XL Recordings XLCD 183 Malaysia 2004
XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Bla) XL Recordings XLCD 183 Europe 2004
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47990-2 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Enh) Maverick 47990-2 US 2004
HN208CDX The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Enh, Ltd, Sli) High Note Records HN208CDX Taiwan 2004
XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) XL Recordings XLCD 183 UK 2004
SRCP 373 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Sony Music Records SRCP 373 Japan 2004
XLCD 183. The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Shock , Remote Control, XL Recordings XLCD 183. New Zealand 2004
3001985 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Universal 3001985 Italy 2004
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SMBCD 17 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Sheer Music SMBCD 17 South Africa 2004
SCD 0089, XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Promo) S.Stack Company Limited, XL Recordings SCD 0089, XLCD 183 Thailand 2004
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2A-47990-M The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Maverick 2A-47990-M US 2004
XLCD 183P The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car) XL Recordings XLCD 183P Israel 2004
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XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, S/Edition + AVCD, Bon) Universal Records XLCD 183 Philippines 2004
BUCD-5930804 Prodigy* Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Sli) PT. Indo Semar Sakti BUCD-5930804 Indonesia 2004
XLCD 183. The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) XL Recordings XLCD 183. Russia 2004
none Prodigy* Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) XL Recordings none Russia 2004
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H1641 The Prodigy = 超凡合唱團* The Prodigy = 超凡合唱團* - Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Sony Music H1641 China 2004
XLCD 183, XLCD 183. The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) XL Recordings , XL Recordings XLCD 183, XLCD 183. Europe 2004
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EKPC-1153, 7243 866947 4 4, XLCD 183. The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(Cass, Album) EMI (Korea), EMI (Korea), XL Recordings EKPC-1153, 7243 866947 4 4, XLCD 183. South Korea 2004
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EKPD-1153, XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Copy Prot.) EMI (Korea), XL Recordings EKPD-1153, XLCD 183 South Korea 2005
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1-01 Spitfire 5:07
1-02 Girls 4:07
1-03 Memphis Bells 4:27
1-04 Get Up Get Off 4:19
1-05 Hotride 4:35
1-06 Wake Up Call 4:56
1-07 Action Radar 5:32
1-08 Medusa's Path 6:07
1-09 Phoenix 4:38
1-10 You'll Be Under My Wheels 3:56
1-11 The Way It Is 5:46
1-12 Shoot Down 4:30
2-01 More Girls 4:28
2-02 Who U Foolin 3:40
2-03 Hotride (El Batori Mix) 4:43
2-04 Spitfire (Future Funk Squad's 'Dogfight' Remix)
Remix – Future Funk Squad
7:25
Video1 Girls
Film Director – Julian House, Mat Cook
3:50
Video2 Spitfire
Film Director – Tim Qualtrough
3:25

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – XL Recordings Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – XL Recordings Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – Hwa Eum Records Ltd.
  • Licensed From – EMI Music Korea Ltd.

Notes

Special Edition.

This Korean release comes in a cardboard box together with an extra enhanced cd labeled "Bonus Disc".

EKPD-1199 / 07243 8 64455 2 0
℗ 2005 XL Recordings Ltd.
© 2005 XL Recordings Ltd.

The copyright in this sound recording is owned by XL Recordings Ltd.
www.theprodigy.com www.xlrecordings.com

Manufactured by Hwa Eum. Made in Korea under exclusive license from Emi Music Korea Ltd.
Registration Nº. 1207 to the Ministry of Culture & Tourism. Passed censorship by K.B.F.C.2005-0387(5/17) 2005.6.
