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The Prodigy - Their Law - The Singles 1990 To 2005 (DVD)

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      21.03.2012 19:21
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      An insight into the mad bad world of The Prodigy

      I miss the 90s. The 90s was, and always will be, my favourite decade for music.

      I bought this DVD off Amazon.co.uk for £3.98 and that was from a third party seller. The packaging of the DVD is the exact same packaging as the CD version, apart from the fact that this one contains videos and a live concert from Brixton Academy. This DVD contains their greatest hits from the 90s and it also has some bonus features that have a decent running time. Overall, this is a fantastic trip down memory lane.

      The quality of the audio is crystal clear. The videos are thumping and it really takes me back to my childhood. Another great thing about the DVD is that the videos are full length versions. Yes, the videos are slightly controversial, but that's what the band are all about. The DVD has a certificate of 18 which is purely down to videos such as "Smack Your B*tch Up", which contains scenes of drug and alcohol abuse.

      The concert runs for 45 minutes and it was filmed at Brixton Academy. With songs such as "Firestarter" and "Breathe" the band really know how to put on a show and I found it rather captivating to watch. The Prodigy are shocking, but in a good way. This is a very entertaining DVD and the extra bonus content allows you to see the band backstage and it takes you deep into the mad bad world of The Prodigy.

      I would recommend this DVD to fans of 90s dance culture and fans of The Prodigy of course.

      All hail Keith.


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      08.09.2008 13:53



      If you like the Prodigy you will love this!

      Their Law is the Prodigy's greatest hits album. The DVD is of a live ten song set recorded at the Brixton Academy in 1997. There are also fifteen music videos and a behind the scenes excerpt. The Brixton Academy set is a highly charged performance with great versions of everyone's favourite Prodigy songs. The set finishes with a stonking rendition of Firestarter, which is such a great tune. It includes the full music video of Firestarter which I find is very dark and suits the song perfectly. The other videos include No Good (Start The Dance) this is a absolutely banging tune and I love the video of a mini rave in what looks like a disused warehouse. Out Of Space, Breathe and a great remix of Voodoo People. The behind the scenes stuff includes a making of Firestarter which is very informative. If you have yet to buy this I would recommend going for the DVD you get all the classic songs with the great videos as well


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      14.12.2005 15:26



      A fantastic tribute to a fantastic band

      Actors The Prodigy
      Certificate 18 years and over
      Year 1990-2005
      Languages English
      Region Region 2
      This DVD features the highly acclaimed videos from 1990 right through to 2005 from the 3 piece dance band The Prodigy.
      Band Members are Liam Howlett, Keith Flint and Maxim who, for the last 15 years have been producing hit after hit of banging dance tracks.

      Even My kids love the Band although I will not let them watch the Smack my Bitch up Video with all its drug references and bad behaviour, From old school "Charly" to up to date "Girls" The prodigy use a wide range of music dance styles.

      Throughout the Videos you can see the weird and wonderful Keith Flint as he goes through hairstyle after hairstyle with my favorite being the green mowhawks on the side of his head like when you are cutting the grass and leaving a shorn patch in the middle.

      Liam Howlett is the main man behind the music with Maxim and Keith sharing the vocals although Keith was originally only a dancer for the band.

      This Dvd brings together nearly all their music videos in one place, the Videos are as follows...

      1. Firestarter
      2. Poison
      3. No Good (Start The Dance)
      4. Breathe
      5. Out Of Space
      6. Smack My B*tch Up
      7. Charly ( Remember the Tv Advert with the Cat )
      8. Spitfire
      9. Voodoo People
      10. Girls
      11. Everybody In The Place
      12. Baby's Got A Temper
      13. Wind It Up (Video)
      14. One Love (Video)

      My personal favorites are Poison, Everybody is in the place and spitfire.
      To accompany the Music videos is a live gig from Brixton Academy, London in 1997. I myself was at this concert and it comes accross almost as good as when I was there only not as loud, even when I turn my TV up to full volume. The concert lasts for a good 45 minutes and the tracks are...

      1. Smack My B*tch Up
      2. Voodoo People
      3. Voodoo Beats
      4. Their Law
      5. Funky Sh*t
      6. Breathe
      7. Serial Thrilla
      8. Mindfields
      9. Fuel My Fire
      10. Firestarter
      The Special Features are

      Spitfire (Live @ Pinkpop 2005)
      Their Law (Live @ Red Square 1997) ( The prodigy were the first western band to play in Russia )
      Break And Enter (Live @ Glastonbury 1995)
      Out Of Space (Behind The Scenes)
      Voodoo People (Behind The Scenes)
      Poison (Behind The Scenes)
      Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned (Demo Mix, Video)
      This is the name of the last prodigy album released in 1994

      If you are a hardcore fan of The Prodigy then no doubt you will be buying this Dvd but even if you are not give this a try and you might surprise yourself.

      Available form
      Play.com £11.99
      Amazon £11.24
      Dvd.co uk £10.99
      Also available at all other good stockist and some bad ones as well


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