Now that Prodigy frontman Keith Flint’s nose-pierced mug has become a nostalgic artifact for the VH1 reliquary, Their Law: Singles 1990-2005 is here to remind us that the British electronic band stamped out some of the most brutally powerful dance music of the ’90s. Tracks like ”Firestarter,” ”Breathe,” and ”Charly,” with their petulant synthesizers and Flint’s soccer hooligan braying, put the rude into rave culture.
Their Law: Singles 1990-2005Now that Prodigy frontman Keith Flint's nose-pierced mug has become a nostalgic artifact for the VH1 reliquary, Their Law: Singles 1990-2005Their Law: Singles 1990-2005Indie Rock, Reissues, ElectronicNow that Prodigy frontman Keith Flint's nose-pierced mug has become a nostalgic artifact for the VH1 reliquary, Their Law: Singles 1990-20052006-03-10
Genre: Indie Rock, Reissues, Electronic; Producer (group): XL
Posted March 10 2006 — 12:00 AM EST
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