Baby's Got a Temper" is a song by English electronica group The Prodigy, released as a non-album single in July 2002 by record labels XL and Maverick. It was the band's first single in five years after 1997's "Smack My Bitch Up", and was also their first release after dancer Leeroy Thornhill left the band in 2000. The single, as well as the accompanying music video, was controversial, and was met with a negative response from critics
Baby’s Got a Temper was released in 2002, initially intended to support their album Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned. However, the single was poorly received, and Liam Howlett himself said he disliked it. This helps to explain why the album would be released only two years later, after being reworked, and without this track. Consequently, Baby’s Got a Temper became kind of a black sheep in the band’s catalogue, and it would be one of their few singles until then not to be included on their 2005 compilation Their Law – The Singles 1990-2005. Baby's Got a Temper Q&A.
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This version has a gatefold cardboard sleeve with the disc mounted on a polystyrene foam stub glued to the inside rear panel. Original release with Technicolor matrix can be found here. Original release with MPO Broadcrest matrix can be found here.
Album: Baby's Got a Temper EP (2002). Charted: 5. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This was The Prodigy's first newly released record for five years. At the time there was much anticipation to see what Liam Howlett and company could come up with half a decade after their commercially successful but controversial "Firestarter" and "Smack My Bitch Up" singles. However this song was panned by the critics and Howlett later admitted it was a mistake. He told Clash magazine: "It wasn't a record I liked at all (laughs). I must have liked it at the time it went out, but I knew it wasn't a sonic reflection of where the band were heading
Band Name The Prodigy. Album Name Baby's Got a Temper. Erscheinungsdatum 2002. aby's Got a Temper (Main Mix). aby's Got a Temper (Dub Mix). aby's Got a Temper (Instrumental).
Baby's Got a Temper" was the third EP released by the British electronic band The Prodigy on 1 July 2002. It was the band's first song in five years, following "Smack My Bitch Up" in 1997, and only their second that was not an album track. It was also their first release after dancer Leeroy Thornhill left the band in 2000. Right Here Right Now. Fatboy Slim.