The ProdigyEverybody In The Place

Label:XL Recordings – XLT - 26, XL Recordings – XLT-26
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Stereo
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore


A1Everybody In The Place (Fairground Remix)5:08
A2Crazy Man4:01
AA1G-Force (Energy Flow)5:18
AA2Rip Up The Sound System4:04

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Telephone/fax numbers on label rim: 081 870 7511
Please note that there is a version without the "081" on the labels.
Found here: The Prodigy - Everybody In The Place

Produced and mixed at C.W.S. Studios
'Respect to my equipment and my mind'

℗ & © XL-Recordings 1992
Made in England
An Unknown Partnership sleeve with thanks to Alton Towers
Distributed by Warner Music UK

Spine and rear of sleeve: XLT - 26
Centre labels: XLT-26

Centre labels also credit A2,AA1,AA2 with the mix name 'Original Version'.

Incidental information:
Track A1 samples:
Vocal from M.C. Duke & Merlin - Freestyle Part 2
Music from Al Caiola & His Orchestra - For A Few Dollars More

Track A2 samples:
Synth from Wendy Carlos & Rachel Elkind - The Shining (Main Theme)
Vocal from Jazzy Jeff - Mix So I Can Go Crazy

Track AA1 samples:
Vocal from Bomb The Bass - Megablast Rap

Track AA2 samples:
Vocal from Boogie Down Productions - Stop The Violence
Vocal from Boogie Down Productions - Kenny Parker Intro

Repressed in the late '90's

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 012093 502663 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5012093502663
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A Variation 1): XLT 26 A1 DAMONT 1 RESPECT TO MY EQUIPMENT AND MY MIND ANDY 91
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side AA Variation 1): XLT 26 AA1 DAMONT 1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A Variation 2): XLT 26 A1 DAMONT 1 RESPECT TO MY EQUIPMENT AND MY MIND ANDY 91
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side AA Variation 2): XLT 26 AA1 6 DAMONT S
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A Variation 3): XLT 26 A1 6 ANDY 11 DAMONT RESPECT TO MY EQUIPMENT AND MY MIND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side AA Variation 3): XLT 26 AA1 6 DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A Variation 4): XLT 26 A1 5 ANDY 11 DAMONT RESPECT TO MY EQUIPMENT AND MY MIND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side AA Variation 4): XLT 26 AA1 2 DAMONT

Other Versions (5 of 37)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Everybody In The Place (CD, Single)XL RecordingsXLS - 26CDUK1991
Everybody In The Place (7", 45 RPM, Single, Stereo)XL RecordingsXLS-26UK1991
Everybody In The Place (7", 45 RPM, Single)Torso DanceTORSO 70211Netherlands1991
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Everybody In The Place (Cassette, Single)XL Recordings, XL RecordingsXLC 26, XLC-26UK1991
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Everybody In The Place (12", Test Pressing)XL RecordingsXLT 26UK1991



  • tobymessy's avatar
    Edited 7 months ago
    Remember pre teen metal fan I was hearing rave music on my brothers car radio for the first time. I’m pretty sure it was The Prodigy. At the time my reaction was beyond repugnance. I didn’t know even what the music was… it was so alien! Lol less than half a decade later I’ve got a pair decks 🤣. F’kin love The Prodigy. Experience is pure punk
    • GoodNF's avatar
      Maybe totally coincidental, but "Everybody In The Place" has the same C-G-A#-F chord as The The "Uncertain Smile"...
      Listen for yourself...
      • Johnmarcus's avatar
        "Everybody In The Place" first feature on "What Evil Lurks" & needs little introduction seeing the huge tune it became, the great thing about the Prodigy release was always the other little gems on their release & this 12" doesn't disappoint, just have a listen, its the same on "What Evil Lurks" & "Charly", have listen, a mix track fantastic tracks & future releases.
        • DJCL's avatar
          Edited 3 years ago
          I will never forget the week I bought this EP! I had to listen to it over an over on my headphones, thinking that music like this wasn't possible. I made a mix tape with it. One day I was riding around with my new GF, and we got tired of the Grunge and other stuff on the radio. I then told her that I felt like listening to "Some Techno". She looked confused at first, and the told me to "Put the tape in". We lost our teenage minds cruising around while the sun set. Liam Howlett is a keyboard and production genius.
          • ladycfunk's avatar
            I'll never fully forget seeing/hearing them perform this track live in late '91 or early '92 in NYC's Limelight club as a 24 yo clubkid...I believe they were 1 or 2 white guys with long, stringy hair, 1 or both of them wearing old skool roller skates while dancing side by side doing the coolest dance moves & crazy legs skate moves all while singing the lyrics of the song with the outta control beats booming, flashing white strobes made them appear even cooler in Limelight's main dance room, the crowd and myself were enthralled!! Killer flashback for me all these years later, well done show Prodigy!! These guys meant business and unleashed the groove on us!
            • Akaikitty's avatar
              the fairground mix was in the supra review in the last top gear episode lol
              • ColonelTirpitz's avatar
                Some reviews are making me giggle a little . Some thinks the early works from Prodigy is "new" well it isn't since it was late 80's and 90's which their last great album being "The Fat of the Land"

                This Record by the name of "Everybody in the Place" is pure Rave and the real best tracks are "G-Force" & "Rip up the Sound System" . Whereas the track "Everybody in the Place" is more enjoyable to watch the crazy Video Clip on YouTube .

                Also what is sad is that since Keith Flint passed away some people are playing that trick to put expensive prices to sell Records/CD's i don't call it respect to the man named Keith and to the Band Prodigy either . Yet in stores you still can find their first 3 albums for a friendly price 7.99€ and new from XL .

                Last i so miss those times 1985-1998 were all was simple, music was to listen at and the hell with collector items . Going to nightclubs was pure joy and fun getting at times free goodies ( promo copies signed from some artists , magazines, t-shirts and what not ) . Going to DJ stores whole afternoons listening to new Records having a free mix done by the vendor or having the chance to have a DJ entering the store and start mixing for us .....yeah all that today will never exist anymore because people are too greedy and the money ruins everything .
                • normanharvey
                  GREAT SINGLE

                  i remember i bought this single in a record shop as a 10 year old boy and then i thought it would be better to buy the EXPERIENCE album and they gave me back my money
                  • Numanoid's avatar
                    "G-Force (Energy Flow)" is to me more or less the quintessential hardcore track: hard as nails, deep, complex and yet funky and uplifting!
                    • Rufus.'s avatar
                      The photo on the sleeve is from the Corkscrew roller coaster at Alton Towers that was closed in 2008.


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