Keeping on The Prodigy theme - remaking their tracks is no mean feat; Liam Howlett being one of the most talented and edgy producers the UK has ever produced. To celebrate 303 day (March 3rd), David Ahlund of Roland re-created 'Claustrophobic Sting' from 'Music For The Jilted Generation' using no original samples, using all-Roland gear, lead by the TB-03, a modern successor to the TB-303.
Here's the original:
Showing a meticulous ear for authenticity, the track is loaded with the raw energy of the original and played live! The video also coincided with the untimely death of Keith Flint who took his own life 3 years ago on the 4th of March; still a profoundly sad loss.
If you're interested in a tutorial on recreating The Prodigy tracks, look no further than the work of Jim Pavloff, who not only has released his own Prodigy inspired synthesizers and groove boxes, but also had releases on the B-Sides of the actual group.
Jim has remade 'Smack My Bitch Up', 'Voodoo People' and 'Firestarter', available to watch on his youtube channel.
Angry little feller
Its here, questions?
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And the George Formby grill