No Tourists - The Prodigy

No Tourists

The Prodigy

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2018-11-02
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: GBR
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Need Some1 The Prodigy 2:42 GBP 0.99
2
Light Up the Sky The Prodigy 3:19 GBP 0.99
3
We Live Forever The Prodigy 3:43 GBP 0.99
4
No Tourists The Prodigy 4:18 GBP 0.99
5
Fight Fire with Fire (feat. Ho The Prodigy 3:28 GBP 0.99
6
Timebomb Zone The Prodigy 3:24 GBP 0.99
7
Champions of London The Prodigy 4:49 GBP 0.99
8
Boom Boom Tap The Prodigy 4:05 GBP 0.99
9
Resonate The Prodigy 3:50 GBP 0.99
10
Give Me a Signal (feat. Barns The Prodigy 4:01 GBP 0.99

Reviews

  • Banging!!!!

    5
    By Superchar221
    The more you listen to it the more you love it!!!
  • Well done Liam and bros

    5
    By Seanseaney
    End to end classic Prodigy. Massive production and mastered to the hilt. Great to hear the huge saw bass arps again and the sped vocals. At a good volume with the right speakers every track can make you loose your breath with the sub bass. It don't get any better. My first listen brought me to tears. Took me right back to the early to middle nighties, the air filled filled with illegality. 11 outa 10 for me. Civil unrest.
  • Quality

    5
    By FunkMan69
    This is a great album. It's been a while since I've bought an album and not been able to stop listening to it. Its remenicent of their older stuff but still sounds fresh. Of their 3 more recent albums this is definitely top in my book!
  • Lost their way

    1
    By Radiohead Thief
    I’ve just written a very similar review for Muse’s new album. It’s all false progression. People arguing that the rage is bubbling at the top but all I hear is a Korg synth pushes through a massive amount of distortion. I’ve been a huge fan of The Prodigy since 1995. Every album has been a cracker tight up until The Day Is My Enemy. It signalled that start of distortion and overdrive rather than technical substance. Liam used to be clever; look at all the different samples used on Experience and Jilted, even multiple samples on one track, cleverly woven together to create a multi layered sound. Not anymore; distorted synth, heavy bass and drums, with Keith and Maxim shouting repeated phrases. Gutted. Please try harder guys, stop touring and start spending more time in the studio.
  • Bangers!

    4
    By swivswivel
    Really enjoying listening to this, just imagining how great the tracks will sound live. My only gripe is they are really short. Clearly these tracks would work on any dance floor but mixing them in and out when they only last a few minutes is tough and wouldn’t do them justice.
  • Boom Boom Top

    5
    By Mavros99
    I've been a Prodigy fan from the beginning..another great record, Mr Howlett can do no wrong! Keep them coming :)
  • Best album since fat of the land

    5
    By kenieboy1982
    Amazing, mind blowing Going to 4 gigs this month because it’s soooooooo good 🐜👍🏼
  • Brilliant!

    5
    By Jo66
    Very happy to hear this album!
  • Avoid

    1
    By _Christopher90
    This album sounds 15-20 years too late. Give it a miss.
  • Disappointment!

    2
    By The Wev
    Wow, ok by Prodigy standards that was a massive let down. It all sounds too samey and sounds like other commercial dance trash out there right now, its not bad music production wise, but kind of sounds like anyone came up with it and just doesnt have the edgy, cutting edge quality youd expect from these guys. But of course fanboys will love this regardlesss and if these are the standards they hare happy wth its no wonder this album doesnt rise to the occasion. Big shame.

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