The Back To Mine series asks musicians and DJs to put together a mix of what they'd play their friends at their house after a night out. Of course, people don't go to Liam Prodigy's house to chill out and relax, so this collection comes across more like some oddball party-rock mix. I'm not a fan of the Prodigy's over-the-top rave punk, but this disc is undeniably a lot of fun if you're not expecting a normal DJ release. There aren't that many real obscurities here, but did we really expect this guy to be a serious crate-digger? What makes it work are the ridiculous juxtapositions: Dolly Parton next to Public Image Limited, or the Jam next to ELO.