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Tracklist


1Word Of Mouth King Kut
2Digital UndergroundHumpty Dance
3Biz MarkieNobody Beats The Biz
4Frankie BonesFunky Acid Makossa
5The ProdigyMolotov Bitch
6The BeatlesSergeant Pepper
7Run-DMCPeter Piper
8Jimi HendrixLittle Miss Lover
9The ProdigyPoison
10Frankie BonesAnd The Break Goes Again
11Beastie BoysTime To Get Ill
12Public EnemyRebel Without A Pause
13The KLFWhat Time Is Love
14The Beginning Of The EndFunky Nassau
15MedicineI'm Sick
16PropellerheadsSpybreak
17Frankie BonesShafted Off
18West Street MobBreak Dance (Electric Boogie)
19Meat Beat ManifestoRadio Babylon
20Sex PistolsNew York
21La PreguntaShangrila
22The Jimmy Castor BunchIt's Just Begun
23LL Cool JGet Down
24The Chemical Brothers(The Best Part Of) Breaking Up
25Bomb The BassBug Powder Dust
26Ultramagnetic MC'sKool Keith Housing Things
27The J.B.'sBlow Your Head
28Barry WhiteI'm Gonna Love You A Little Bit More Baby
29Beastie BoysIt's The New Style
30Herbie HancockRockit
31ColdcutBeats & Pieces
32The 45 King900 Number
33T La RockBreakin' Bells
34D.St.The Home Of Hip Hop
35The B-BoysRock The House
36Time ZoneWildstyle
37DJ MinkHey! Hey! Can U Relate
38Hijack Doomsday Of Rap
39Liam HowlettIntro Beats
40Ghostface KillahDaytona 500
41HardnoiseUntitled
42The Chemical BrothersChemical Beats
43Reuben WilsonGot To Get Your Own
44London Funk AllstarsSure Shot
45The CharlatansHow High
46Public EnemyPublic Enemy No. 1
47Grandmaster Flash & The Furious FivePump Me Up
48Renegade SoundwaveOzone Breakdown
49Ultramagnetic MC'sGive The Drummer Some
50The ProdigySmack My Bitch Up
51Dynamix IIGive The DJ A Break
52Lightnin' RodSport
53Babe RuthThe Mexican
54Uptown Dope On Plastic


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
XLCD 128, 900.1999.20Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, Mixed)XL Recordings, Pias BeneluxXLCD 128, 900.1999.20Benelux1999
KV004Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, P/Mixed, Unofficial)Not On Label (The Prodigy)KV004Russia1999
XLCD 128Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, Mixed, RE)Soyuz Music, XL RecordingsXLCD 128Russia2005
XLCD 128 Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo, Dig)XL Recordings, Beggars Banquet USXLCD 128 USA & Canada1999
noneThe Prodigy 100% Hits More Then The Prodigy Volume 4 ‎(Cass, Mixed, Unofficial)Music Records noneRussia1999
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
XLCD 128Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed, Dig)XL RecordingsXLCD 128UK1999
XLCD 128, 900.1999.20Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, Mixed)XL Recordings, Pias BeneluxXLCD 128, 900.1999.20Benelux1999
KV004Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, P/Mixed, Unofficial)Not On Label (The Prodigy)KV004Russia1999
XLCD 128Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, Mixed, RE)Soyuz Music, XL RecordingsXLCD 128Russia2005
XLCD 128 Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo, Dig)XL Recordings, Beggars Banquet USXLCD 128 USA & Canada1999
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
XLCD 128Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed, Dig)XL RecordingsXLCD 128UK1999
XLCD 128, 900.1999.20Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, Mixed)XL Recordings, Pias BeneluxXLCD 128, 900.1999.20Benelux1999
KV004Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, P/Mixed, Unofficial)Not On Label (The Prodigy)KV004Russia1999
XLCD 128 Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo, Dig)XL Recordings, Beggars Banquet USXLCD 128 USA & Canada1999
noneThe Prodigy 100% Hits More Then The Prodigy Volume 4 ‎(Cass, Mixed, Unofficial)Music Records noneRussia1999


