Jason Williamson of the Nottingham post-punk/hip-hop duo Sleaford Mods contributes vocals to this track, which lays into superstar DJ culture. The song was inspired by what keyboardist/producer Liam Howlett observed when The Prodigy did a gig in Ibiza. "I'm not a great fan of the place, but it isn't an attack on the island, it's an attack on these mindless f--king jokers that arrive in their Learjets, pull a USB stick out of their pockets, plug it in and wave their hands in the air to a pre-programmed mix," he explained to The Guardian.
"I can't name names, but our lighting guy pulled out a CD, and said this is blah blah blah's set, and I'm like, 'What do you mean?' Turns out that our lighting guy plays it from the front of house while this DJ is onstage pretending to push buttons," Howlett continued. "Maybe I'm an angry person, but I was infuriated by this laziness. What's all that s--t about? You can't build a scene around that, it's never going to last or be credible."