- Summary: Once one of the top dance/electronica acts in the world, The Prodigy topped the UK charts in 1997 with 'The Fat of the Land' and then... nothing. Until now. After their 2002 comeback single "Baby's Got A Temper" flopped, Prodigy leader Liam Howlett scrapped the album in progress, jettisoned vocalists Keith Flint and Maxim Reality, and took a second stab at recording, enlisting Liam Gallagher, Twista and Juliette Lewis to sing, rap, and howl over what eventually became 'Always Outnumbered.'… Expand
- Record Label: Maverick
- Genre(s): Electronic
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yyNov 23, 2006good fucking album.
jacobmMay 20, 2005I was thrilled when they finally released another album, and they definately delivered! Sure a few tracks (4 to be exact) aren't enjoyable for me, the other 8 are fucking rad; meant to be played at high decibals. I just don't understand the harsh reviews... this album is going to be a classic electronic album in my collection (along with Vegas, In Dust We Trust, Acid 8000, Music for the Jilted Generation ETC.)… Expand
BenkApr 23, 2005This is a great album, i love it. Some of the songs i had to repeat over and over again constantly like Action Radar. There is 1 diapointment though Medusa's Path, what happened there!?… Expand
FlorianGSep 20, 2004It's good that they are back! It's the worst album but the Girls single it's fantastic and that's about it...
CameronSOct 4, 2004Overall, no this album was not as great as it could have been. It one of the albums containing a few really good songs surrounded by crap. Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned also features a barrage of guest vocals - some of which made for good tracks. Others (like those with Juliette Lewis at the microphone) just hurt my ears. Essentially, you can get away with not buying this album, but you owe it to The Prodigy to give a listen.… Expand
MoysesNSep 14, 2004Too much "more of the same".
philippelSep 16, 2004This is simply 7 years too late. Awful.
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