The Prodigy's first single off their forthcoming fourth album, tentatively titled "Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned," which is set for a early 2003 release. Apparently, the single is catching all sorts of heat for it's rohypnol references, so don't expect to hear it on the radio or watch the video anytime soon. Pity too, because while rather bizzare, the video is kinda cool.

The CD single that I bought contains four tracks. There was another one there that contained (I think) just tracks one and three, and I'm sure there are a million other variations out there around the world.

1. Baby's Got a Temper
2. Baby's Got a Temper (Dub Mix)
3. Baby's Got a Temper (Instramental)
4. Baby's Got a Temper (A Cappella)

Track four is basically just each of the vocal samples played in succession, and is obviously not meant for actual listening. Here are the lyrics:

[Deleted for copyright reasons. - Ed.]
Overall, I think that it is a pretty good new track from The Prodigy, and certainly wouldn't seem out of place on Fat of the Land. Let’s hope the rest of the album is at least on par.


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