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Prodigy’s long awaited new album will be released next spring, according to LIAM HOWLETT.

Following the release of the single 'Baby's Got A Temper' in early 2002, Prodigy have been attempting to finish the long-awaited follow-up to 1997's'The Fat Of The Land'.

The record, which has a working title of ‘Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned’, will now be released next year according to main man Liam Howlett.

In a statement issued to the US press, Liam said: "Recording of the album started about four months ago. Intentions are to deliver the new album shortly after the New Year. Single release will precede a spring/summer album release date."

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