Credits


  • Art DirectionAlex Jenkins, Liam Howlett
  • Design, Artwork [Front Cover, Back Cover, Inside Cover, Graffiti]Alex Jenkins
  • DJ MixLiam Howlett, The Prodigy
  • Photography By [Booklet]Alex Jenkins
  • Photography By [Dirtchamber Studio]Steve Gullick
  • DJ MixThe Prodigy
  • DJ Mix [Uncredited]Liam Howlett
  • PresenterProdigy
  • DJ MixLiam Howlett, The Prodigy
  • Artwork [Front Cover, Back Cover, Inside Cover, Graffiti], Art Direction, Design, Photography By [Booklet]Alex Jenkins
  • DJ MixThe Prodigy
  • DJ Mix, Art DirectionLiam Howlett
  • Management [Midi]Mike Champion
  • Photography By ['Dirtchamber Studio]Steve Gullick
  • PresenterProdigy


Notes


Cover reads: Prodigy Prresent The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One.
Each track contains excerpts from several different tracks.

Errors:
A1.1 titled as "Intro Beat's"
A1.2 titled as "Tontoy Release"
A1.4 titled as "Chemical Beat"
A1.7 titled as "Give The Drummer Some Frank"
A2.2 titled as "Bug Power Dust"
A2.3 titled as "Pump"
A2.6 titled as "Been Caught Staing"
A2.7 titled as "I Get Wicked"
A3.1 titled as "Best Part Of Breaking Up"
A4.1 titled as "Hey Can You Relate"
A4.3 titled as "Shifted"
B5.2 titled as "Bunk Tofunk"
B6.1 titled as "Thekome Of Hip-Hop"
B7.4 titled as "Beats And Pieces"
B8.2 titled as "Breakdance Electric Boojie"
B8.3 titled as "Dooms Day Of Rap"
B8.5 titled as "Funky Nachy"
B8.6 titled as "It's Just Began"This compilation ℗ & © XL-Recordings Ltd 1999
Произведено в 2005 году по заказу Концерна "Группа СОЮЗ" по лицензии BEGGARS GROUP.
(Translation: Made in 2005 on request of concern "Soyuz Group" under license from Beggars Group.)

For sale in Russia and CIS countries only.

Cover reads: Prodigy Present: The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One.
Each CD track contains excerpts from several different tracks. The total track time is given on the first sub-track.Cover reads: Prodigy Present: The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One.
Each CD track contains excerpts from several different tracks. The total track time is given on the first sub-track.
Comes packaged in a double-gatefold digipak case with a front pocket for the booklet.

Track 1.2: Mistitled as "Tonto's Release".
Track 3.3: Written on the release as 'Best Part Of Breaking Up'.
Track 4.1 Written on the release as 'Hey Can You Relate' in the liner notes and 'Hey Hey Can You Relate (Instrumental) in the copyright info.
Tracks 4.3, 4.4, 4.5: Artist written as 'Frankie Bones' in the liner notes and 'Bones Breaks' in the copyright info.
Track 4.7 Written on the release as 'Rokit'.
Track 4.9 Written on the release as 'Spy Break'.

Not listed Artists/Songs:
3.4: The break which runs from 5:45 up to the end of the track is a looped break from "Funky Music is the Thing" by Dynamic Corvettes.
Featured between track 4.7, 4.8 and 4.9: Portions from The Prodigy's "Smack My Bitch Up" and "Molotov Bitch".

