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The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up (Slacker Mix) MP3 FLAC

The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up (Slacker Mix) MP3 FLAC
Performer:
The Prodigy
Album:
Smack My Bitch Up (Slacker Mix)
Style:
House
Released:
1997
Country:
UK
Label:
XL Recordings
FLAC size:
1980 mb
MP3 size:
2257 mb
WMA size:
2299 mb


Tracklist


1Smack My Bitch Up (Slacker Mix)6:40


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
XLT 90Prodigy Smack My Bitch Up ‎(12", Single)XL RecordingsXLT 90UK1997
200779 2Prodigy Smack My Bitch Up ‎(VHS, Single)SMV Enterprises200779 2Australia1997
noneThe Prodigy Smack My Bitch Up (Paul Oyk Bootleg) ‎(File, MP3, 320)Not On Label (Paul Oyk Self-released)noneBrazil2017
noneProdigy Smack My Bitch Up (Jonny L Remix) ‎(Acetate, 10", W/Lbl)Music House noneUK1997
XLS 90CDProdigy Smack My Bitch Up ‎(4xFile, MP3, Single, 320)XL RecordingsXLS 90CDUKUnknown


Credits


  • RemixSlacker


Notes


Limited to 5 copies.

The Exchange
42 Bruges Place - Randolph Street - London NW1 0TX - Tel: 0171 485 0530 - Fax: 0171 482 4588

Comes in The Exchange Mastering Studios Sleeve.


Video


  • Mildorah
Quite strange, if this is a limited edition of 5 copies how is it possible that 17 people have it!!!!!!! Probably some fakes or in fact there are more than 5 copies.
  • Kagda
A lot of people on Discogs add vinyl releases to their collection when they actually only have mp3 copies.It's not right, but there's nothing to stop them.So I would not be surprised if most these "owners" simply have a mp3 copy ripped from Youtube.
  • LeXXXuS
It’s an acetate, anyone with a digital version can go to The Exchange and have their own acetate cut and it would look identical to this release. Hence talking about ‘official’ numbers when dealing with acetates makes no sense, unless they are numbered on the label as such. This was an in demand and hard to find mix back in the day so I wouldn't be surprised if many people did just that.
  • Crazy
Now in 2016 already 21 people have it!! Records are having babies!!!
  • Arakus
I'm surprised it hasn't been mentioned already, but this mix, along with a new Slacker breaks mix was released back in June 2004. The 12" was not an official XL release, but looks to be a cheeky Slacker release (SMACK001)...the pressing quality is perfect. The actual remix hasn't aged particularly well, but it is at least available should people still want it. The 97 remix is also available on one of the CD Pool classic series releases.
  • Ballagar
The reason this mix never got released was due to Slacker leaving XL Recordings - XL were unable to release the record due to copyright reasons. This is the same reason Virus 'Hypnotise' was never released when Paul Oakenfold left Warner Music. Great shame as it is an awesome take on the original tune with that thundering bassline. Whenever I've heard this played to a crowd the place always errupts.