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Breathe

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All-Reviews.com Music Review: Breathe

Artist: Prodigy
Genre: Rock/Pop
Release Date: January 1996


Review by DjBatman
3 stars out of 4

Maybe a bit redundant if you already have some Prodigy albums, this single - besides the now classic post-rock anthem that samples John Barry - features two noisy but excellent live tracks ("Their Law", with Pop Will Eat Itself, and "Poison").  Anyway, the main reason to have this disc is probably the previously unreleased instrumental "The Trick", featuring a dark piano and trip-hop beats, completing a cd single that seems more like an EP and (luckily) lacks those repetitive "different" versions of the title track that too often appear on the singles. This is way it seems not only a must for Prodigy fans but also a good starting point to the techno/rock world of Liam Howlett and friends.

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