Track 1.2 published by Big Life Music. (P) 1998 Bolshi Recordings. Licensed courtesy of Big Life.
Track 1.3 published by Music Of Life Publishing. (P) 1991 Music Of Life Ltd. Licensed courtesy of Music Of Life Ltd.
Track 1.4 published by M62/BMG Music Publishing Ltd/Copyright Control. (P) 1995 Virgin Records Ltd. Licensed courtesy of Virgin Records Ltd.
Track 1.5 published by Next Plateau Music (ASCAP)/Ultramagnetic Music (ASCAP). (P) 1988 Next Plateau Entertainment. Used by permission of Roadrunner Records.
Track 1.6 published by On The One Publishing. (P) 1988 Liberty (the copyright in this sound recording is owned by Liberty, a division of Capitol records Inc). Licensed courtesy of EMI Commercial Markets.
Track 1.7 published by Next Plateau Music (ASCAP)/Ultramagnetic Music (ASCAP). (P) 1988 Next Plateau Entertainment. Used by permission of Roadrunner Records.
Track 1.8 published by Chu Teh Music/UK: Copyright Control/Warner Chappell Music Ltd/Leosong Copyright Service Ltd/Copyright Control. (P) 1983 Celluoid Inc. Licensed courtesy of Lendway/Polygram Licensing Division.
Track 2.1 published by Cop Con/10 Soup. (P) 1994 Island Records Ltd. Licensed from Polygram Licensing Division on behalf of Island Records.
Track 2.2 published by UK: Island Music Ltd/Hugabut Music/Maxx Kidds Music/USA: Sugar Hill Music. (P) 1984 Sugar Hill Records Inc. Licensed courtesy of Castle Music Ltd/Rhino Entertainment Company.
Track 2.3 published by Warner Chappell Music Limited. (P) 1997 Beggars Banquet Records Limited. Licensed courtesy of Beggars Banquet Records/Universal Music.
Track 2.4 published by EMI Virgin Music Publishers Ltd. (P) 1995 XL-Recordings Ltd.
Track 2.5 published by EMI Virgin Music Limited. (P) 1997 Warner Bros Records Inc. (Licensed courtesy of Warner Special Projects).
Track 2.6 published by Tim Dog Music (BMI)/Zomba Enterprises Inc/BDP Music administered by Zomba Enterprises Inc/Super Star International Music (ASCAP)/Ultramagnetic Music (ASCAP). (P) 1993 Sony Music Entertainment. (Licensed courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment Inc).
Track 3.1 published by Carlin Music Corp. (P) 1972 EMI Records Ltd. (The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd). Licensed courtesy of EMI Commercial Markets.
Track 3.2 published by Vintertainment Publishing Co (Pisces Music Ltd). (P) 1983 Vintertainment Record Co. (Licensed courtesy of Vintertainment).
Track 3.3 published by MCA Music. (P) 1996 Virgin Records Ltd. Licensed courtesy of Virgin Records Ltd.
Track 3.4 published by Promuse Inc/Duke Bootee Music/BMI/UK: Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (P)1985 Arista Records Inc. (Licensed courtesy of BMG Special Marketing Europe/Arista Records Inc/BMG Entertainment International UK & Ireland).
Track 4.1 publishing: Copyright Control. (P) 1990 Warp Records Limited. (Licensed courtesy of Warp Records Limited).
Track 4.2 published by E.G. Music/Zoo-Warner Chappell Music. (P) 1988 KLF Communications. (Licensed courtesy of KLF Communications Ltd).
Track 4.3 publishing: Copyright Control. (P) 1988 Sonic Groove Records (N.Y.C.). (Licensed courtesy of Sonic Groove Records).
Track 4.4 publishing: Copyright Control. (P) 1988 Sonic Groove Records (N.Y.C.). (Licensed courtesy of Sonic Groove Records).
Track 4.5 publishing: Copyright Control. (P) 1988 Sonic Groove Records (N.Y.C.). (Licensed courtesy of Sonic Groove Records).
Track 4.6 published by Strictly Confidential. (P) 1990 Play It Again Sam. Licensed courtesy of Play It Again Sam Records and Nothing Records Limited.
Track 4.7 published by Hancock Music Company (BMI)/More Cut Music (BMI)/Bridge Of Sighs (BMI). (P) 1980 Sony Music Entertainment. (Licensed courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment Inc).
Track 4.8 published by Street Tuff Tunes. (P) 1992 Tuff City Records. (Licensed courtesy of Tuff City Records).
Track 4.9 published by Chrysalis Music. (P) 1997 Propellerheads. Licensed courtesy of Wall Of Sound/Dreamworks Records (under license from Universal Music Special Markets Inc). taken from the album 'Decksanddrumsandrockandroll'.
