It's got a great positive and energetic feel to it and includes some massive techno and breakbeat stuff from the early nineties. It made me realize that Liam Howlett (and The Prodigy) were revolutionary back then and that they've gradually lost their magic touch ever since (especially with 'The Fat of the Land', eventhough I loved it back then).
Most of the tracks have been identified, but I hope some of you can help me with identifying the last one (the one which starts at 11:17). Here's the full tracklisting:
00:00-01:25 - Interview with DJ Jeff K
01:25-04:28 - Beltram & Program 2 - The Omen
04:28-07:46 - Kaotic Chemistry - Space Cakes
includes parts of 2 Bad Mice - Drum Trip II
07:46-11:17 - Underground Resistance - Fuck the Majors
11:17-13:47 - New Class A (aka Plastic Jam) - Feel The Plastic