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Spin (9/01, p.166) - 9 out of 10 - "...A radical enhancement of a bona fide classic....a blast."Entertainment Weekly (1/8/93, p.54) - "...frenetic, hypercreative electro-jams..." - Rating: BQ (12/92, p.133) - 3 Stars - Good - "..a debut album full of experimentation...demonstrates Prodigy's ability to write simple hooks and play them at mental velocity.."Q (Magazine) (p.117) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t echoes the ecstatic aggro of punk and garage rock: good time music with a manic, riotous edge."Record Collector (magazine) (p.83) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[L]ike a runaway E-train peppered with proto-jungle breakbeats, euphoric piano, fairground keyboards and manic vocal samples, all forged by studio mastermind Liam Howlett."0.438795

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Spin (9/01, p.166) - 9 out of 10 - "...A radical enhancement of a bona fide classic....a blast."Entertainment Weekly (1/8/93, p.54) - "...frenetic, hypercreative electro-jams..." - Rating: BQ (12/92, p.133) - 3 Stars - Good - "..a debut album full of experimentation...demonstrates Prodigy's ability to write simple hooks and play them at mental velocity.."Q (Magazine) (p.117) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t echoes the ecstatic aggro of punk and garage rock: good time music with a manic, riotous edge."Record Collector (magazine) (p.83) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[L]ike a runaway E-train peppered with proto-jungle breakbeats, euphoric piano, fairground keyboards and manic vocal samples, all forged by studio mastermind Liam Howlett."0.438795

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Rolling Stone (4/20/95, p.80) - 3.5 Stars - Very Good - "...A soundtrack for those British rave hordes who dodge Tory truncheons, MUSIC FOR THE JILTED GENERATION thrills initiates with a political buzz Americans might miss. But the Prodigy's hard-core techno generates universal dance fever....Truly trippy..."Spin (9/99, p.150) - Ranked #60 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Alternative Press (4/95, p.84) - "...JILTED GENERATION throws much darker shapes than its predecessor. Moreover, it slams harder and rawer and covers more ground--21st century hip hop, Latin funk, horror trance, Vapourspace-like ambient--in addition to their usual crowd-pleasing, hi-NRG tekno. Thumbs up for the use of guitar and flute, too..."Option (7-8/95, pp.129-131) - "...the Prodigy jolts an industrial sensibility with techno drive and then rides the seemingly endless grooves until we're numb...for intensely pumping dance music, this album has more life than most..."Q (Magazine) (p.117) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Inspired by Rage Against The Machine, Dr. Dre and European techno, Howlett set out to make everything as hard and heavy as possible....Even now, the whole album sounds amazing: lean, hard and vicious."Mojo (Publisher) (p.56) - Ranked #83 in Mojo's "100 Modern Classics" -- "One-man Bomb Squad Liam Howlett was a breakbeat maker without peer."NME (Magazine) (12/24/94, p.22) - Ranked #9 in NME's list of the `Top 50 Albums Of 1994.'Record Collector (magazine) (p.83) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "Under the booming breakbeats, thrash guitars and inflammatory soundbites Howlett's,supernova's upernova talent was on overdrive..."0.313425

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Spin (p.78) - "INVADERS MUST DIE is a stirringly workmanlike, if retro, blast of founder/producer Liam Howlett's anthemic breakbeat spazz."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.50) - "Reality steals the show on 'Thunder' by breathing some muscle-bound melody into the mix, then helps 'World's On Fire' stutter and slam home its point."Q (Magazine) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The Prodigy's fifth studio album sounds -- instantly, from the jagged synth riff and pounding drum break of the opening title track -- just like The Prodigy should. Only leaner, harder, and even faster than before."Mojo (Publisher) (p.105) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Reintroducing the bleeps, synth riffs and chipmunk vocals of their early '90s hardcore roots alongside scuzzy rock, these tracks are full of peaks, breakdowns and hard returns..."Blender (Magazine) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "If anyone has the right to reboot the manic keyboard riffs and overheated breakbeats of the era, it's them. Sure, it's nostalgic, but the rave flashbacks punch the right note of crazed jubilation..."Clash (magazine) (p.96) - "[I]t's 'Take Me To The Hospital' that opens the floodgates for this fifth studio album's most euphoric highs....The album's middle section continues to impress with the savagely boisterous 'Run With The Wolves'..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.102) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The highlight has to be the hinged 'Take Me To The Hospital,' which marries ecstasy rush-triggering rave in the style of 'Out Of Space' to a vicious industrial 'Firestarter' back line."0.313425

