The Prodigy

The Prodigy

With the Mayan calendar drawing to its abrupt end on December 21, The Prodigy have decided that one last party to end all parties is in order. And not just one, but THREE, to ensure the world’s last days are debauched enough to measure up to...

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Live Review: The Prodigy

Live Review: The Prodigy

We’re under attack. An incredible onslaught of noise. The sound of missiles, choppers, shelling: boom boom boom. Strobe lights disorientate us, the smell of smoke and adrenaline thick in the nostrils, hellish screaming all around. Bare-chested...

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The Prodigy

The Prodigy

It doesn't get a lot more old school than this. Hang on to your teeth as that insolent, needling high-pitched synth line drives you out of your mind and sends you rampaging round your local supermarket to toss dried pasta everywhere in a dance...

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The Prodigy: Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005

The Prodigy: Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005

Ten years ago, the singer in the biggest band in the world wasn’t a yoga-loving vegan who told you to make trade fair. He was a chubby, smiling, Essex wideboy who was pierced to within an inch of his life, had bright green horns for hair and...

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Prodigy  : Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned

Prodigy : Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned

Undeniably, 'Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned', used in the way intended - slapped into a CD player, volume turned up to a point where Scottish crofters would get complaints from their neighbours, and let rip - is a marvellous, thrusting beast....

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Prodigy  : Baby's Got A Temper

Prodigy : Baby's Got A Temper

They were the firestarters, twisted firstarters, and now they're just total fucking idiots. The Prodigy: grown, pierced men who live in palatial Essex mansions and who laughably believe that singing a chorus of " we use royphonol " over some...

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