All rights reserved.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Slipcase): 8 809144 341091
  • Barcode (Album): 8 809102 522982
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): EKPD-1153
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): EKPD-1199-2
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LA71
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 4F03
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LA71

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
XLCD 183 The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) XL Recordings XLCD 183 UK 2004
XLCD 183. The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) XL Recordings XLCD 183. Russia 2004
HN208CDX The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album, Enh, Ltd, Sli) High Note Records HN208CDX Taiwan 2004
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MR 818-2, XLCD 183. Prodigy* Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned ‎(CD, Album) Moon Records , XL Recordings, Містерія Звука Україна, Містерія Звука Україна, Драйв, Драйв MR 818-2, XLCD 183. Ukraine 2004


Comments (31)
Conjukus
These prices floating around are a bit.... Frustrating to say the least.
Felhann
Spitfire - A bit boring after the release of the 05 mix on the single. 6/10Girls - One of their very best songs after 2000. Still sounds totally fresh. Very 80's electro. 10/10Memphis Bells - Sounds a bit like a b-side, like Molotov Bitch. They scrabbed better tracks. 6/10Get Up Get Off - This song had so much potential, but the choice of beats, make the track fall to the ground. Nice samples and synths though. 5/10Hotride - A fine groovy track, 70's/Tarantino's Death Proof style. Still would love to hear it with a break beat. 6/10Wake Up Call - Starts out promising, but like Get Up Get Off, falls a bit to the ground, when the beats joins in. Definitly deserved a more danceable beat. It has it's moments. 6/10Action Radar - A punk inspired track, just done electro. Slightly annoying track 4/10Medusa's Path - I really like this arabian electro tune. It's quite dark and has a scary vibe. 8/10Phoenix - Most people really hates this track. Yes, it does not sound very much like The Prodigy, but it has insane sound effects. I always wondered why they called this track Phoenix, when it's basicly a Liam H remix of Shocking Blue's ''Love buzz''. They should just named it that, Love Buzz (Prodigy Remix) 8/10You'll Be Under My Wheels - One of the worst songs ever made by the Prodigy. It does have a couple of nice effects though, but not worth much. 2/10The Way It Is - After the release of the Live Remix of this track, it very much sounds like a demo. After returning to the album version after 15 years, it's kinda nice to hear the scrabbed down album version. It is definitly not as kicking as the Live Remix, but a nice chill track. A bit of Jilted vibe. 7/10Shoot Down - Have no clue why this version ended up on the album. Trigger was the better track, and a couple of demos between Trigger and Shoot Down has appeared. I would have though that the track ''The Gun'' (from Peermusic vol 2) with the Gun Reprise breakdown, would have been a much better choice. 4/10.It's not a Prodigy album, but an experimental Liam Howlett album. For a Prodigy album I give it 4/10. For a Liam H album, I give it a 8/10.6/10
Prinna
Not the best Prodigy album IMO but this 2XLP needs a reissue.The vultures are getting very hungry.Rest in Peace Keith.
Quendant
I’m not a die hard fan but this is my favourite Prodigy album. I realise I’m in the minority. You like what you like I guess. Give it a listen and see if you like it too
Tuliancel
I know I'm in the minority, but I like this album more than Fat of the Land. I never liked Fat of the Land. This felt like a return to Experience and Jilted, just not as good as either of those (which is to be expected as those are perfect albums). It could be tighter, could be better, and does sound a bit like it was composed with only soft synths on a computer instead of using analog gear as they are known to sound; but I enjoy the tracks and appreciate the lack of vocals on this one. It's pleasant, just not great and not the caliber of what we expect from Liam. In a way, this album was needed to cleanse the pallet and bring The Prodigy into the next phase of their career more solidly. I'm very glad they eventually released Invaders Must Die!, as that's a great great album and, so far, the high watermark of Electro Punk Band form of The Prodigy.
Gavirgas
This has to be a bit of a weak album in my opinion, although I did like a few tracks including the first three.
