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the prodigy
7 January, 2014 8:51 am

Snake delivers a new trap version of Prodigy’s classic cut “Breathe”, building on top of Mercer’s handiwork.

4 December, 2012 5:50 pm

We’ve already shown you a few of the Prodigy Fat Of The Land 15th Anniversary remixes over the last few weeks, and today the rest of the entries from the set have been unveiled. Check out the newly revealed Alvin Risk, Zeds Dead, and The Glitch Mob mixes, as well as the Major Lazer, Baauer, [cont.]

19 November, 2012 5:14 pm

This is quite amazing. We showed you Noisa’s remix of The Prodigy’s classic “Smack My Bitch Up” a few weeks back, but that now seems to have been just an appetizer for Major Lazer’s ridiculous trap-inspired remix. This is a part of the December 4th re-release of The Fat Of The Land, which will also [cont.]

10 November, 2012 9:30 am

We showed you Prodigy’s new Noisia remix of “Smack My Bitch Up” back in October, and today we have a preview of another new track from the 15th anniversary edition of Fat Of The Land, due Dec. 3rd. Zed’s Dead weighs in on the classic track “Breathe”, which keeps many elements of the original in [cont.]

6 November, 2012 2:19 pm

Looks like Ken Loi wants to get a piece of the Mashup Mondays action. Hey, why not? Here, he takes bits of Bob Marley’s Benny Benassi remix of “Jammin’” and fuses them with bits The Prodigy’s “The Omen (Tony Junior Remix)”.

22 October, 2012 2:10 am

This is a rip of MistaJam’s first play of NOISIA’s remix of The Prodigy’s classic ‘Smack My Bitch Up’. It will be released on December 3rd as part of a deluxe issue of their album The Fat Of The Land.

16 October, 2012 11:22 am

We were there. One of the first albums to really break dance music into the mainstream, The Prodigy’s seminal 1997 LP, Fat of The Land, has been out of print for some time now, tied up in legal red tape between the band and Madonna’s label, Maverick Recordings. Fifteen years later, the group has retained [cont.]

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