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  • Audio CD (Oct. 18 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Best of, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: XL Recordings
  • ASIN: B000A0ULXQ
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1. 1 Firestarter
2. 2 Their Law
3. 3 Breathe
4. 4 Out Of Space
5. 5 Smack My Bitch Up
6. 6 Poison
7. 7 Girls
8. 8 Voodoo People
9. 9 Charly
10. 10 No Good (start the dance)
11. 11 Spitfire
12. 12 Jericho
13. 13 Everybody In the Place
14. 14 One Love
15. 15 Hot Ride
16. 16 Out Of Space (Audio Bullys Remix) (Bonus track)

Product Description

ince their formation in 1990 The Prodigy have released four albums, numerous singles, been Number 1 in 27 countries simultaneously with their incomparable Fat Of The Land masterpiece (still one of the fastest selling albums of all time), toured the world with their incendiary live show, made groundbreaking videos, shaken things up musically and socially and been unafraid to court controversy. And they’ve always done it in their own formidable way, as highlighted on Their Law – The Singles 1990-2005.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good May 28 2009
By Kim SB - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I liked this compilation, it has all the hits I was looking for. I am not a hard core fan, so this is good enough for me.
18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Essential Album. March 20 2006
By Michael Okrent - Published on
Format: Audio CD
As a huge fan of The Prodigy, it's hard to find the right way to review this phenomenal collection. Do I review it as a fan or as a casual music lover? Because this album spans their entire career I think it's necessary that this review also span what brought us to this point at least.

Most Americans only have a passing knowledge or memory of the Prodigy when they seemingly invaded MTV and the radio airwaves in the late nineties with their monster hits "Firestarter", "Breathe", and the hugely controversial "Smack My Bitch Up". If you haven't heard of them since, it's not your fault. Following the milestone release of "Fat of the Land", which went number one in forty countries, The Prodigy went into a long hibernation. Prior to "The Fat of The Land", however, The Prodigy made a name for themselves in the underground rave scene of the late eighties and early nineties with the 1992 release of "Experience", followed by the hugely successful "Music for the Jilted Generation" which featured, what many consider the Prodigy's calling card, the single 'Voodoo People', made popular by the cult film "Hackers".

In 2002, seemingly out of nowhere, The Prodigy released the single "Baby's Got A Temper" and it seemed that after a five-year absence, the Prodigy were back in form. That single, however, was to be the last gasp of a dying era. Leading man Liam Howlett (not the guy with the horns) decided that particular single to be his 'wake up call' that a change was due. Not content with trying to rehash the success of "Fat of the Land" with a sequel, Liam scrapped the work he had done on a follow up album and started anew, sans vocalists Keith Flint (the one with the horns) and Maxim.

After a seven-year hiatus, "Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned" was released in late 2004 with hardly any American publicity. The album was poorly received by most, being a spiritually solo effort on the part of Liam Howlett with only a handful of outside collaborators, it was perhaps a departure from what many expected from the mad mind who unleashed "Fat of the Land" upon the world. That sentiment, however, is a testament to the essence of The Prodigy. Unlike other bands who are content with treading on the same waters of success, The Prodigy have always forced themselves to evolve and push the envelope and that is precisely what keeps their fans coming back for more after sixteen years.

"Their Law: The Singles" is a mix of many styles and genres that are almost impossible to define or categorize. You shouldn't try either. The music is daring and wild and truly inspired. From the rave era classics "Out of Space" and "Charly", to the sinister, hip hop inspired favorite "Poison", all the way to the recent World War 3 inspired epic "Spitfire", you really cannot find a single boring track. The one glaring omission from the album, "Baby's got a Temper", is missed, but in the grand scheme of things, The Prodigy present to us their proudest efforts. Disc two features two new tracks, various b-sides, a few unreleased remixes, and a taste of what the Prodigy can do as a live act with four live recorded tracks. These extras compliment the first disc well and while a casual fan may not realize the significance of the tracks, the second disc is just as hard hitting and furious as the first.

