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"Change? Never. You can evolve, add things, but why would you want to change? What’s the point?" Liam Howlett, the brains behind The Prodigy, was very clear in 2015 upon the release of The Day is My Enemy, the last album from the British group who created a fierce mix of techno, jungle, punk and hip-hop know as big beat at the start of the 90s. This new album confirms that the trio still don’t plan on straying from their path, the path of making infernal noise with the objective of blowing up the stage.


Mutant synth gimmicks, motor engine-like noise, brutal bass-lines, punchy intros, thrashing guitars: like all Prodigy albums No Tourists is like running through a blitz. Partly put together in hotel rooms, the album also includes a collaboration with New Jersey punk-rap duo Ho99o9 on the track Fight Fire with Fire, a riot rallying call on which Howlett dives deep into the hardcore. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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1
Need Some1
00:02:42

The Prodigy, Composer, MainArtist

© 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited ℗ 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

2
Light Up the Sky
00:03:19

Liam Howlett, Composer, Writer - The Prodigy, Composer, MainArtist - Keith Palmer, Composer, Writer - Jiri Schelinger, Composer, Writer - Olly Burden, Composer, Writer

© 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited ℗ 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

3
We Live Forever
00:03:43

Liam Howlett, Composer, Writer - The Prodigy, Composer, MainArtist - Keith Thornton, Composer, Writer - Maurice Smith, Composer, Writer - Robert Chetcuti, Composer, Writer - Cedric Miller, Composer, Writer - Keith Camilleri, Composer, Writer - Trevor Randolph, Composer, Writer

© 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited ℗ 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

4
No Tourists
00:04:18

The Prodigy, Composer, MainArtist

© 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited ℗ 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

5
Fight Fire with Fire (feat. Ho99o9)
00:03:28

Liam Howlett, Composer, Writer - The Prodigy, Composer, MainArtist - Ho99o9, FeaturedArtist - Lawrence Eaddy, Composer, Writer - Jean Lebrun, Composer, Writer

© 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited ℗ 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

6
Timebomb Zone
00:03:24

Liam Howlett, Composer, Writer - The Prodigy, Composer, MainArtist - Christopher Barbosa, Composer, Writer - Edward Chisolm, Composer, Writer

© 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited ℗ 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

7
Champions of London
00:04:49

Liam Howlett, Composer, Writer - The Prodigy, Composer, MainArtist - Keith Flint, Composer, Writer - Keith Palmer, Composer, Writer

© 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited ℗ 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

8
Boom Boom Tap
00:04:05

The Prodigy, Composer, MainArtist

© 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited ℗ 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

9
Resonate
00:03:50

The Prodigy, Composer, MainArtist

© 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited ℗ 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

10
Give Me a Signal (feat. Barns Courtney)
00:04:01

The Prodigy, Composer, MainArtist - Barns Courtney, FeaturedArtist

© 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited ℗ 2018 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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"Change? Never. You can evolve, add things, but why would you want to change? What’s the point?" Liam Howlett, the brains behind The Prodigy, was very clear in 2015 upon the release of The Day is My Enemy, the last album from the British group who created a fierce mix of techno, jungle, punk and hip-hop know as big beat at the start of the 90s. This new album confirms that the trio still don’t plan on straying from their path, the path of making infernal noise with the objective of blowing up the stage.


Mutant synth gimmicks, motor engine-like noise, brutal bass-lines, punchy intros, thrashing guitars: like all Prodigy albums No Tourists is like running through a blitz. Partly put together in hotel rooms, the album also includes a collaboration with New Jersey punk-rap duo Ho99o9 on the track Fight Fire with Fire, a riot rallying call on which Howlett dives deep into the hardcore. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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