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About The Prodigy
The Prodigy was formed as an `electronic rave’ group in 1990 by Liam Howlett. He was then joined by dancers Keith Flint and Leeroy Thornhill to release the first Prodigy single, Charly, in August 1991. With its memorable “Charley Says” sample from the children’s public information advertisements, the single attracted some negative criticism and the group became known as a `Toy town Techno’ group. Despite the negative press the group attracted, Charly went on to become a huge success, reaching #3 in the UK single charts. The Everybody in The Place EP became The Prodigy’s second top ten UK hit, reaching #2 in the singles chart. The four track EP featured the title track, along with Crazy Man, G-Force and Rip Up The Sound System. The Prodigy then enjoyed a third top twenty UK hit with the double A side single Fire/Jericho in September 1992.

The group’s first album, Experience, was released in October 1992 and became a commercial as well as critical success, helping the group lose it’s negative `kiddie rave’ and `Toy town Techno’ labels. The group’s fourth hit UK single came with the release of Out of Space, which reached UK # 5 at the end of 1992, followed by their fourth top ten UK single One Love the following year.

The Prodigy’s second album, Music for the Jilted Generation was an instant success, entering the UK album chart at # 1 in July 1994. The first single, No Good(Start The Dance) was an international hit and reached #4 in the UK, where it stayed in the charts for nearly three months. Two further top ten singles were subsequently released, Voodoo People and Poison, ensuring the album eventually remained in the UK album charts for a total of 98 weeks.

The group’s first single release from their eagerly anticipated third album, Firestarter, entered the UK single charts at #1 in April 1996. The single became the group’s first major hit in the US, partly due to the single’s groundbreaking video, featuring a visually memorable performance by Keith Flint on lead vocals for the first time. The single was followed to the #1 position in the UK by Breathe in November 1996, which went on to become the group’s biggest selling UK single to date.

Profiting from the success of it’s first two single releases, the group’s subsequent third album, The Fat of The Land, proved to be their most successful to date, entering both the UK and US album charts at #1. The third release from the album was the highly controversially titled single, Smack My Bitch Up. Although the lyrics were said by the group to be misinterpreted by critics as being about domestic abuse, nevertheless the track was banned by many radio stations, particularly in the US where the album was also removed from sale from several large department stores. This however did little to deter sales for the single, which went on to become the group’s eighth top ten UK hit.

After a five year break from touring and recording, the group released their next single, Baby’s Got A Temper to critical and a relative commercial disappointment, although the track still became a top five hit in the UK in July 2002.

The groups fourth studio album, Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned was released in August 2004, giving the group their third UK#1. The first single release, Girls was less successful, reaching a disappointing #19 in the UK charts.

In 2005 the group released a greatest hits compilation album, Their Law - The Singles, which gave them their fourth #1 album in the UK. Remixes of previous singles Out of Space and Voodoo People were released as a double A side single to promote the album and reached the UK top twenty singles chart.

The groups next album, Invaders Must Die, was released in February 2009 to much critical and commercial acclaim, particularly in the UK where it entered the album charts at #1, selling more copies in its first week here than the group’s two previous albums. The first single, Omen was a further top five UK hit and even reached #1 in Canada.

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