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Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned is an album by the electronic act The Prodigy. It was released in the UK on August 23, 2004 by XL Recordings, and in the US on September 15, 2004 by Mute Records/Maverick Records. It is the first The Prodigy studio album after 1997's The Fat of the Land. Its title is a play on words of the title to the Walter Mosely novel Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned.

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  • Avatar for RiffmasterRick
    Every band has a low point - Howlett reached it with this album.
  • Avatar for kajuga
    There are a lot of fine ideas in this album, but it's so repetitive it becomes really boring after few songs. Particular songs work better alone than whole album itself. it could be really good, but its just mediocre.
  • Avatar for ProdigySmack
    Always underrated, never understood. [5]
  • Avatar for MoogInRow
    Always underrated, never understood. [4]
  • Avatar for alfred129
    My rating is 7 out 10
  • Avatar for nikid27
    Да это изили мой чуть ли не любимый их альбом
  • Avatar for rubensosatuub
    hotride all the way.. great album
  • Avatar for LiamRandolph
    Always underrated, never understood. [4] This. I used to only like two tracks off this album, but in time I learned to love the whole thing. Nuts to all you Negative Nancys.
  • Avatar for Kristiaans
    A terrible album. 'nuff said. [2]
  • Avatar for GhostHaunted
    Always underrated, never understood. [3]

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