July 13, 2008 1:25

The Prodigy preview new album at Oxegen

Dance veterans close 02 Stage in style

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The Prodigy showcased four new songs at Oxegen Festival in the early hours of this morning (July 13).

The dance pioneers closed the second night of the three day bash at the 02 Stage with a hit-laden set which also featured new tracks.

Among the tracks previewed were 'Worlds On Fire', 'Warriors Dance', 'Mescaline' and 'First Warning', which recently featured in the gangster movie 'Smokin' Aces'.

The band attracted a huge crowd for their closing performance as Maxim constantly whipped the huge throng into a frenzy as they blasted out hit singles 'Breathe', 'Firestarter', 'Voodoo People' and 'Smack My Bitch Up'.

The Prodigy, who performed against a backdrop of giant robot heads with huge red eyes, also threw in crowd favourite 'Poison', as well as 'Spitfire' from their 2004 album 'Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned'.

As they wrapped up their energetic performance, Maxim told the crowd: "No disrespect to people on the other stages but they are in the wrong place. I'm going to take you back to fucking 1991."

They then finished their set with early single 'Out Of Space'.

The Prodigy played:

'Intro'
'Their Law'
'Worlds On Fire'
'Breathe'
'Spitfire'
'Warriors Dance'
'Firestarter'
'Action Radar Link'
'First Warning'
'Mescaline'
'Voodoo People'
'Poison'
'Diesel Power'
'Smack My Bitch Up'
'Out Of Space'


Keep up with all the action from T In The Park and Oxegen Festival this weekend (July 11-13) as it happens on NME.COM.

For news, pictures and blogs keep checking the NME.COM's T In The Park and Oxegen pages. Plus make sure you get next week's issue of NME - on UK newsstands from July 16 - for the ultimate T In The Park and Oxegen Festival review.

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