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.
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Album · 1997 · 10 Songs. Music for the Jilted Generation.
Band Name The Prodigy. Album Name The Fat of the Land.
Today we revisit the Prodigy’s . Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today we revisit the Prodigy’s . invasion with 1997’s The Fat Of the Land. Before the turn of the millennium, a multiracial trio of British ravers topped the American charts with Smack My Bitch Up, a smash that, depending on your point of view, was either revolting or revolutionary. It was one part scatological genius Kool Keith of the legendary Ultramagnetic MCs; one part beloved SP-1200 sampler; one part Rage Against the Machine
Samples used by The Prodigy. A comprehensive list of samples that The Prodigy have used in their The Fat Of The Land album and live shows in that era. Breathe. Sample: Swords clashing Taken from: Wu-Tang Clan - "Da Mystery of Chessboxin" from the album called "36 Chambers". there has been lots of rumors that Liam has made these sounds with his own swords, but it's not true). Sample: drums in the end Taken from:Little Richard - "The Rill Thing" (1970). Sample: Guitar sample Taken from: John Barry's James Bond score.
In stock now for same day shipping. XL. Format: 2xLP Cat: XLLP 121 Released: 29 Jun 97 Genre: Breakbeat.
FAT OF THE LAND was nominated for a 1998 Grammy for Best Rock Album. Among the most anticipated releases of 1997, The Prodigy's third full-length album is a bulldozing rock-techno hybrid. But while the -beats mosaic that made "Firestarter" an MTV breakout are found in every nook and cranny of this album, the overall building blocks are far more diverse, making it a tangible melting pot of pre-millennium pop styles. There's a definite hip-hop element here