Whitebeard
In terms of electronic music, this CD is excellent. However, in Prodigy standards, it does not reach the GOAT "The Fat Of The Land".The beats & hip-hop tempos are still here, and that the most important when you hear the Braintree trio.Moreover, as a diehard big beat lover, I can't mark 5 stars to this because there's a bit too much cringey moments for me.The most uncomfortable is that horrible noise starting at the middle of "Medusa's Path". If it wouldn't have been present, it would be the best track out there.Other than that, I don't like this original version of "You'll Be Under My Wheels". There's a better one added on the second CD of their "1990-2005" singles compilation (an ABSOLUTE MUST-HAVE !!).At last, I think "Spitfire" should have been 1 or 2 minutes shorter, or shoulh have purposed a variety of beats.The rest of the CD is very enjoyable, especially "Girls", "Hotride" and "Shoot Down". That's mainly for this reason that "AONO" should be owned, even if I will obviously be less played than "Music For The Jilted Generation". In order to finish, the rest of their discography (including "The Day Is My Enemy") is highly recommended.
Vaua
All the artwork released for this era is amazing, I love the concept and design as well as the music - my favourite album of theirs
BroWelm
Multi-gatefold-sleeveprinted innersleeves
Centrizius
I have a version of this album (Made in Canada) with both sets of artwork (white and black covers) included. Anyone else have this?
Danial
i got this smasher on CD since it's release in 2004,and was craving to get a vinyl copy for my pleasurable listening,since i belive this album is best of electronic music i ever heard and ever will.
Wal
simply the greatest electronic music album i ever owned,all tracks are amazing and best work of Liam :)
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L. Howlett took a 7 year hiatus just to make an average album. anybody who honestly thinks this is some amazing 5 star album has to be some crazy Prodigy fan who lives and dies by them.
Painwind
***Amazing*** how much seems that Liam was inspired by Nirvana... E1 track, called "Phoenix" and "Love Buzz" from Nirvana's 1989 album called "Bleach". This is first studio album of The Prodigy after 1997's The Fat of the Land. Its title is a play on words of the title to the Walter Mosely novel Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned. Near Liam Howlett is present on the album musically, actress Juliette Lewis, Oasis frontmen Liam and Noel Gallagher, Kool Keith and The Magnificent Ping Pong Bitches. "This album is about reminding people what The Prodigy was always about — the beats and the music", Howlett wrote to an internet zine after finishing the album. He also notes that his intention was to use vocals mostly as an extension of the sound rather than the main focal point, as was the case in The Fat of the Land. This album peaked at UK nr. 1 on the album charts, but it didn't stay there for long and with three regular singles yielded no big hits. It was promoted by a promotional double A-sided 12" "Girls/Memphis Bells", released in very limited quantities in UK on June 21, 2004. On June 28, 2004, the track "Memphis Bells" was exclusively available online as a digital download via alwaysoutnumbered dot com Available in a limited edition, each of the 5,000 downloads had a unique variation of the track, accompanied with a unique variation of the artwork. On 30 August 2004 "Girls" was released, entering the charts at #19. "Hotride" – released November 1, 2004 in the UK – was not eligible to enter the UK charts as the CD was released in EP format with 3 additional 'b-sides' and so did not conform to chart regulations. Finally "Spitfire" was released on March 28, 2005.
Ienekan
The track Phoenix was most likely not inspired by Nirvana, and more likely inspired by the original version of the song "Shocking Buzz - Love Buzz (1969) it's the orginal singer from this song sampled by Liam on Phoenix.
Kerahuginn
What bothers me is that most tracks are based on awesome samples/riffs/beats and then just get really repetitive. The tracks from Exp. and MftJG slapped you in the face every minute with a different sample, melody, or whatnot. Those tracks were alive! Every album has a different style, maybe you can call it evolving but in between the Breathe single and FotL I kinda had the feeling Liam was heading this way, musically. Tracks on AONO get you amped the first 30 secs, then it gets boring fast, some tracks are plain annoying (the samples in Action Radar are awful). Nevertheless the majority of the tracks are nice and some tracks are great even (Spitfire, Medusa's Path, The Way It). Though why his whiny girlfriend's vocals have to be in every friggin song is beyond me. I have to agree it certainly is Liam's worst album, but imo. most reactions posted here are over the top.
