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prodigy: The Day Is My Enemycompact discs
Prodigy: The Day Is My Enemy

Released: Mar 30, 2015. Genre: Big Beat, Breakbeat, Electronic. Label: Take Me To The Hospital, Cooking Vinyl. Number Of Tracks: 14. This is the first album by The Prodigy to be written as a group effort, as all previous albums were written as a solo effort by Liam Howlett.

POSTED: 03/31/2015 - 08:33 am

prodigy: Music For The Jilted Generationcompact discs
Prodigy: Music For The Jilted Generation

Released: 1994. Genre: Big beat, Electro-industrial. Label: XL Recordings, Mute Records. Number Of Tracks: 13. This album alltogether has a much darker and underground feel to it and Liam is retty much stretching his legs and treading into new areas.

POSTED: 01/07/2011 - 03:43 am

prodigy: Experiencecompact discs
Prodigy: Experience

Released: 1992. Genre: Breakbeat hardcore, oldskool jungle. Label: XL Recordings, Elektra (US). Number Of Tracks: 12. This album shows teh world that the prodigy were on top of their game form the beginning and did not waste any time to find any signature sound.

POSTED: 12/22/2010 - 03:31 am

prodigy: The Fat Of The Landcompact discs
Prodigy: The Fat Of The Land

Released: Jun 30, 1997. Genre: Big beat, synthpunk, breakbeat, hardcore techno. Label: XL, Maverick. Number Of Tracks: 10. This album is the best Prodigy album in my opinion, They have really hit the spot with it.

POSTED: 12/01/2010 - 03:03 am

prodigy: Invaders Must Diecompact discs
Prodigy: Invaders Must Die

Released: Mar 2, 2009. Genre: Big Beat, Electropunk, Industrial, Hardcore Techno, Electronica, Rave. Label: Cooking Vinyl. Number Of Tracks: 11. It is the first studio album released by the band since 2004's Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned and is the first Prodigy album since 1997's The Fat of the Land to feature all three members of the band.

POSTED: 03/03/2009 - 06:55 am

prodigy: Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunnedcompact discs
Prodigy: Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned

Released: Sep 14, 2004. Genre: Electronica. Number Of Tracks: 12. The Prodigy's link between rock and dance is as enthusiastic as ever, forging an electronic bridge to the muddied hordes.

POSTED: 09/10/2004 - 05:11 am