Rockweiler was the newest track played and the most promising...sounds pretty complete with Maxim and Keith on the mic.
Don't get me wrong, I love "Music For The Jilted Generation," but the one thing that bothers me is the length of some tracks on it. I think if they waited a little longer to release it, it could have been a much more solid album because a lot of the tracks that were reworked after they started touring again were so much better than the album mixes. v=t Wezdnkc GRc Im glad they decided not to go the dub step route and do their own thing. Rockweiler, Jetfighter, and Dogbite were real songs played live BUT...Sadly, without proper tagging, they get passed along and confused as actual songs.The first disc is, of course, the collected singles, but includes new 2005 mixes of "Their Law" and "Voodoo People" along with the better versions of "Spitfire" and "Poison ('95 EQ)" and the full version of "One Love." Plus the bonus disc has some gems are there, including the cut tracks "Razor and "Back 2 Skool" from "AONO," "Molotov Bitch" from the "Firestarter" single, a faster mix of the Tom Morello collab track "No Man Army," along with Prodigy's remix of the Chemical Brothers remix of "Voodoo People" titled "Voodoo Beats," and a bunch of other goodies. And I love "Invaders Must Die," it was a great return to form energy-wise after "Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned." "Invaders Must Die" is actually my second favorite album followed by "Jilted," then "Experience," and "AONO" closing it out. For example, "Rhythm Of Life" and "We Eat Rhythm" from the "Jilted" era...
But like I said, I can listen to all of their albums... "The Big Gundown" (known as "Comanche" live) and "Mescaline" from "Invaders Must Die" era.
It was pretty cool, the place was so upscale and plush. Channel/videos I recently re-discovered The Prodigy a while back.