The Prodigy - Experience (XLCD110) (1992) [FLAC]


Artist: The Prodigy
Album: Experience
Label: XL Recordings
Catalog #: XLCD110
Source: CD
Genre: Electronic
Language: English
Retail Date: 1992-09-21
Rip Tool: EAC 1.0 Beta 3
Encoder: FLAC 1.2.1 -8 -V
Quality: 881 kbps 44.1KHz
_Release Notes
One of the few noncompilation rave albums of any worth, Experience balances a
supply of top-this siren whistles and chipmunk divas with Liam Howlett's
surprising flair for constructing track after track of intense breakbeat
techno. Almost every song sounds like a potential chart-topper (circa 1992, of
course) while the true singles "Your Love," "Charly," "Music Reach," and "Out
of Space" add that extra bit of energy to the fray. More than just a relic of
the rave experience, Experience shows the Prodigy near the peak of their game
from the get-go.
Hi AUDIO. Much love <3
_Track List
01 Jericho 3:43
02 Music Reach (1-2-3-4) 4:12
03 Wind It Up 4:33
04 Your Love (Remix) 5:31
05 Hyperspeed (G-Force Part 2) 5:15
06 Charly (Trip Into Drum And Bass Version) 5:12
07 Out Of Space 4:58
08 Everybody In The Place (155 And Rising) 4:10
09 Weather Experience 8:04
10 Fire (Sunrise Version) 4:58
11 Ruff In The Jungle Bizness 5:09
12 Death Of The Prodigy Dancers (Live) 3:43


admin - 14 years 3 months ago

This amazing album was truly the kick start for me and many others i"m sure, although i first heard it in the summer of 1995.
The remarkable thing about the whole album in general, is that,with all its sampels of breaks, piano breakdowns, pitched up female voices and of course the ragga vocals, the funny thing is that, there is not an "Amen" break sample to be heard in any track.
All in all this album is the best CD, ever cross this earth it is the root off all styles, concerning the oldskool/jungle rave era.
Today after 12 years of listening to this album, it still gives me goosbumps...each and every time i play it!
Actually i played it, just an hour ago, and as it is titled "The Experience", its truly is an experience even if one would play it 50 years later - Timeless!