Track 4.10 published by Polygram Music Publishing Ltd/Island Music Ltd. (P) 1986 Def Jam Recordings. Licensed from Polygram Licensing Division. Available on the Def Jam album 'Licensed To Ill' .
Track 5.1 published by Stephen Philip Jones/Warner Chappell Music/Rotten Music Ltd. (P) 1992 Virgin Records Ltd. Licensed courtesy of Virgin Records Ltd/Warner Special Products.
Track 5.2 published by Polygram Music Publishing Ltd/K.P.M. Music Ltd. (P) 1996 Skint Records. (Licensed courtesy of Skint Records).
Track 5.3 published by Year Zero Music Ltd/Bucks Music Ltd. (P) 1997 Next Century Records c/o Bucks Music Ltd. (Licensed courtesy of Bucks Music Ltd).
Track 6.1 published by D Street Music (BMI)/Chu Teh Music (BMI). (P) 1985 Celluloid Inc. Licensed courtesy of Lendway.
Track 6.2 publishing: Copyright Control. (P) 1984 Big East Entertainment. Licensed courtesy of Sidewalk Music Inc.
Track 6.3 published by EMI Music/Complete Music/Sony Music. For USA: EMI Music Publishing Ltd c/o EMI Blackwood Music Inc/Complete Music Ltd PRS. Administered in USA by Incomplete Music Inc. c/o Lip Services BMI. (P) 1997 Creation Records Limited/Reprise Records Inc. Contains dialogue from "Vanishing Point" used courtesy of the Cleavon J Little Living Trust (Actor), Guillermo Cain (Writer), Richard Sarafian (Director), 20th Century Fox Productions and Norman Spencer (producer). Licensed courtesy of Creation Records Ltd/Sony Music Entertainment/Warner Special Products (Produced under licence from Warner Bros Records Inc). Taken from the Creation album "Vanishing Point".
Track 6.4 published by Polygram Music Publishing Ltd/Island Music Ltd. (P) 1986 Def Jam Recordings. Licensed from Polygram Licensing Division. Available on the Def Jam album 'Licensed To Ill' .
Track 6.5 published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (P) 1973 Polygram Records Inc (NY). Licensed from Polygram Licensing Division.
Track 6.6 published by Published by Bucks Music Ltd/Island Music Ltd. (P) 1987 Def Jam Recordings. Licensed from Polygram Licensing Division. Available on the Def Jam album 'Yo! Bum Rush The Show' .
Track 6.7 published by Intersong Music Ltd. (P) 1974 Polygram Records Inc. Licensed from Polygram Licensing Division.
Track 6.8 published by Hit And Hold Music Inc (ASCAP). (P) 1993 Warlock Records Inc. (Licensed courtesy of Warlock Records Inc).
Track 7.1 published by Island Music Ltd. (P) 1987 Def Jam Recordings. Licensed courtesy of Polygram Licensing Division. Available on the Def Jam album 'Bigger And Deffer' .
Track 7.2 published by Zomba/GLG (ASCAP)/Bridgeport/Polygram/Island (BMI). (P) 1989 Tommy Boy Music. Incorporates a sample of 'Let's Play House'. Digital Underground appears courtesy of Tommy Boy Music.
Track 7.3 published by T-Boy Music (ASCAP)/T-Girl Music (BMI). (P) 1989 Tommy Boy Music. Uptown appears courtesy of Tommy Boy Music.
Track 7.4 published by Just Isn't Music. (P) 1997 Ninja Tune. (Licensed courtesy of Ninja Tune).
Track 8.1 written for Blapps! Published by Just Isn't Music. (P) 1995 Ninja Tune. (Licensed courtesy of Ninja Tune).
Track 8.2 published by UK: IQ Music Ltd/USA: Regent Music. (P) 1983 Sugar Hill Records Inc. Licensed courtesy of Castle Music Ltd/Rhino Entertainment Company.
Track 8.3 publishing: Copyright Control. (P) 1988 Reservoir Records. (Licensed courtesy of Reservoir Records).
Track 8.4 published by Mute Song Ltd. (P) 1988 Mute Records Limited. Licensed courtesy of Mute Records Ltd. Taken from the Mute album 'RSW 1987-1995'.
Track 8.5 published by Windswept Pacific Songs BMI/UK: Kassner, Edward Music Co Ltd. (P) 1971 WEA International Inc. Licensed courtesy of Warner Special Products (Produced under licence from Atlantic Recording Corp).
Track 8.6 published by Jimpire Music/BMI/UK: Minder Music Ltd. (P) 1972 BMG Entertainment. Licensed courtesy of BKG Special Marketing Europe/RCA Records Inc/BMG Entertainment International UK & Ireland Ltd.

