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The Fat Of The Land
The Fat of the Land is the third studio album by English electronic music group The Prodigy. It was first released on 30 June 1997 by XL Recordings in the United Kingdom and on 1 July 1997 by Maverick Records in the United States.
The album received critical acclaim and topped the UK Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200. It has sold over 10 million copies worldwide as of 2019.
The Trip Home
The Crystal Method
The Trip Home is the sixth studio album by American electronic music act The Crystal Method and the first solo album by Scott Kirkland.
Come To Daddy
Come to Daddy is an extended play by British electronic music artist Richard D. James, released under his main pseudonym Aphex Twin. The EP's lead single, and the first track on the EP, "Come to Daddy [Pappy Mix]"—often simply called "Come to Daddy"—is one of Aphex Twin's best-known songs; it peaked at number 36 on the UK Singles Chart.
The Day Is My Enemy
The Day Is My Enemy is the sixth studio album by English electronic music group The Prodigy. It was released on 30 March 2015 by record labels Take Me to the Hospital/Cooking Vinyl in the UK and Three Six Zero Music/Warner Bros. Records in the United States.
Recorded across a timespan of six years, the album marks the first time that band members Maxim and Keith Flint have been actively involved in the songwriting process. The album title is a reference to the Cole Porter song "All Through the Night", in particular its lyrics "the day is my enemy, the night my friend", although it is the Ella Fitzgerald version that first inspired the title track.
Due to a general lack of interest and time spent in making them, The Day Is My Enemy was initially speculated by the band to be their last album as they would shift towards releasing EPs, however the band would sign a worldwide record publishing deal with BMG Rights Management in September 2017, with the intent to release a follow-up album in 2018.
Invaders Must Die
Invaders Must Die is the fifth studio album by English electronic dance music group The Prodigy. The album was released on 23 February 2009 on the band's new record label Take Me to the Hospital, and was distributed by Cooking Vinyl.
The album was a commercial success, faring better than Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned. In contrast to the commercial performance, critical reaction to the album was mixed. It has spawned four singles, including the title track, "Omen", "Warrior's Dance", and "Take Me to the Hospital".
Hold Your Colour
Hold Your Colour is the debut studio album by the Australian drum and bass band Pendulum, released on 25 July 2005 and later reissued in 2007 by Breakbeat Kaos. The album was mastered by Stuart Hawkes at Metropolis in London. The album features collaborations with artists such as the DJs Fresh and TC, the MCs $pyda and Fats, vocalists from bands Freestylers and Halogen, and guitarists from bands Karnivool and Concord Dawn, together with Peredur ap Gwynedd.
Between II Worlds
Between II Worlds is the second studio album by the British electronic music group Nero. Like its predecessor ''Welcome Reality'', the album is a concept album and was released on 11 September 2015 by Virgin EMI Records, MTA Records and Interscope Records.
In Silico is the second studio album by Australian drum and bass band Pendulum, released in Australia and Europe on 12 May 2008 by Warner Bros. Records and in the United States a day later by Atlantic Records. The album represents a change in sound for the band from their debut album Hold Your Colour away from drum and bass, incorporating more rock and electronic influences. The album peaked at #2 on the UK Albums Chart on 18 May 2008. Singles from the album include "Granite", "Propane Nightmares", "The Other Side" and "Showdown". Mini discs of the song "The Tempest" were thrown out to the audience of the "Project Rev" live show.
The expression "in silico", from which the album's title is derived, means performed on computer or via computer simulation. However group member Gareth McGrillen also commented on the way it plays upon Nirvana's well-known album title In Utero and thus carries extra shades of meaning related to being "born synthetically", thus explaining the album's cover design of a baby or fetus displayed inside a circular design representing a synthetic ovum.
Voodoo-U (Special Remastered Band Edition)
Lords of Acid
Voodoo-U is the second studio album from Belgian electronic band Lords of Acid. It was released in 1994 on Rick Rubin's American Recordings label. The album begins the band's move from the rave sounds of predecessor Lust to a heavier, industrial music style. Lyrically the band maintains their outrageous, sex-and-drugs themes. Lead vocal duties on Voodoo-U are performed by Ruth McArdle and backing vocals by Jade 4U, while some songs feature only Jade 4U. The album's first single, "The Crab Louse" is an ode to pubic lice.
The album's cover art was available in both a censored and uncensored version — the uncensored version featuring nude, fluorescent-orange-colored lesbian devils having a sexual orgy. The artwork was designed by American hot-rod artist Coop.
Although not as universally praised as debut album Lust, Voodoo-U earned positive reviews from music critics. With this album Lords of Acid ventured on their first world headlining tour with a full backing band.
Voodoo-U was re-issued again with bonus tracks. As was the case with Lust, Voodoo-U was re-issued in 2001 as a "Stript" version, with all vocals removed.
You've Come A Long Way, Baby
You've Come a Long Way, Baby is the second studio album by English electronic music producer Fatboy Slim. It was first released on 19 October 1998 in the United Kingdom by Skint Records and a day later in the United States by Astralwerks. Cook recorded and produced the album at his home studio in Brighton, known as the House of Love, using an Atari ST computer, Creator software, and floppy disks. Its cover photo was originally taken at the 1983 Fat People’s Festival in Danville, Virginia; it was changed to an image of shelves stacked with records for its North American release.
You've Come a Long Way, Baby proved to be Cook's global breakthrough album, peaking at number one on the UK Albums Chart and number 34 on the US Billboard 200. Praised by critics for its sound and style, the album brought international attention to Cook, earning him a Brit Award in 1999, and was later certified four times platinum by the BPI and platinum by the RIAA.
On The Next Beat
FX, Vol. 3
Smack My Bitch Up
Into The Night
We Can Make The World Stop
The Glitch Mob
The Chemical Brothers
Beginning Do You Love
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