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Always Outnumbered...

....Never Outgunned, the new Prodigy album is out Monday. Their last album, 'The Fat Of The Land' hit no.1 in 23 countries on 1st week of release, a chart feat I doubt even the Beatles ever claimed.

Will 'Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned' reach similar dizzy heights? Worth the hype? You decide.




James Hyman's in-depth interview with Liam airs on Xfm's 'Rinse', Friday September 3rd, featuring plenty of new Prodigy tracks, classics, Liam choosing musical influences plus Kiss's Gene Simmons 'Firestarter' cover!!

Listen to interview HERE after Xfm broadcast.

Posted on August 17, 2004 at 10:08 AM
I Robot & Warp Visions

DJ'd last Wednesday alongside Jazzy Jeff at Fabric for I-Robot UK premiere starring Will Smith.

Jazzy took over my warm-up, delivering a blistering party set with Will Smith beaming ecstatically from a balcony above in the tightly guarded 3-levelled VIP area.

[Jazzy Jeff/Fabric Pictures - James Gillham]

I only regret ditching most of my vinyl for CD when watching someone like Jazzy Jeff at work; practically ever track he dropped received loud cheers. Plenty of 2 x copies that cut up classics like Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" plus solid live mixing too e.g. Big Daddy Kane's "Raw" slammed over Justin Timberlake.

Slight pressure when I took over with crowd at fever pitch but hey, RinseMaster rinsed it, climaxing with an eclectic mix including the Prodigy's "No Good", The Streets' "Fit But You Know It" & Hayseed Dixie's country-cover of The Darkness's "I Believe In A Thing Called Love".

And the film? Super-slick Summer Sci-Fi. The robots bear striking similarity to Chris Cunningham's cyber-creations for Bjork's "All Is Full Of Love" video.



Talking of Chris Cunningham, check his groundbreaking & terrifying promos (Aphex Twin's 'Come To Daddy', 'Windowlicker' & Squarepusher's 'Come On My Selector' etc.) included on long overdue Warp DVD, spanning 15 years of video from the seminal Sheffield label. I did enjoy documenting & broadcasting all Warp's visual ouput during my MTV years when producing/directing 'The Party Zone' which included a rare TV interview with Aphex Twin at 1996's Big Love Festival & World Premieres for Chris Cunningham's 'Come To Daddy' & 'Windowlicker'; Chris said the sequencing/programming of MTV's Party Zone was his inspiration for 'Windowlicker'.

Posted on August 10, 2004 at 06:30 PM

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