The inspirations: Double Dee And Steinski, Coldcut, Big Apple Productions, Flash On The Wheels Of Steel, DJ Cheese, Cash Money, Cutmaster Swift, Mixmaster MIke, Scratch Piklz and the Artists on this record.

Extra thanx goes out to: John Lydon, Jimmy Cauty, Bill Drummond, Mary Anne Hobbs, Martin James, Kathy (Beggars), R To The R.

This compilation ℗ & © XL-Recordings Ltd 1999. XL-Recordings, 17-19 Alma Rd, London SW18 1AA.
Tel. 0181 870 7511 Fax. 0181 871 4178

E-mail: [email protected] XL Website: www.xl-recordings.com Prodigy Website: www.prodigy.co.uk
Midi Management / Mike Champion Fax: +44 1279 759 069.

Made in England.Cover reads: Prodigy Present: The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One.
Only 25 copies individually numbered 1-25.
This is the original mix as intended to be released before problems occurred getting rights to use certain tracks.
The mix is one continuous track (51:34).


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The Classic Mix CD Series. There are roughly 50 tunes from many artists mixed, scratched and cut. The Chemical Brothers, Babe Ruth, Word Of Mouth, The B-Boys. Dirtchamber Track 3. The Prodigy - Hey Hey Can You Relate, What Time Is Love, Funky Acid Makossa, Shafted Off, And The Break Goes Again, Radio Babylon, Rockit, 900 Number, Spybreak, It's The New Style. Duration: 1 hour 13 minutes 2 seconds1:13:02. The album came about as a result of a 1998 guest DJ appearance by Howlett on Mary Anne Hobbs's Breezeblock show on BBC Radio 1, producing a similar set. Формируйте собственную коллекцию. The front sleeve says 'Prodigy present The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One'. Prodigy Present: The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One is a 1999 solo mix album by Liam Howlett of The Prodigy the latter used as a moniker in this case, initially produced for BBC Radio 1's mix show The Breezeblock. The Prodigy - New York, Punk to Funk, I'm Sick. The album came about as a result of a 1998 guest DJ appearance by Howlett on Mary Anne Hobbs's Breezeblock show on BBC Radio 1, producing a similar set. Untitled by Hardnoise 1990. Released 22 February 1999 In XL Recordings Prodigy Presents: The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One is a 1999 solo mix album by Liam Howlett of The Prodigy the latter was used as a moniker in this case, and it was initially produced for BBC Radio 1's mix show The Breezeblock. The inside sleeve has a picture of Liam lying in floor of his studio with his mixer and records. The album came about as a result of a 1998 guest DJ appearance by Howlett on Mary Anne Hobbs's Breezeblock show on the UK radio station Radio 1, producing a similar set. Dirtchamber Track 1. The Best Part Of Breaking Up by The Chemical Brothers 1996. Listen free to The Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One Intro Beats, Punk Shock and more. DJ Mink Hey Hey Can U Relate Instrumental, Klf What Time Is Love, Frankie Bones Funky Acid Makossa, Frankie Bones Shifted Off, Frankie Bones And The Break Goes Again, Meat Beat Manifesto Radi. The Mexican by Babe Ruth 1972. Скачать песню The Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One 1 на телефон рингтон на звонок, либо слушать mp3 в хорошем качестве 320 kbps вы можете на free to The Prodigy The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One Intro Beats, Punk Shock and more. Toggle mute. see 9 more connections. 47 tracks . Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. The Dirtchamber Sessions Vol 1 1999475 - The Prodigy pres. Babe Ruth The Mexican, The B-Boys Rock The House, Chemical Brothers The Best Part Of Breaking Up, Word Of Mouth King Kut. Songs in album The Prodigy - The Dirtchamber Sessions, Vol. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Полные треки, использованные для микса можно найти тут Expand. The Prodigy - Get Down, Humpty Dance, Dope On Plastic, More Beats And Pieces. The Prodigy - Hey Hey Can You Relate, What Time Is Love, Funky Acid Makossa, Shafted Off, And The Break Goes Again, Radio Babylon, Rockit, 900 Number, Spybreak, It's The New Style. It all started near the beginning of October 1998. Liam Howlett of the Prodigy released his solo DJ Mix album in February 1999, titled Dirtchamber Sessions Volume 1. 48 tracks . Prodigy Present The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One - The Prodigy. The Prodigy - New York, Punk to Funk, I'm Sick. The Dirtchamber Sessions Vol 1 1999. The Prodigy, Grandmaster Flash, Tim Dog, KRS One, Bomb The Bass, Jane's Addiction. It was then that UK radio station Radio 1 reported that a few days later the Prodigys Liam Howlett will be on Radio 1 in Mary-Anne Hobbs Breezeblock show. There are more than 48 tunes from many artists mixed, scratched and cut. The album came about as a result of a 1998 guest DJ appearance by Howlett on Mary Anne Hobbs's Breezeblock show on the UK radio station Radio 1, producing a similar set. It contains about 50 cut, scratched, and cross-faded tracks, mixed by Liam himself. The back sleeve has photos of Liam's studio. Current track: 475 - The Prodigy pres. Released 22 February 1999 In XL Recordings Prodigy Presents: The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One is a 1999 solo mix album by Liam Howlett of The Prodigy the latter was used as a moniker in this case, and it was initially produced for BBC Radio 1's mix show The Breezeblock. Prodigy Present: The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One is a 1999 solo mix album by Liam Howlett of The Prodigy the latter used as a moniker in this case, initially produced for BBC Radio 1's mix show The Breezeblock. Rock the House by The B-Boys 1983. Album by The Prodigy. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Liam Howlett Prodigy - The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume. The Prodigy : The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен

