The epitaph on Prodigy's singles comp extends to 2005, but let's not fool ourselves: this is a group that never fully escaped the 90s. Some of their stuff endures; most doesn't. If you had only a passing interest in that scowly cyberpunk shouting "Fieyastahta," this retrospective isn't going to rekindle any flames. If Firestarter was your rave soundtrack, chances are you've moved on to something more sophisticated. That leaves... who? Hardcore fans of Liam Howlett's big-beat electro-punk, the ones appreciative enough to shell out for a double-disc set featuring hits, remixes, live cuts and a hefty photo booklet justifying the hefty price. Nobody's denying that there are a few slamming tracks, but it's too early to be nostalgic for the late 90s.