Hong Kong pressing includes a bonus CD w/ enhanced videos. From the record's lead-off track, 'Spitfire', it is clear that group mastermind Liam Howlett hasn't lost his touch--thunderous beats abet aggressive guitar, keyboards, and samples, while snaking melodies rise and fall, and actress Juliette Lewis screams a repeating vocal tag. This level of intensity rarely slackens over the course of the record. In addition to its superior, high-end production, fist-pumping choruses, and insidiously propulsive rhythms (the undulating bass groove of 'Hot Ride'. Always Outnumbered is graced by many distinguished guests. Twista (reputedly one of the fastest rappers on earth) spits rhymes throughout 'Get Up Get Off' at a mind-boggling pace. Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher takes a turn on the mic on 'Shoot Down', and Kool Keith turns up on the aggro-electro-funk of 'Wake Up Call'. But it is Howlett's knob-twiddling that commands most of the attention here, sustaining the Prodigy's long-held claim to making some of the most meticulously constructed, brain-rattling club music around. This pressing also includes a bonus CD featuring 'More Girls', 'Who U Foolin', 'Hotride' (El Batori Mix) & Spitfire (Future Funk Squad's Dogfight remix) plus the enhanced videos 'Girls' & 'Spitfire'. EMI. 2005.