In terms of historical importance, I dare say that The Prodigy are on a level with The Clash as one the most influential bands of our time. If you've never bought a Prodigy record before, buy this album. If you only own "Fat of the Land", buy this album. No matter what kind of music you enjoy, buy this album, put it your home or car stereo, and turn the volume up, all the way up. Let your whole neighborhood hear it. And, if your system is up to par, let them feel it as well. They'll never know what hit them.
4.0 out of 5 stars A Solid Anthology Oct. 1 2009
By D. A. Theisen - Published on
Format: Audio CD
At last we have new album in 2009, but for a few years this album is what many expected would be the last offering from the inventors of modern punk and shock value music. From top to bottom, disc one is a rundown of major singles (as the name implies, of course)... for long-time fans or people who have been around since the roots of electronica it feels like a trip down memory lane. After all, it's been almost 2 decades (jeez) since their initial splash, and a lot of our original CDs are probably lost or scratched or stolen by now. Here's an easy remedy. Though entirely expected, more casual fans will be happy to hear ear-bleeding controversials like 'Firestarter' once again.

Disc two is strictly for fans but is really a great collection of B-Sides and rare remixes that you would have needed to import UK singles to get in the past in North America to hear. Not really the quality of the major studio singles, but a polite nod to fans. Quite enjoyable is a run of 5 tracks performed live which will leave a smile on your face when you think about how much you might have enjoyed the music... be it a decade ago or ever since. Taking the time listening through several times really presents a great view of the progressive and unconventional style over the years, and it's interesting to piece together where certain influences have mixed into today's music of all genres.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Check with the seller first if you are going after Disc 2 April 25 2013
By C.Y. Lai - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Amazon needs to fix the confusion between the production detail and the track listing

Product Details
Audio CD (February 7, 2006)
Original Release Date: 2005
Number of Discs: 1 <================================================================
Label: Xl Recordings

Track Listings

Disc: 1
1. Firestarter - The Prodigy
2. Their Law - The Prodigy
3. Breathe - The Prodigy
4. Out Of Space - The Prodigy
5. Smack My Bitch Up - The Prodigy
6. Poison - The Prodigy
7. Girls - The Prodigy
8. Voodoo People - The Prodigy
9. Charly - The Prodigy
10. No Good - The Prodigy
See all 15 tracks on this disc

Disc: 2 <========================================================================
1. Razor
2. Back 2 Skool
3. Voodoo People (Pendulum Remix)
4. Under My Wheels (Remix)
5. No Man Army
6. Molotov Bitch
7. Voodoo Beats
8. Out of Space (Audio Bullys Remix)
9. The Way It Is (Live Remix)
10. We Are The Ruffest - The Prodigy
See all 16 tracks on this disc

Bought one from MovieMars and only received Disc 1, which I assumed is the regular version of the album, Disc 2 is likely to be the limited edition or bonus disc for different versions. If you are getting this album for tracks on Disc 2, I would strongly recommand you email the seller first to confirm before you buy. However, the tracks on disc 1 are awesome! too bad I had them all already.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Their Law, My Satisfaction March 20 2006
By Heitor Manuel Santos - Published on
Format: Audio CD
It's something unusual for me to buy compilations from my favourite bands; most of the times they are not destined for those who already have the original records and so I generally see it as a waste of money just for a couple of remixes or new tracks you can easily get separately these days; even more unusual is to play compilations for more than a few days... But that's not the case here - I'm listening to Their Law: The Singles for a 2nd week on a row and things tend to carry on like this in the near future.
The look of the box did one part of the job on the store; the presence of a 2nd CD with live material on it did the other. All landmark tracks from The Prodigy can be found on disc 1 - if possible I would only add the rest of the tracks of "The Fat of the Land" but for that is better to get the album, of course... As for disc 2, the remix of "Voodoo People" gives this classic a second life and - speaking about second life, all 5 live-songs are tremendous (Their Law in particular!), raising their original power even further. Excellent compilation!