Quite amusing actually
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A 50 minute documentary exploring the creative methods, ideology, subliminal communication and media strategies of The Prodigy. Written and narrated by Rob Ager Oct 2011.
This is part 1 out of 4
The Prodigy are an English electronic dance music group formed by Liam Howlett in 1990 in Braintree, Essex. Along with Fatboy Slim, The Chemical Brothers, and other acts, The Prodigy have been credited as pioneers of the big beat genre, which achieved mainstream popularity in the 1990s and 2000s. They have sold over 25 million records worldwide.
The group’s brand of music makes use of various styles ranging from rave, hardcore techno, industrial, and breakbeat in the early 1990s to big beat and electronic rock with punk vocal elements in later times. The current members include Liam Howlett (keyboardist and composer), Keith Flint (dancer and vocalist), and Maxim (MC and vocalist). Leeroy Thornhill (dancer and very occasional live keyboardist) was a member of the band from 1990 to 2000, as was a female dancer and vocalist called Sharky who left the group during their early period. The Prodigy first emerged on the underground rave scene in the early 1990s, and have since then achieved immense popularity and worldwide renown.
In selected cinemas for one night only – For info, tickets and to view an exclusive preview of Take Me To The Hospital from the film go to theprodigy.com
An epic super-thumping incendiary show – an hour-and-a-half of pummelling dance classics, complete with thundering bass and a spectacular show. The Prodigy’s biggest ever show in front of 65,000 – the Warrior’s Dance festival, a sell out at the Milton Keynes National Bowl.