Comments: (35)
Tygrarad
спустя 20 лет, я не перестаю слушать этот ахуитульный микс.............с этого миска я и стал колекционровать хип-хоп, в данный момент 5000 дисков
Gagas
Yeah it is the original source, WhoSampled politics mandate to use the first track no matter what was the ACTUAL source, still believe Liam uses the Mark 45 King remix though... nice funky track.
Insanity
anyone can id the beat on poison? been looking for ages. the one that starts playing before been caught stealing
luisRED
You have absolutely no idea how important this is to me. You made my day/month/year. Thank you so much!
Kanek
I discovered this one recently. it's from Ramsey Lewis's the mighty quin. https://www.whosampled.com/sample/589329/The-Prodigy-Dirtchamber-Track-2-Ramsey-Lewis-The-Mighty-Quinn-(Quinn-the-Eskimo)/
Anayanis
do yo know what beat is over Charlatans how high just before PSK? the beat you mentioned i think is on Groove Sound compilation it seems weird and underground release https://www.discogs.com/Various-Groove-Sound/release/1236020
Fordg
Yeap, there you have it... im just guessing and stuff and lookin for it since a while... sure it be in some white label break n beats album. thank you for sharing link with me.
Hiclerlsi
This is the one you meantioned. The 45 king one https://www.whosampled.com/sample/16552/The-45-King-Take-6-Spread-Love-(Remix)-Ike-%26-Tina-Turner-Cussin%27,-Cryin%27-and-Carryin%27-On/
Kann
It’s this https://www.whosampled.com/sample/27015/House-of-Pain-Put-Your-Head-Out-Ike-%26-Tina-Turner-Cussin%27,-Cryin%27-and-Carryin%27-On/Problem is, the one Liam uses must have come from a different source. I’ll try checking songs that sample Ike and Tina and see if there’s anything there. Liam’s has some reverb to it and the groove is a little different I guess
Memuro
in this dj set by Mark 45 king he plays that same drum break that Liam used in Dirt... cannot identify it via shazam. Ive never heard ir before, maybe you did. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCd_6NIEVBo
INvait
Try with *Put Your Head Out by House of Pain* 1992.Hope it works, i ve listened and i got the right one.
energy breath
first of all thank you so much for taking the time to write a detailed reply. unfortunately that's not the beat i'm talking about. i made a snippet here: https://dzwonsemrish7.cloudfront.net/items/191j292C2y2L42422W1m/beat%20in%20question.mp3hopefully this will clear things up! thanks so much
Hi_Jacker
The original comes from The Turtles ¨You Baby¨ Album [1966] but, Liam took it from Fatboy Slim´s Punk To Funk (which it samples The Turtles) with a very low pitch and looped. In this production he plays with snippets on b sides of the same record and used it as effects, breaks, lowest its pitch and stuff for his needs for the mix. Hope it works for you.
Khiceog
Is this a studio mix or DJ mix....??? I.e. Was this produced in the studio with over dubs and sampes OR was this actually mixed on two turntables..? It seems too tight a mix for a turntable mix.... But I agree with everyone else..Great track selection and very well thought out!.. ;)
Arcanefist
The mix is an exspansion on a mix he did for the breezeblock wich he said on the show itself He did it in studio and just used turntables and a sampler. So yea not much studio stuff for the original mix.. But a studio mix none the less.
terostr
Cannot be reproduced live so is a in studio one.
Brakora
Thanks for the info.. I had a feeling I was right as heard alot of mixes and can usually tell if its studio produced or not.. ;)
Na
MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73 Is this a studio mix or DJ mix....??? I.e. Was this produced in the studio with over dubs and sampes OR was this actually mixed on two turntables..? It seems too tight a mix for a turntable mix.... But I agree with everyone else..Great track selection and very well thought out!.. ;) Definitely a studio mix; he had to amend the promo mix to remove uncleared tracks for example, so would've done that in some computer music production software.
crazy mashine
Imagine this pressed on vinyl, now that would be somethin'.
Efmprof
