CD A Tribute to the Prodigy [741157119022] (CD 1016187),
back to browsing

A Tribute to the Prodigy [741157119022]


  • 1. Breathe - Alan T./DJ Matthew Grimm (Dark Days Mix)
    2. Smack My Bitch Up - Haujobb
    3. Serial Thrilla - Glampire
    4. Diesel Power - Imperious Rex
    5. Narayan - Funker Vogt
    6. Firestarter - Dkay.Com
    7. Poison - Razed in Black
    8. Mentello & the Fixer - Jericho
    9. Voodoo People - Mindless Faith
    10. Climbatize - Joolz (Geezer Mix)
    11. Mindfields - Neotek
    12. No Good - DJ BP
    Read More...
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1190

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    In the '90s, the Brits who comprise the Prodigy did for electronica what Garth Brooks did for country and Run-D.M.C. did for hardcore rap -- they made it safe for rockers. The fact that the Prodigy had a rock-friendly outlook wasn't lost on rock fans; in many cases, rockers who weren't heavily into the rave scene became Prodigy converts. It isn't uncommon to hear alternative rock fans saying things like, "As a rule, I can take electronica or leave it, but I really love the Prodigy." The bottom line is: the Prodigy rocks, and for the most part, this Prodigy tribute album should have no problem appealing to rockers. Released on Cleopatra's Hypnotic label in 2002, A Tribute to the Prodigy finds 12 different artists covering Prodigy tunes. Essentially, this CD falls into the electronica category, and it has plenty of techno appeal. But it also has a great deal of alternative rock and alternative metal appeal, which is why rockers should have an easy time getting into Glampire on "Serial Thrilla," DJ Matthew Grimm on "Breathe," or Dkay.com on "Firestarter." The CD also has a lot of hip-hop appeal; Imperious Rex's version of "Diesel Power," for example, almost picks up where Mantronix left off. A Tribute to the Prodigy doesn't exclude those who are not seasoned ravers -- the CD will not intimidate the sort of listener who holds Ministry, Soundgarden, DMX, Godflesh, and Mobb Deep in equally high regard but has only a casual interest in electronica, techno, and rave music. And if you fit that description, A Tribute to the Prodigy is worth exploring. ~ Alex Henderson

0 Stars 0 average rating
In Stock -- Item Ships for FREE
Our price $14.22
Add to wishlist

What viewers like you said...

Have you listened to this album? Be the first to write a review

Also suggested for you...

  • buy now for

    $13.26

    CD
  • buy now for

    $10.54

    CD
  • buy now for

    $5.97

    CD
  • buy now for

    $14.66

    CD