This show was 4th in the global rave chart and 13th in the global electro chart.
THE Prodigy have been around for so long they’re now considered the “godfathers of rave”.
But despite now being in their forties, keyboard player Liam Howlett and vocalists Keith Flint and Maxim still have the energy of teenagers.
Their combination of rave, techno and big beat is still as infectious today as it was in the Nineties, and Flint, still sporting his famous spiked hairstyle, remains an awe-inspiring frontman, prowling and dominating the stage on Firestarter.
Kicking off with the raucous Breathe, they followed it recent single Nasty, which saw the crowd set off red and green flares. This and the band’s blazing stage light show added to the atmosphere.
The Prodigy have been discussing the possibility of retiring, but for the moment they’re still one of the best live acts around and a perfect band to close this year’s T In The Park.
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