Yggdi
Can't say anything that hasn't already been said, but what surprises me is the level of narrow-mindedness in those bashing the record. Why would you expect your favorite artist to put out multiple albums of material that sound like the last several? Granted, this latest record is leaps and bounds different in terms of production. As far as the sonic quality that Howlett is known for, you are out of your MIND if you feel it is not on this album. 1990s Rave/breakbeat is long but dead. Times have moved more towards this new "electroclash" sort of sound and so be it. I have enjoyed every Prodigy LP for what its worth. They have forever placed their stamp on the scene and we all know this. This record is merely one end of the Prodigy spectrum (so to speak). Appreciate the change in the direction.
Silvermaster
All the people who ever complained about techno being repetitive have a point with this album. I've listened it through only twice and the problem with the sequencing is, basically, that you have the same loop played eight times instead of the adequate four. Those loops, however, are quite good, but still cannot properly carry a full-fledged song. The previous Prodigy material was nowhere near as laggy as this, so something must have happened. The thrift market, where I got this record from also had "Experience" in their shelves, which is partly the reason why I regret not leaving this record there.
Thomeena
The whole album has a main problem, Liam caught up a great sound or riff and basically lay down as a track. So it's soo repetitive, can't go nowhere. They neither could be called tracks nor just demos... they're layers or sometimes just a riff, but there are one or two enjoyable compare to the others like spitfire, girls and hotride with rubbish lyrics.
Lailace
The music in this album is not made by the Prodigy that I used to love, instead it sounds like a mixture of Papa Roach, DJ Shadow, Adam Freeland and White Stripes, really bad blended... You can notice that the music is simply lacking any innovation. Liam Howlett, and many will disagree with this affirmation IS NOT The Prodigy. AONO is purely a product of Howlett's personal musical appreciation. What if Metallica changes the band members, all but James Hetfield, and then works on a new album? What if the same thing happens with Radiohead / Thom Yorke, or Coldplay / Chris Martin ? Disaster is the answer. Shortly after the fat of the land, the official Prodigy's website stated that "THE Prodigy" (the old prodigy of course) was dead and that, if you wanted info about that band, the one that made Voodoo People, Charly, Jericho and No Good, you had to go somewhere else. This example of unjustified iconoclasty really left me thinking about the fate of the New and "Overhauled" Prodigy. "Baby's got a temper" really gave me a relief to think that their next album could be good. But many years after this is the result... I find totally disrespectful the exclusion of baby's got a temper and the other songs product of the original Progigy members collaboration. Those would have been the highlights of the album, but I guess It's easier to dump some colleagues than to pay musical royalties. As you may have guessed, this record would never be part of my collection.
Brakree
Now, one year away from its initial release date, AONO still polarizes as much as it did in 2004. I must admit that, despite my initial disappointment about it, it slowly grew on me, and although many of the tracks just seem to consist of two or three loops, there is some cool vibe about them. So this may not be the best album by The Prodigy, but it's by far not as bad as most people try to talk it. Well, except for the last track, maybe...
caif
Apparently this is what came out of Mr Howlett's adventure with software only productions. It seems to show in places too. Early Prodg. stuff was cool, FOTL was a benchmark IMHO, (cannot pick a fav from that album). This (AONO) doesn't even pretend to be a sequel, as it were. It sounds much less raw, and whilst I really like it, there have been few times I have listened to it from start to finish. "You'll Be Under My Wheels", Hotride" and "The Way It" are tops, the sound is very nice but not a Fat beater.