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Spin (p.78) - "INVADERS MUST DIE is a stirringly workmanlike, if retro, blast of founder/producer Liam Howlett's anthemic breakbeat spazz."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.50) - "Reality steals the show on 'Thunder' by breathing some muscle-bound melody into the mix, then helps 'World's On Fire' stutter and slam home its point."Q (Magazine) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The Prodigy's fifth studio album sounds -- instantly, from the jagged synth riff and pounding drum break of the opening title track -- just like The Prodigy should. Only leaner, harder, and even faster than before."Mojo (Publisher) (p.105) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Reintroducing the bleeps, synth riffs and chipmunk vocals of their early '90s hardcore roots alongside scuzzy rock, these tracks are full of peaks, breakdowns and hard returns..."Blender (Magazine) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "If anyone has the right to reboot the manic keyboard riffs and overheated breakbeats of the era, it's them. Sure, it's nostalgic, but the rave flashbacks punch the right note of crazed jubilation..."Clash (magazine) (p.96) - "[I]t's 'Take Me To The Hospital' that opens the floodgates for this fifth studio album's most euphoric highs....The album's middle section continues to impress with the savagely boisterous 'Run With The Wolves'..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.102) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The highlight has to be the hinged 'Take Me To The Hospital,' which marries ecstasy rush-triggering rave in the style of 'Out Of Space' to a vicious industrial 'Firestarter' back line."0.313425

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Rolling Stone (4/20/95, p.80) - 3.5 Stars - Very Good - "...A soundtrack for those British rave hordes who dodge Tory truncheons, MUSIC FOR THE JILTED GENERATION thrills initiates with a political buzz Americans might miss. But the Prodigy's hard-core techno generates universal dance fever....Truly trippy..."Spin (9/99, p.150) - Ranked #60 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Alternative Press (4/95, p.84) - "...JILTED GENERATION throws much darker shapes than its predecessor. Moreover, it slams harder and rawer and covers more ground--21st century hip hop, Latin funk, horror trance, Vapourspace-like ambient--in addition to their usual crowd-pleasing, hi-NRG tekno. Thumbs up for the use of guitar and flute, too..."Option (7-8/95, pp.129-131) - "...the Prodigy jolts an industrial sensibility with techno drive and then rides the seemingly endless grooves until we're numb...for intensely pumping dance music, this album has more life than most..."Q (Magazine) (p.117) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Inspired by Rage Against The Machine, Dr. Dre and European techno, Howlett set out to make everything as hard and heavy as possible....Even now, the whole album sounds amazing: lean, hard and vicious."Mojo (Publisher) (p.56) - Ranked #83 in Mojo's "100 Modern Classics" -- "One-man Bomb Squad Liam Howlett was a breakbeat maker without peer."NME (Magazine) (12/24/94, p.22) - Ranked #9 in NME's list of the `Top 50 Albums Of 1994.'Record Collector (magazine) (p.83) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "Under the booming breakbeats, thrash guitars and inflammatory soundbites Howlett's,supernova's upernova talent was on overdrive..."0.313425

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Spin (p.78) - "INVADERS MUST DIE is a stirringly workmanlike, if retro, blast of founder/producer Liam Howlett's anthemic breakbeat spazz."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.50) - "Reality steals the show on 'Thunder' by breathing some muscle-bound melody into the mix, then helps 'World's On Fire' stutter and slam home its point."Q (Magazine) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The Prodigy's fifth studio album sounds -- instantly, from the jagged synth riff and pounding drum break of the opening title track -- just like The Prodigy should. Only leaner, harder, and even faster than before."Mojo (Publisher) (p.105) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Reintroducing the bleeps, synth riffs and chipmunk vocals of their early '90s hardcore roots alongside scuzzy rock, these tracks are full of peaks, breakdowns and hard returns..."Blender (Magazine) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "If anyone has the right to reboot the manic keyboard riffs and overheated breakbeats of the era, it's them. Sure, it's nostalgic, but the rave flashbacks punch the right note of crazed jubilation..."Clash (magazine) (p.96) - "[I]t's 'Take Me To The Hospital' that opens the floodgates for this fifth studio album's most euphoric highs....The album's middle section continues to impress with the savagely boisterous 'Run With The Wolves'..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.102) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The highlight has to be the hinged 'Take Me To The Hospital,' which marries ecstasy rush-triggering rave in the style of 'Out Of Space' to a vicious industrial 'Firestarter' back line."0.313425

