The Prodigy to release 15th anniversary edition of 'The Fat Of The Land'

December release will include Major Lazer remix of 'Smack My Bitch Up'

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The Prodigy are to reissue their album 'The Fat Of The Land' to celebrate its 15th anniversary later this year.

The album, which sold over 10million copies after its release in 1997, will be reissued in December with remixes from Noisia, Zeds Dead and Baauer. Also included in the package will be a remix of 'Smack My Bitch Up' by Major Lazer.

Released on December 3, 'The Fat Of The Land' reissue will come with 'The Added Fat' EP featuring six remixes, details of which you can find below. All six will be available to purchase separately either on 12-inch vinyl or a download package comprising all six remixes.

The tracklisting for the 12-inch and download releases is as follows:

'The Added Fat' EP 12-inch vinyl:

A
1 'Smack My Bitch Up' (Noisia Remix)
2 'Firestarter' (Alvin Risk Remix)

AA
1 'Breathe' (Zeds Dead Remix)
2 'Smack My Bitch Up' (Major Lazer Remix)

'The Added Fat' EP download:

1. 'Smack My Bitch Up' (Noisia Remix)
2. 'Firestarter' (Alvin Risk Remix)
3. 'Breathe' (Zeds Dead Remix)
4. 'Mindfields' (Baauer Remix)
5. 'Breathe' (The Glitch Mob Remix)
6. 'Smack My Bitch Up' (Major Lazer Remix)


Meanwhile, The Prodigy have been keeping themselves busy between albums by sponsoring a youth football team. The Eastleigh Reds Under-13s' aqua blue home shirts for the 2012/13 season feature The Prodigy's name and ant logo.? The sponsorship deal was struck when Prodigy man Liam Howlett heard that the team train to the sound of the Essex ravers' track 'Warrior's Dance'.

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