|Title:||Smack My Bitch Up|
|Released:||07 Nov 1997|
|Style:||Breakbeat, Big Beat|
|Catalog #:||DE 4233|
|Label:||Delabel, XL Recordings|
|1||Mindfields (Headrock Dub)||4:34|
|2||Smack My Bitch Up (Radio Edit)||4:45|
|XLT 90||Prodigy||Smack My Bitch Up (12", Single)||XL Recordings||XLT 90||UK||1997|
|200779 2||Prodigy||Smack My Bitch Up (VHS, Single)||SMV Enterprises||200779 2||Australia||1997|
|none||The Prodigy||Smack My Bitch Up (Paul Oyk Bootleg) (File, MP3, 320)||Not On Label (Paul Oyk Self-released)||none||Brazil||2017|
|none||Prodigy||Smack My Bitch Up (Jonny L Remix) (Acetate, 10", W/Lbl)||Music House||none||UK||1997|
|XLS 90CD||Prodigy||Smack My Bitch Up (4xFile, MP3, Single, 320)||XL Recordings||XLS 90CD||UK||Unknown|
Échantillon Promotionnel DE 4233 Interdit à la vente. Made in France.
℗ 1997 XL-Recordings © 1997 Delabel.
Sortie le 7 Novembre 97.
Smack My Bitch Up. Исполнитель: The Prodigy. up Change my pitch up Smack my bitch up Like this. Smack My Bitch Up is a song by English rave group the Prodigy. It was released in November 1997 as the third and final single from the album The Fat of the Land. The song was voted by Mixmag readers as the third greatest dance track of all time. Although the song was not as big a commercial success as their previous singles, it gained a cult following. The song caused considerable controversy because of its suggestive title and explicit music video, which depicted scenes of drunken and drug-fuelled. It was the third and final single from the album The Fat of the Land. The song was highly controversial because its lyrics, title and music video were believed to promote using of heroin. The phrase Smack my bitch up translates to: Request another to inject you with Heroin or get you high. The phrase does not mean to hit your girlfriend, nor does it advocate violence toward women as it literally implies. Bitch being slang for the read more. Prodigy's third single off the double-platinum Fat of the Land album features their most controversial and confrontational track. Many feminist groups and conservatives have been rubbed the wrong way by the song title Smack My Bitch Up, but the band has stated in the press that the title shouldn't be taken literally Prodigy leader Liam Howlett described the title as a phrase that the band uses that means to hit the concert stage. Andres hayabusa. The Prodigy Smack my bitch up. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Current track: The Prodigy - Poison Red Nuts ReBoot The Prodigy - Poison Red Nuts ReBoot. With The Prodigy, Teresa May. The video shows some rampant adventures on the night London from the first person view. In the full version of the clip, called the Most Controversial Version, there are all kinds of antisocial behaviors, such as drinking hard liquor and drunk driving, taking cocaine, attacking people, violence, vandalism, heroin use, a scene in which Car shoot down a man, a female striptease without censorship . by The Prodigy. Album: The Fat of the Land 1997. Charted: 8 89. As can be expected with a song called Smack My Bitch Up, this caused an uproar as it appeared to promote violence against women. The band took every opportunity to explain that the title is not to be taken literally, as it means to do something with vigor and intensity. The Prodigy didn't shy away from the controversy this song caused, and the resulting media attention gave their sales a boost. The bassline and some of the lyrics are sampled from the 1988 track Give The Drummer Some by The Ultramagnetic MC's, where Kool Keith raps: Change my pitch up, sm. Smack My Bitch Up-video has been banned on most TV channels. MTV Europe has showed it at night a couple of times. Then it's into a toplessstrip club where she feels up most of the dancers. She then takes one a stripper played by model Teresa May with her. When they arrive at the main characters car they find out that the keys are lost