1. The Prodigy - Wake The Fuck Up
  2. Queens Of The Stone Age - Feel Good Hit Of The Summer
  3. Public Enemy - Welcome To The Terrordome
  4. The Third Bardo - I'm Five Years Ahead Of My Time
  5. Vatican DC - Smiling Dogs
  6. Dolly Parton - Jolene
  7. P.I.L - Rise
  8. Max Romeo - I Chase The Devil
  9. Meat Beat Manifesto - Radio Babylon
  10. Wood Allen - Airport '89
  11. Method Man - Release Yourself (Prodigy Mix)
  12. Noreaga - Nothing
  13. The Specials - A Message To You Rudy
  14. The Stranglers - Peaches
  15. The Jam - In The City
  16. ELO - Living Thing

Liam Prodigy - Back To Mine

Label: DMC Music| Release Date: 2/13/2006

It's undoubtedly the original and best "influences" series, and having showcased 22 of the best and most revered artists - from Groove Armada, Underworld, to New Order and most recently Roots Manuva - the Back To Mine series returns with Prodigy mainman and chemical beats impresario – Liam Howlett. Featuring an exclusive track from The Prodigy themselves, in addition to selections from Meat Beat Manifesto, Public Enemy and even Dolly Parton, it's further evidence that these albums are amongst the most varied and eclectic out there. Want more details? Look no further..

2005 has been yet another massive year for The Prodigy, releasing 'Their Law – The Singles 1990-2005' in October and their current massive UK tour. Packed with 15 genre defining singles the retrospective is a must have, and now is your chance to get inside the heart and mind of one of dance music's most pioneering and revered producers, as Liam Prodigy invites you back to his for the latest volume of DMC's acclaimed 'Back To Mine' series.

Kicking off in explosive style with the exclusive Prodigy track 'Wake The Fuck Up', you are left in no doubt as to when this afterhours party starts. Right now. It's a party starter, twisted party starter, and as Liam says "It's kind of drum and bass punk rock. Its only gonna be ever available on this record."

"The idea that a Back To Mine compilation should be mellow makes me laugh. Surely the fun begins when you get home! Sometimes it's so good I don't bother going out. Diversity is the key for me, that's just what I'm about." - Liam Howlett

It's undoubtedly the original-and-best "influences" series, and having showcased some 22 of the most revered and interesting favourite artists, the beauty of this series of compilations is you get a feel for what's shaped the creative process for the hosts' own material. With that in mind, it's easy to see why PiL ("This is one of my all time favourite records. It always finds its way on to the decks at some point in the night . Of course I love the pistols but Lydon proved he was versatile and could move on. It’s so uplifting to me but still unhinged . One of the only 1980’s pop songs I truly love.") and Meat Beat Manifesto are on there, but who'd have thought that the King of Gnarl would have a penchant for Dolly Parton ("In a time when a lot of modern music is bass obsessed (including me) this record has none! When I played it at a party round mine her voice just sounded so pure that it just soared above everything else. Everybody was asking me what the fuck it was. I said it was just a great record – I didn't want to scare them off!"!

"“I put this record together because it’s like a photo album to me. 20 years of musical inspiration, memories and good times. Something to keep." – Liam Howlett

With a truly inspired selection encompassing the best of old and new, banging and serene, Liam Howlett invites you step in to his world.
For an hour or so at least…


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