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The Prodigy - No Tourists (November 2nd, 2018) Album

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by amorningofsleep, Jul 20, 2018.

  1. amorningofsleep

    I came. I saw. I -kzzkt-.

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    via BMG/Take Me to the Hospital

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    Tracklisting:
    1. Need Some1
    2. Track 2
    3. Track 3
    4. Track 4
    5. Track 5
    6. Track 6
    7. Track 7
    8. Track 8
    9. Track 9
    10. Track 10

     
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  2. cherrywaves

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    Used to be obsessed with them as a kid. Never listened to the last album but this song is pretty cool, takes me back
     
  3. mellohart

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    News has come in this morning in the UK that Keith Flint has been found dead at his home in Essex. He was 49 years old.
     
  4. PauLo

    43% Burnt

    The Fat of the Land was a huge album for me in my early teens. I know Keith's contributions on the whole was minimal musically, his style and attitude is what made the band what it is.

    Rest in Power, Keith.
     
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  5. cherrywaves

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    Damn :( RIP
     
  6. riotspray

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    Fuuuuuuuuck. Way too young to go. Anyone know what happened?

    Selfishly I'm bummed because I was FINALLY after like 20 years, gonna get to see them live in May, but on a real note, this is super sad. I hope he and his loved ones find peace.
     
  7. mellohart

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    Sadly, the band Instagram has confirmed it was suicide.
     
  8. Henry

    LISTEN TO CHAI Moderator

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  9. wordzanddreamz

    and a millions screams... Supporter

    Add me to the list of people that Fat of the Land was a big influence on. I'll be spinning it all day today.
     
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  10. riotspray

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    Man this really sucks. Between this and Brody last week, it's just too much.
     
  11. NJPunkMusic

    Die rad.

    So bummed about this. I was a huge Prodigy fan since 1997. I even dressed up as Keith for Halloween that year. No one in my seventh grade class had a clue who I was. Fat of the Land is still such an amazing album and their last album they just released was great. I suggest any Prodigy fan check it out. The saddest part for me is I always wanted to see them live and it was going to happen in two months. My friends and I had tickets to see their NYC show in May. I can only assume it will be cancelled. RIP Mr Flint.
     
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  12. PauLo

    43% Burnt

    I can’t remember seeing them live, but I’m sure I’ve been to a few Reading fests when they were playing but criminally never actually saw them. I did however see his short lived band Flint at the first ever Download fest. Can’t remember much about it musically, but he was super energetic despite the fact next to no one knew any of the tunes.

    Was just listening to “Jilted...” and my god Poison is such a fucking great track. Proper goosebumps listening to it for the first time in years.
     
  13. Horrorca

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    rip

    he was / they were a force to be reckoned live
     
  14. Horrorca

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    also Lupe Fiasco’s ig tribute is golden

     
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  15. somethingwitty

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    Such an influential act...Prodigy, Chemical Brothers, Crystal Method, and Moby were all part of that mid 90's resurgence that helped bring dance music to the US in a major way.

    The amount of energy that they put into their shows was insane.
     
  16. cherrywaves

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    I have distinct memories of coming across a poster of him FOTL-era in a FYE when I was 5, and promptly bursting into tears because I was so scared
     
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  17. cherrywaves

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    But seriously all their albums (at least up until Invaders) were so disctinct and awesome, and they (plus NIN) were one of the first bands where I felt that I had to collect every release that they put out. Definitely challenging, but still a great experience. Have a hard time believing that they’re still going to continue touring, but if they decide to carry on I’m going to try my best to make it to the Boston show
     
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  18. Rowan5215

    An inconsequential shift as the continents drift.

    so gutted, Fat of the Land is one of the greatest albums in any genre. Invaders was such a good comeback too, that thing was wall to wall bangers. RIP
     
  19. ItsAndrew

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    What is the best way to get into The Prodigy?
     
  20. cherrywaves

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    Jilted Generation or Fat of the Land

    Honestly I’d say start from the beginning because their evolution is really cool and spans such a wide spectrum of electronic music