Picture Liam in the mix, throwing records over his shoulders in a rapid fire machine gun fashion and you're there. Quick cuts, great flow and a superb selection of tracks from the Sex Pistols to Brixton's Hijack, this is all about the breaks. A tight mix of classic and obscure tracks. If you take your beats seriously or just getting into diggin', you can't go wrong with this mix. Top Notch.
FRAY
Where is the volume 2 ? ? ? ? ?
Kamick
in this interview Liam answers to the same questions back in 2015 with a: ¨Maybe Plan to do it¨ ¨Possibly next year¨ or so... https://www.reddit.com/r/electronicmusic/comments/30xn4h/this_is_liam_howlett_from_the_prodigy_ask_me/
Preve
I've been serching for part two for about 18 years so far
Tam
Say what you will about The Prodigy — I think they went off the rails after "Jilted" — but this mix session is a b-boy's dream. Liam Howlett has selected the best breaks, basslines and chorus from a few dozen classic tracks and blended them up here for your listening pleasure.If you're looking for "Fat of the Land" style big-beat electronica, you won't find it here. What you will find is a gold mine of Howlett's influences from the '70s to the '90s, stuff that goes much deeper than "Firestarter".Back when this album was released, I was a middle schooler with pretty narrow tastes living in rural Canada. "Dirtchamber" introduced me to a world of old school hip-hop, funk and electro music that I had no idea existed. Where else would I have come across Kool Keith and the Ultramagnetic MCs? Or Uptown's east-coast classic "Dope on Plastic", or the ridiculously hard Tim Dog/Krs-One crossover "I Get Wrecked"? And I wouldn't have been caught dead listening to Barry White prior to Howlett's clever segue out of the Beastie Boys.It doesn't hurt that the mixing is flawless, and for the most part everything flows quite well. Choruses are joined by funky breaks, and new tracks are introduced with judicious use of looping, scratches and effects. Even the Sex Pistols and Jane's Addiction fit in, somehow.Give this mix a listen: it expanded my horizons and maybe it'll do the same for you.
Rose Of Winds
I neglected adding this to my collection for years until i picked it up a bargain shop a few year back- and its brilliant! to it is a kind of secondary version of Breezeblock set (some stuff where omitted, such as the genius mixing of Dynamix's give the DJ a break with the Beatles) Liam splices some of the best known hip hop, breaks, punk rock, bigbeat, some early british electronica, funk and a ton of other stuff to boot. from this record i discovered one of some of my most loved tracks which i love to DJ which is Babe Ruth's The Mexican and more recently, The Funky Nassau. ideal for long journeys and just general listening. I honestly hope he will one do a volume 2, as i imagined his music taste has matured far further afield and he has new outlook. until then, there's always those radio rips of his classic rave days.. 10/10!
Knights from Bernin
First picked this up on cassette a few months after it came out and have just stumbled upon another copy on CD. It has always been in my list of top Mixtapes, along with Freddy Fresh's B Boys Stance. An excellent showcase of tracks that influenced Liam when he was "cuttin' up breaks and makin' no mistakes", in traditional Hip Hop style..... no rules what can and can't be put together-if the breaks and beats are hard and funky and make you go crazy, then they're in. If somebody else picks up on that and feels the same vibe for the duration of the mix, then the DJ/ Producer has achieved even more.Myself, and many others have been captivated by this mix of Punk, Funk, Hip Hop, Electro, Rock, Breakcore, House, Techno, Breakbeats, Prog Rock. Especially nice to hear tracks such as DST's Home of Hip Hop and Jane's Addiction's Been Caught Stealing on the same Mixtape. Furthermore, it was nice to be introduced to tracks that I'd not heard before. Although I was already a fan of early hip hop, electro, classic funk and rock breaks, breakbeat, Frankie Bones etc, there were still tracks that had slipped me by that appeared on this sensational mix (Extra value there)!!!A well executed mix that must have taken a very long time to organise and a lot of patience to carry out.
Iarim