Qudanilyr
I believe this album is quite great! The Prodigy actually follows the path of modern dancemusic on that peticular time If we listen to Experience (their first album), you could hear some kind of rave. (begin 90's -> Rave) Their 2nd album, Music For The Jilted Generation was more towards techno and breaks. (mid 90's -> Techno) Fat Of The Land is purely based on clubmusic, what was popular in the late 90's (late 90's -> Club) Now Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned, it's samles are directed towards electro and rock. The samples that are recently used in lots of releases. Electro, electro-pop, etc... So you could actually say, The Prodigy is a commercial band. But their samples are more underground.
Zainn
GREAT , GREAT . G R E A T !!! All you people expecting Fat Of The Land 2 got smacked in face :-))) Personally I hate FOTL, I'm definitely not into that whole period of prodigy's evolution and after the release of FOTL I was deeply disappointed with the direction Liam & co took. 7 long years of silence and finally the bomb was dropped, AONO was a damn nice surprise for me though having heard Liam's pre-release statements (after which my notion of the album was quite clear I thought...). What did I get? quality programing, quality skull-crushing beats, quality melodies, guests who did their best (except mr gallagher's wheezing) and NO KEITH's 'SINGING', which always freaks me out. I'm also glad there's no hype around prodigy like it was after FOTL, Jilted Generation was the one for Liam to "take his work back underground" - AONO did it 4real. Certainly I'm aware nothing EVER will beat the Jilted Generation or get close to it's perfection but nevertheless prod's comeback album is really great one and far better than all the s**t around with the sticker "alternative music" on it. My album of the year.
Bolv
although this album may not be liam's best work i don't know why everyone is slagging it off so much!?!? i think after fat of the land being so popular everyone assumed that liam would make an album for the masses that was accessible to the majority of people - well, he didn't!! and i think that's a good thing. before the success of fat of the land, the prodigy were more of an underground band making music they liked and not giving a f*** what anyone else thought. i think they've gone back to that now - liam is again making music for himself and no one else, and that is why alot of people out there don't like it - they were expecting fat of the land 2. to all those of you who didn't really like this album, don't fret: there is talk around that liam is thinking of making a rarities and b-sides album and he has said in various interviews that he wants there to be a fifth and sixth prodigy album!! i think he needed time to get his s*** together and work out what he wanted to be doing without outside influences. so if the variation of their previous albums are anything to go by i think the fifth and sixth albums will be very different to this one and maybe more people will like them. i also think that keith and maxim will be involved more in the music (providing vocals, etc) in the future. anyway, good album, i like most of the tracks on here and there are some awesome collabs, but not liams best work though...
Xig
There's a big reason why this album is probably The Prodigy's worst album... it's missing the other 3 members. Well Leeroy left after Fat of the Land (forgot why) & that he really wasn't a big part of The Prodigy, but what really made The Prodigy so great in 1995 (MFTJG) & 1997 (FOTL), was Maxim & Keith. Their vocals fit perfectly around the music Liam was creating. They weren't even involved in making AONO. All the song they made "together" in the AONO era (Baby's Got a Temper, Trigger, Nuclear, etc.) were cut & now end up as B-Sides. Now don't get me wrong, this album aint that bad. What was bad was all the hype Liam was giving to The Prodigy fan sites. There is only less than 5 songs that I really enjoy. I just can't believe I waiting 7 years for this disappointment. Maybe next time?
Beabandis
hmmm this album is really bad ! To be honest if you played this album to me and I didnt know what it was I'd never guess that it was the prodigy, and I mean this in a bad way ! Since music for the gilted generation its been all downhill really ! although the fat of the land had a couple of tracks on there that would have stayed true Liams original style and fans(i.e 1990 - 1994) this album has absolutely no elements of Liam Howletts ability to write really innovative dance music ! to be honest Liam has turned his back on dance music and this is the largest step away from dance music to date and it would be a mistake to dub the prodigy as a dance group now ! one of the comments above said that they found themselves skipping through tunes on the first listen !I was the same ! there is nothing on that album to keep the listener interested ! Ten years ago Liam Howlett wrote the most dynamic dance album ever ! He's forgotten what the prodigy were about and I think it's time to call it a day !!!! seriously!!!!
