The ProdigyExperience

Label:XL Recordings – XLCD 110
CD, Album
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore, Jungle, Techno


2Music Reach (1/2/3/4)
VocalsSimone (15)
3Wind It Up4:33
4Your Love (Remix)5:31
5Hyperspeed (G-Force Part 2)5:15
6Charly (Trip Into Drum And Bass Version)5:13
7Out Of Space4:58
8Everybody In The Place (155 And Rising)4:11
9Weather Experience8:05
10Fire (Sunrise Version)4:58
11Ruff In The Jungle Bizness
VocalsSimone (15)
12Death Of The Prodigy Dancers (Live)3:43

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All trax were written, produced, engineered and recorded at Earthbound Studios.
℗ & © 1992 XL-recordings. Published by EMI/Virgin Music Publishing Ltd. Made in England. Distributed by Warner Music UK.

Samples used:
Track 01: 'The Badman Is Robbin' by Hijack, 'What "U" Waitin' "4"?' by Jungle Brothers
Track 02: 'Shout' by Lulu.
Track 03: 'Latoya' by Just Ice, 'Live The Life' by The Sindecut
Track 04: 'Shelter Me' by Circuit, 'Made In 2 Minutes' by Bug Kahn & The Plastic Jam (All Crew sample), 'The Champ' by Mohawk.
Track 05 'Hello Earth' by Kate Bush (intro) & 'Return of Captain Rock' by Captain Rock.
Track 06: 'Mummy Should Know' From TV show "Charly Says"
Track 07: 'Chase The Devil' by Max Romeo, 'Critical Beatdown' by Ultramagnetic MC's, 'Homicide' by Shades Of Rhythm.
Track 08: 'I'm Riffin' by MC Duke.
Track 09: BBC Radio Shipping Forecast & Michael Fish Weather Report.
Track 10: 'Fire' by Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, 'Hard Times' by Pablo Gad, 'Sweet African Children (Live)' by Aswad
Track 11: 'In The Jungle' by Just Ice, 'Can't Stop' by Plez

This is original release.

Reissued release with Nimbus matrix can be found here
Reissued release with Technicolor matrix can be found here
Reissued release with Sonopress matrix can be found here
Reissued release with Arvato Digital Services matrix can be found here
Reissued release with another Nimbus matrix can be found here

Note the presence of a sticker in French on the original UK version (Matrix code XLCD 2: 2 Mastered by NIMBUS) for the French market.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 012093 551029 >
  • Barcode (String): 5012093551029
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): XLCD 110 · · MASTERED · · BY NIMBUS ·
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): XLCD 110 · 2:2 · MASTERED · · BY NIMBUS ·
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): XLCD 110 · 1:3 MASTERED· BY NIMBUS·
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4): XLCD 110 · 2:1 · MASTERED · · BY NIMBUS ·
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 5): XLCD 110 · 1:11 · MASTERED · · BY NIMBUS ·
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 6): XLCD 110 · 2 : 3 · MASTERED · · BY NIMBUS ·

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Experience (2×LP, Album, Embossed, Gatefold Cover)XL RecordingsXLLP 110UK1992
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Experience (CD, Album)Torso DanceTORSO CD 228Netherlands1992
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Experience (2×LP, Album)Elektra, Elektra61365-1, 9 61365-1US1992
Experience (CD, Album)Elektra9 61365-2US1992
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Experience (Cassette, Album)XL RecordingsXLMC 110UK1992
  • Brano424111's avatar
    Legendary album with classic rave sound of electronic dance music. Nothing else about this album only wanted to say that it is Legendary.
    • mattcymru2021's avatar
      Lets not forget Liam was around 20 when he made this.. quite an achievement. and not longer he made Jilted. so keith wasnt really a talent, was he?
      • earthstink's avatar
        What can I say that hasn't been said? this album gives me life a fuckin masterpiece if there ever was one
        • Murchiee's avatar
          Edited one year ago
          The first time I heard this album I was blown away , I had a propeller on my head and I have been a fan ever since. 😁😋
          • AntiCoreMan's avatar
            The first album is the best. After the Prodigy has changed a style, they turned to the commerce and lost their unique soleness. Such brilliant great album is one. All subsequent 'cyberpunk' stuff is mostly crap. Why would Liam do not create a new album in that "Experience" spirit? It would be their salvation on a background of their decline. Liam Howlett, it can do only you!
            • normanharvey
              great album. Nearly every song is based on samples here but that doesn’t matter.
              My older sister bought me this album when i was 10 years old. Great album and good memories. I lost the cassette and bought the cd in 1996 but then i threw it away but in 2019 i bought the digital album
              • wezbash's avatar
                Edited 3 years ago
                British Music Awards (Brit Awards) On Tv Next Year - Mr Keith Flint - Awarded - Outstanding Contributions To Dance Music 1990 - 2019, You Read It Here First By Me,

                Charly Says - Rest In Peace Brother !
                • Candy_Guru's avatar
                  A testament to the carefree raving times. Unpretentious, a bit raw and rough on the edges, but the heaps of fun Liam obviously had while producing this album is radiating from every second. Let's hyperspeed the beat, let's pitch up vocals, let's sample a kids' tv show, then let's sample some reggae as well... and what do you know - the result is a landmark in dance music, and an album that got many into electronic music. I still remember my amazement when I heard "Everybody in the place" for the first time.
                  • muted81's avatar
                    Edited 4 years ago
                    Still got that heat!! Worth it for charly and outer space alone imo, its also full of great tracks that are amazingly good especially considering this being written in the early 90's
                    • nickthelick's avatar
                      Quite simply, their best ever effort! What a raver I was when I was 12!!! Getting stoned in a darkened room around my mate's house, with huge speakers and bass bins all over the place... ah, such sweet memories... =OD



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