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Spin (p.78) - "INVADERS MUST DIE is a stirringly workmanlike, if retro, blast of founder/producer Liam Howlett's anthemic breakbeat spazz."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.50) - "Reality steals the show on 'Thunder' by breathing some muscle-bound melody into the mix, then helps 'World's On Fire' stutter and slam home its point."Q (Magazine) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The Prodigy's fifth studio album sounds -- instantly, from the jagged synth riff and pounding drum break of the opening title track -- just like The Prodigy should. Only leaner, harder, and even faster than before."Mojo (Publisher) (p.105) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Reintroducing the bleeps, synth riffs and chipmunk vocals of their early '90s hardcore roots alongside scuzzy rock, these tracks are full of peaks, breakdowns and hard returns..."Blender (Magazine) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "If anyone has the right to reboot the manic keyboard riffs and overheated breakbeats of the era, it's them. Sure, it's nostalgic, but the rave flashbacks punch the right note of crazed jubilation..."Clash (magazine) (p.96) - "[I]t's 'Take Me To The Hospital' that opens the floodgates for this fifth studio album's most euphoric highs....The album's middle section continues to impress with the savagely boisterous 'Run With The Wolves'..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.102) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The highlight has to be the hinged 'Take Me To The Hospital,' which marries ecstasy rush-triggering rave in the style of 'Out Of Space' to a vicious industrial 'Firestarter' back line."0.313425

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Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.82) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (8/7/97, pp.59-60) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...packs all the visceral punch of rock at its incendiary best....populist electro punk that serves as a perfect Brit counterpart to the industrial noir of Trent Reznor or the jittery soundscapes of Wu-Tang Clan's RZA..."Spin (p.86) - "'80s planet-rock rap pushing and biting like Killing Joke art-metal, with Middle Eastern and classical parts, Breeders riffs, and an L7 cover..."Spin (1/98, p.87) - Ranked #20 on Spin's list of the "Top 20 Albums Of The Year."Spin (9/97, p.155) - 7 (out of 10) - "...maybe the best fusion of pseudo-rap and pseudo-punk since Rage Against The Machine..."Entertainment Weekly (7/11/97, pp.65-66) - "...Prodigy leader and beat master Liam Howlett has made THE FAT OF THE LAND harder, more subterranean, more diverse, and more vocal-oriented than previous Prodigy records....This is dance music not about release but aggression, making it ideal party music for the end of the century..." - Rating: BQ (6/00, p.70) - Ranked #47 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums" - "...This was Keeping It Real, Essex-style, a uniquely British spin on contemporary US influences, rooted in the dance revolution....somewhere for rock and rave to meet in pursuit of instant thrills..."Q (10/01, p.46) - Ranked #43 in Q's "Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime"Q (12/99, p.92) - Included in Q Magazine's "90 Best Albums Of The 1990s."Q (1/98, p.114) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997."Melody Maker (12/20-27/97, pp.66-67) - Ranked #13 on Melody Maker's list of 1997's "Albums Of The Year."Village Voice (2/24/98) - Ranked #29 in the Village Voice's 1997 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.NME (Magazine) (12/20-27/97, pp.78-79) - Ranked #17 in NME's 1997 Critics' Poll.NME (Magazine) (6/28/97, p.54) - "...the first block rockin' post-Oasis amyl-techno-punk album....as well as reaffirming their position as head-warping slam-kings of the pop underground, [FAT OF THE LAND] seems set to be the ultimate party soundtrack both sides of the ocean..."0.25074