not a fan of this at all. liam obviously has a fetish for other genres. too much hiphop and funk and not enough techno/big beat on this comp.
Dianantrius
If it wasn't for Hip Hop there would be no Prodigy - Simple.
Vareyma
Obviously 'Radio Babylon' is by MBM but the bassline was copied by the Future Sound of London on 'Papua New Guinea' (and they took some of the vocals from 'Dawn Of The Iconoclast' by Dead Can Dance too). Actually, thinking of Liam Howlett's influences again and listening to the full version of 'Radio Babylon', it sounds like The Prodigy used the fuzzy bassline sound for 'Break & Enter' and the dry breakbeat loop for 'Charly'!
Quellik
Woohoo! Alright! was sampled by Cheryl Lynn - http://www.whosampled.com/sample/view/12216/Meat%20Beat%20Manifesto-Radio%20Babylon_Cheryl%20Lynn-Encore%20(12%22%20Dance%20Version)/We are in era of sampling samples.
Uriel
Actually, the "FSoL-sampled Radio Babylon" is not FSOL, but Meat Beat Manifesto. Wooo! All right! But I have to admit, never been much of a Prodigy fan, but I am one of those people in the "older generation" who got most of the tracks on this album when they were first released, and Liam did an amazing job of mixing them all together, and giving them just a bit more spice.
Vudomuro
I only bought this album recently when I found one going cheap, I hadn't got it previously because I'd assumed - with it's gritty <i>Fat of the Land</i> type graphics and no tracklist on the case - that it was a basic mix-CD of new tracks similar to The Prodigy's late-nineties releases. Instead it turns out to be a wicked retrospective megamix encompassing rock, punk, indie, Chem Bros breaks, funk and loads of old skool hip-hop and electro - three decades of Liam Howlett's influences, including the Ultramagnetic MC's track that provided the line "smack my bitch up"! Coldcut, Grandmaster Flash and Double Dee & Steinski are all cited by Howlett amongst his inspirations for this mix and the "cut & paste" audio-collage style and eclecticism of <i>70 Minutes of Madness</i>, <i>Adventures...</i> and the original <i>Lessons</i> are quite evident here. For example, of the eight indexed tracks on the CD I think my favourite is track 4 which uses an early Warp tune, a seminal rave anthem from The KLF, bits of a trio of Frankie Bones tracks, the FSoL-sampled <i>Radio Babylon</i> and literally just a couple of seconds each of classics <i>Rockit</i> and <i>The 900 Number</i> before ending with the Propellerheads with the Beastie Boys dropped over the top, all in just eight minutes. ...and so the (organized) chaos continues! Overall there are around fifty tracks used in as many minutes, some playing for a minute or two while others make much briefer appearances. I'd have liked to hear more than a few seconds of personal favourites <i>Rockit</i> and <i>The Humpty Dance</i> but on the whole the cleverly planned megamix format and novel ingredients make for really interesting and entertaining listening.
Kigabar
Don't go expecting any Prodigy sounds here (well, apart from Poison which is sampled.) What you'll hear instead is a huge range of beats and breaks, plus many vocal samples. Due to the high number of tracks it does jump around a lot but I feel this is the best way to go about it. As noticable in the tracklisting it is mostly b-boy and hip-hop sounds but is never really "raw" sounding as there are always baselines etc being sampled to give it a real bouncy feel. Highly recommended for both those who would already know the tracks (due to their age) but also for those with an interest in phat basslines.
Vishura
Great compilation and well mixed, shame the tracks aren't individual though..Hope he releases another volume!
Llbery
Great CD! Guaranteed to please everyone in the car. I love the way Liam takes you on a trip through every musical genre. Highly recommended!
💿 Prodigy - The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One Download
Breakbeat, Electro, Hip Hop, Britcore
Performer: Prodigy
Title: The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One
Category: Electronic / Hip hop / Rock
Country: UK
Released: 1999
Label: XL Recordings
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 760
Record Source: CDr, Mixed, Limited Edition, Promo, Compilation