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Jack Ramage
7 May 2024, 11:43

Every sample in The Prodigy’s albums detailed in new YouTube video: Watch

The video runs chronologically through The Prodigy's three-decade-long career

The Prodigy pose by a graffiti stairwell in a black-and-white press image
Credit: Phil Nicholls

Every sample used in The Prodigy's album discography has been detailed in a new YouTube video. Check it out below. 

Created by YouTuber Eightminutesupsidedown, the extensive video runs chronologically through The Prodigy's three decade-long journey to date, starting with their debut 1992 album 'Experience', and culminating with their most recent full-length release, 'No Tourists', which dropped back in 2018. 

At nearly two hours in length, the video documents the group's creativity in reworking a diverse array of samples in their tracks – featuring everything from early 1990s hip-hop drum breaks to house and punk records, movie clips and niche internet clips.

In addition to the recent video, Eightminutesupsidedown has an extensive catalogue of similar videos covering a variety of artists, including Chase & Status, OutkastOrbital, Squarepusher, and many others. You can check out the full list of videos here

In other Prodigy news, last week, original member Leeroy Thornhill announced a new memoir, which will document his years in the band.

Back in March, Liam Howlett and Maxim paid tribute to Keith Flint on the fifth anniversary of his death.