Fast Lovebird
Hearing this album brought back flashes of the first time that I listened to Armand Van Helden's '2 Future 4 U'. It seemed like Liam and Armand were both on the verge of something decent sounding, but just couldn't pull it all together. You can hear parts where it seems like there could be a great track developing, but the loop just continues without ever really getting to its final destination, leaving you waiting for the roof to get ripped off. Pretty anti-climatical really. Time for another mix-album maybe??? It must be called Dirtchamber Sessions **VOL. 1** for a reason, no?
Mysterious Wrench
I would say this album would have been better if it wasn't by The Prodigy. The expectation. The past accomplishments. The disappointment. Instead I hear the shadow of what The Prodigy were. Short synth stabs that fail to develop into soaring track leaders. Epic opening beats that promise a great song, but then simply loop for the whole track doing nothing more than they did in the opening few seconds, and so many derivative elements the songs already sound over familiar. Case in point: The 3 second sample of the Beastie Boys in "Funky Shit" in 1997 was welcome. A complete Prodigy remake of Jacksons "Thriller" in 2004 is not. Its not a bad album, but certainly their worst. This begs the question, was it really necessary? I guess some of the problem was that Liam was stuck in a corner after going for the Punk/Electronic sound on Fat Of The Land. At the time of their first 2 albums Prodigy were top of their game. Each album did something radical in comparison to their previous work. By the third they had taken a massive step away from what they used to do. Leftfield were similar, in creating an album that defined a genre, and an era, taking elements from what was around, and evolving it to well ahead of its time, and then many years later returning to do it again. But Leftfield stopped. The Prodigy didn't. Where do you go from Fat Of The Land? I guess you don't. This just sounds like the B-Sides collection. "Spitfire" opens well, but goes nowhere, and "Girls" sounds like a Prodigy remix of No Doubt. "You Will Be Under My Wheels" has an incredible opening, and has featured on the new BMW-1 advert. Thats the thing though, it works best there, its impressive when you hear that short clip in the cinema, or on TV. It grabs your attention. This is the main problem. Every track taken on its own is fine, and if you heard a bunch of short 30 second samples on a website you would be very interested to hear more. As a complete album the whole sound wears thin and bores more and more to the point where eventually i was skipping tracks after only hearing half of them, on my first listen. I can imagine many of these tracks will be sampled in no brainer stylish action films, a slab of Prodigy style beats and crunching guitars in the background as a Vin Diesel type hero escapes from a dangerous situation, explosions and all. And thats the equivalent of this album. Its trying too hard to be cool and in the process forgets to be interesting.
Xurad
In fact, "Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned" was finished in about 1 year. Liam has spent the other 6 years looking for an inspiration, because he didn't know what kind of album he wants it to be. I remember how in 2002 he's said, that in today's dance music culture, vocals don't play a major role and that "Always Outnumbered..." will be a lyrics-driven album, where lyrics will be just as important as the music itself. I wonder what's happened to that idea... Needless to mention, Liam wasn't actually being quiet after the release of 'The Fat Of The Land' - he's released a stunning DJ mix album "The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One", a shameful single "Baby's Got A Temper" and a great cover of "Ghost Town" (on "1Love" compilation). As for the album itself, I think it's pretty much disappointing. There are some good tracks, but a lot of them are pretty average and even a couple of really bad ones. Personally, I really like the first half of an album, but the second one is a bit of a let down. Especially the awful collaboration with the Gallagher brothers, which is, probably, one of the winners in the 'Worst Outro Track EVER' competition. Looking back at how influential The Prodigy were back in early and mid-90's, this is definitely a sign of boredom and lack of ideas. This album wouldn't be this popular if it wasn't for the Prodigy name on the sleeve.