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Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned Import, Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 14 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: XL
  • ASIN: B0002M5T16
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

1. Spitfire
2. Girls
3. Memphis Bells
4. Get Up Get Off
5. Hot Ride
6. Wake Up Call
7. Action Radar
8. Medusa's Path
9. Phoenix
10. You'll Be Under My Wheels
11. The Way It Is
12. Shootdown
13. More Girls


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By Kiwi on Aug. 27 2004
Format: Audio CD
Yeah, though I'm not a Huge Prodigy fan, tracks 04 and 09 are great!
Go the Prodigy!
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When 1997 hit, it was led by The Prodigy. Liam Howlett's genius blending of punk and electronic dance music was a surefire smash from the early 90s, right up to 97's FAT OF THE LAND. While it represented the finest pinnacle of The Prodigy's massive dancehall success, it also set the bar so high that no one, not even Howlett himself, could surpass it.

What followed was 5 years of dead silence, with Howlett refusing to release any new material for fear of it sounding too much like a rehash of previous efforts. After the shaky single release of 'Baby's Got A Temper,' Howlett scrapped all work done on the forthcoming new album, ALWAYS OUTNUMBERED, NEVER OUTGUNNED. The album finally dropped in 2004, but it was a definite switchup from the window-shattering sonic boom that was FAT OF THE LAND.

In fact, the only song on the album which truly pays homage to its predecessor is 'Spitfire,' the very first song. What follows afterward is a creative collection of tunes that never seem sure of their own footing. 'Girls' is a catchy enough number, but it best belongs in the back catalog of a lesser electronic band. 'Memphis Bells' is an annoyingly mundane offering that smacks of writer's block. 'Get Up, Got Off' and 'Hotride' attempt to bring Howlett's dark dance grooves to the forefront, but both fall short of what would be considered excellence from a man so uniquely talented. It's unfortunately very true: AO,NO is an album that waited far too long to hit turntables, and it shows. Howlett is quite clearly stuck between a rock and a hard place...unable to conjure up the delicious happy rave of EXPERIENCE, the viciously rebellious MUSIC FOR THE JILTED GENERATION, or the rich sonic tapestries of FAT OF THE LAND.
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I wrote a review about this before, luckily it never got posted. I changed my mind on giving it five stars. Why? Because it could have been a lot better. There are 3 or 4 good songs and the rest of them are either okay or crap. Don't get me wrong I have been a fan of Prodigy for a long time and I think Howlett is great, but this cd is nothing like The Fat of the Land or any of his past ones. I give him support for trying something new, but I wasn't impressed. The great thing about Howlett is that he doesn't give a damn about people who don't like his work.
So would I go buy the cd? YES, I would. Even though it is different, it's still good. There's songs that have really good bass, beat and pump you up. The rappers sound awesome, the singers for the other hand could of sounded better, but all well. Maybe the rest of them will get back together again. LET HOPE FOR THE BEST.
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