We already heard Zeds Dead’s take on The Prodigy classic dance anthem “Breathe” and now get The Glitch Mob’s take. They use a fair amount more of the originals vocals giving the track a completely different feel. They manage to convey their signature glitched out bass heavy style while highlighting the iconic electronic group. This project along with the other remixes is now available for purchase through iTunes. Enjoy!
The Prodigy – Breathe (The Glitch Mob Remix) | Purchase iTunes
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Zeds Dead always does a great job with their remixes, but really crushed the official remix to “Breathe” by electronic legends The Prodigy, coming out on the re-release of The Prodigy’s album The Fat of The Land. We got the sample of this last week, but now get this full length version.. and it was worth the wait. The guitar sample from the original propels the track with and added electro blast. This track, just like the previously posted “Smack My Bitch Up (Noisia Remix)” takes the best parts of the original and blasts it full of that signature crunchy Zeds Dead edge. This song alongside the Noisia Remix are now available for purchase now through Beatport before the entire release comes out on iTunes December 3rd. Enjoy!
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A few weeks back we got a radio rip of Noisia‘s insane dubstep remix of the dance classic “Smack My Bitch Up” by The Prodigy. Well now we finally get to hear the full version, and whoaa.. It’s beyond sick. Noisia made sure to highlight all the best parts of the original while pumping full of their brutal bass heavy edge. They really did the electronic anthem justice and created a new remix that will be getting played by DJ’s across the world, again. On December 3rd you will be able to purchase this remix alongside re-release of The Fat of the Land including the rest of the new remixes featuring Zeds Dead, Alvin Risk, Baauer and more. Turn this up, help start The Prodigy fire back up, enjoy!
The Prodigy – Smack My Bitch Up (Noisia Remix)
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Last week we featured the Noisia remix of “Smack My Bitch Up” by The Prodigy which was one of the new official remixes apart of the upcoming reissue of their album The Fat of The Land. Now we have our hands on Zeds Dead’s take at The Prodigy’s iconic hit “Breathe”. This song was just waiting to get destroyed by Zeds. The intro is perfect, capturing the original yet sped up with some added drums. Then after about a minute, the ZD boys bring this classic back to life with their signature bass heavy synths. This is only a preview to tide you over, but was too sick not to share. Also are two recent mixes of theirs, a MixMag Mix, as well as a Day of the Dead Mix in spirit of their set at Day of the Dead festival. Both feature new tracks, and a ton of surprises. This should definitely fill your new Zeds Dead. Turn all this up, enjoy!
The Prodigy – Breathe (Zeds Dead Remix Preview)
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Zeds Dead – Day of the Dead Mix | Direct Download
One of the older most respected names in the electronic scene, The Prodigy, have recently recruited some new heavy hitters to do some official remixes of some of their hits. The remixes will be included in the for the deluxe edition of their album The Fat Of the Land, set to release on December 3rd. They’ve recruited Zeds Dead, Alvin Risk, and today we get the dubstep bomb from Noisia. They take on one of The Prodigy’s biggest anthems “Smack My Bitch Up” and give it a proper massive bass heavy facelift, yet tastefully. As MistaJam says, they remake the parts that needed it, and left the parts that didn’t They have successfully remixed a classic song. Can’t wait to hear the full version of this, and the other remixes. Enjoy!
The Prodigy – Smack My Bitch Up (Noisia Remix) (MistaJam Radio Preview)
Here’s a remix of the classic ’99 Problems’ by rap godfather Jay-Z, and it’s done by one of the kings of electronic music The Prodigy. They’ve been in the scene since the early 90′s and don’t be discouraged by their age, they still know how to make a BANGER. This remix starts off pretty similar to the original, maybe a little more dynamic sounding, then it starts to get loaded with bass throughout. Turn up the bass and enjoy this sick remix to one of the best hip-hop songs. Enjoy!
99 Problems (The Prodigy Remix) – Jay-Z | Download
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Weezys Free (Ft. Lil Wayne, Coldplay, The Prodigy) – Sorry for Partying: SICK NEW ELECTRO PARTY BANGERPosted in Bangin by nick | Tags: BANGER, Coldplay, Electro, Lil Wayne, Sorry for Partying, The Prodigy
It’s crazy how big Lil Wayne is, it became apparent when he was in jail for 8 months, but seemed like years haha. You guys loved the latest from Wayne Do It Again, and now I’ve got another song in spirit of his release. This time it’s a high energy electro mashup featuring Lil Wayn’s ‘Fireman’ , a sample from Coldplay’s ‘Clocks’ and, a remix to The Prodigy’s ‘Smack My Bitch Up’. It’s a high energy electro track with some of the best Wayne lyrics and then Clocks adds a sick mashup feel to it. It’s done by Sorry for Partying who brought you the latest Shine Wit It (Ft. Dem Franchize Boyz) and Cooler Than Rock (Ft. Kevin Rudolf and Mike Posner). It’s a song that deserves some massive speakers and bass to do it justice, and it’s such a sick drop at 1:00 in. Turn it up and enjoy!
Weezys Free (Ft. Lil Wayne, Coldplay, The Prodigy) – Sorry for Partying | Download
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