August 28, 2009 21:20

Prodigy set Leeds Festival 'on fire'

Fans light flare during Keith Flint and co's set

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The Prodigy's opening song at Leeds Festival tonight (August 28), 'World's On Fire', proved prophetic, as it inspired fans in the crowd to light a flare.

The firestarters sparked up the flame before 'Warrior's Dance', which inspired riotous scenes at the Main Stage.

The Essex band got the masses raving with a typically energetic set, including fan favourites such as 'Breathe' and 'Voodoo People'.

'Firestarter' saw singer Keith Flint charge around the stage, while his co-frontman Maxim regularly fired the crowd up with rallying cries of, "Where the fuck are you Leeds Festival?".

"If you ain't fucking here, where the fuck are you? You're fucking nowhere," he told the crowd before 'Invaders Must Die', perhaps alluding to those who had chosen to go and see Glasvegas on the Radio 1/NME Stage instead.

The stage was lit up by a dazzling strobe show throughout the set, which culminated in a climactic 'Out Of Space'.

The Prodigy played:

'World's On Fire'
'Breathe'
'Omen'
'Warrior's Dance'
'Firestarter'
'Run With The Wolves'
'Voodoo People'
'Invaders Must Die'
'Smack My Bitch Up'
'Take Me To The Hospital'
'Out Of Space'


NME.COM will be coming live from both the Reading And Leeds Festivals sites this weekend (August 28-30). Stay tuned to NME.COM/festivals for news reports, blogs, video interviews and photos from the event.

Get next Wednesday's (September 2) issue of NME for the ultimate Reading And Leeds Festivals review.

Plus have your say on this summer - fill in the annual NME Festival survey now to cast your verdict on 2009, and tell festival chiefs who you want to see next year.

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