This album came at a time when the charts and airwaves were bombarded with the likes of Oasis, Blur, and other Britpop artists. Not that I am complaining. Some of those bands would put out music that still gets played in heavy rotation today. Everyone seems to remember where they were the first time they heard “Firestarter”. Honestly, I don’t.
What I do remember is that I heard it often and loud from an album that sounded familiar but very different.
I think that albums come into your life for different reasons. I haven’t exactly figured out why on The Fat Of The Land just yet, but I am sure I will at some point.
Rest In Peace Keith.
|1.||Smack My Bitch Up||The Prodigy||5:43|
|3.||Diesel Power||The Prodigy (feat. Kool Keith)||4:18|
|4.||Funky Shit||The Prodigy||5:16|
|5.||Serial Thrilla||The Prodigy||5:11|
|7.||Narayan||The Prodigy (feat. Crispian Mills)||9:06|
|10.||Fuel My Fire||The Prodigy||4:19|