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Published 2 years ago with 5 Comments

The Prodigy - 'Breathe'

Genre - Electronic

 

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  • fastloris
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    A great song that always takes me back to around the time it came out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AavbeT7jTms is another favorite from that album.

    • Saffire
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      Yes! Totally! This, Breath, and Smack My Bitch Up made that album IMO, they're just so insanely good! Especially for its time.

  • Urgz
    +2

    The video is just as awesome as this track. You wouldn't say that it's been 19 years (!!!).

    • Saffire
      +2

      I know, right‽‽‽ The Prodigy was so far ahead of his time in the electronic music scene. Definitely one of the most influential early pioneers of the genre, I'd say.

      • Urgz
        +2

        Although "Out of space" was the first single I heard of them back in 1992, it was "No good" that really got me hooked about two or three years later. Fat Of The Land was one of those 'albums of my generation', right next to albums like RATM's self titled, Green Day's 'Dookie' and The Offspring's 'Smash'. No party without Fat Of The Land.

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