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Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.82) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (8/7/97, pp.59-60) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...packs all the visceral punch of rock at its incendiary best....populist electro punk that serves as a perfect Brit counterpart to the industrial noir of Trent Reznor or the jittery soundscapes of Wu-Tang Clan's RZA..."Spin (p.86) - "'80s planet-rock rap pushing and biting like Killing Joke art-metal, with Middle Eastern and classical parts, Breeders riffs, and an L7 cover..."Spin (1/98, p.87) - Ranked #20 on Spin's list of the "Top 20 Albums Of The Year."Spin (9/97, p.155) - 7 (out of 10) - "...maybe the best fusion of pseudo-rap and pseudo-punk since Rage Against The Machine..."Entertainment Weekly (7/11/97, pp.65-66) - "...Prodigy leader and beat master Liam Howlett has made THE FAT OF THE LAND harder, more subterranean, more diverse, and more vocal-oriented than previous Prodigy records....This is dance music not about release but aggression, making it ideal party music for the end of the century..." - Rating: BQ (6/00, p.70) - Ranked #47 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums" - "...This was Keeping It Real, Essex-style, a uniquely British spin on contemporary US influences, rooted in the dance revolution....somewhere for rock and rave to meet in pursuit of instant thrills..."Q (10/01, p.46) - Ranked #43 in Q's "Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime"Q (12/99, p.92) - Included in Q Magazine's "90 Best Albums Of The 1990s."Q (1/98, p.114) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997."Melody Maker (12/20-27/97, pp.66-67) - Ranked #13 on Melody Maker's list of 1997's "Albums Of The Year."Village Voice (2/24/98) - Ranked #29 in the Village Voice's 1997 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.NME (Magazine) (12/20-27/97, pp.78-79) - Ranked #17 in NME's 1997 Critics' Poll.NME (Magazine) (6/28/97, p.54) - "...the first block rockin' post-Oasis amyl-techno-punk album....as well as reaffirming their position as head-warping slam-kings of the pop underground, [FAT OF THE LAND] seems set to be the ultimate party soundtrack both sides of the ocean..."0.25074

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Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.82) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (8/7/97, pp.59-60) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...packs all the visceral punch of rock at its incendiary best....populist electro punk that serves as a perfect Brit counterpart to the industrial noir of Trent Reznor or the jittery soundscapes of Wu-Tang Clan's RZA..."Spin (p.86) - "'80s planet-rock rap pushing and biting like Killing Joke art-metal, with Middle Eastern and classical parts, Breeders riffs, and an L7 cover..."Spin (1/98, p.87) - Ranked #20 on Spin's list of the "Top 20 Albums Of The Year."Spin (9/97, p.155) - 7 (out of 10) - "...maybe the best fusion of pseudo-rap and pseudo-punk since Rage Against The Machine..."Entertainment Weekly (7/11/97, pp.65-66) - "...Prodigy leader and beat master Liam Howlett has made THE FAT OF THE LAND harder, more subterranean, more diverse, and more vocal-oriented than previous Prodigy records....This is dance music not about release but aggression, making it ideal party music for the end of the century..." - Rating: BQ (6/00, p.70) - Ranked #47 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums" - "...This was Keeping It Real, Essex-style, a uniquely British spin on contemporary US influences, rooted in the dance revolution....somewhere for rock and rave to meet in pursuit of instant thrills..."Q (10/01, p.46) - Ranked #43 in Q's "Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime"Q (12/99, p.92) - Included in Q Magazine's "90 Best Albums Of The 1990s."Q (1/98, p.114) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997."Melody Maker (12/20-27/97, pp.66-67) - Ranked #13 on Melody Maker's list of 1997's "Albums Of The Year."Village Voice (2/24/98) - Ranked #29 in the Village Voice's 1997 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.NME (Magazine) (12/20-27/97, pp.78-79) - Ranked #17 in NME's 1997 Critics' Poll.NME (Magazine) (6/28/97, p.54) - "...the first block rockin' post-Oasis amyl-techno-punk album....as well as reaffirming their position as head-warping slam-kings of the pop underground, [FAT OF THE LAND] seems set to be the ultimate party soundtrack both sides of the ocean..."0.25074

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Entertainment Weekly (p.76) - "Howlett's infatuation with maximum-overdrive big beats and fire-alarm chaos endures on ALWAYS OUTNUMBERED, NEVER OUTGUNNED; his tracks are on perpetual orange-level alert." - Grade: B-Mojo (Publisher) (p.92) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[I]t's good to hear such scabrous, punishing beats at a time when they're the last things on most groups' minds..."0.3303736

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