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Author:  Progress Is Made [ Sun Oct 06, 2019 4:04 pm ]
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BwA_X49Nxs

Need some1 - (Audio remix)

Author:  James Jupiter [ Sat Nov 23, 2019 10:05 pm ]
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Over a year since the album came out.

Author:  Harbinger [ Thu Feb 06, 2020 12:43 pm ]
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This month is 30 years since the first PA in Dalston.

Author:  jonyintheplace [ Fri Feb 07, 2020 11:21 pm ]
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is this the worst moment in the history of The Prodigy?

Author:  Aquila [ Sun Feb 09, 2020 7:31 am ]
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jonyintheplace wrote:
is this the worst moment in the history of The Prodigy?


Is what the worst moment?

Maybe you forgot what happened last March?

Author:  jonyintheplace [ Sun Feb 09, 2020 1:27 pm ]
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I mean this moment as post March 2019. It wasn't that difficult to understand, but Prodigy forums are always full of friendly people...

I mean, I sometimes think that The Prodigy as a two-piece band will not be The Prodigy anymore, even though the musical brain is Liam. There's no even point in having a one last gig with no dancers. That's the way I see it but I can see Liam releasing material on his own.

Author:  Lastu [ Sun Feb 09, 2020 5:26 pm ]
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jonyintheplace wrote:
I mean this moment as post March 2019. It wasn't that difficult to understand, but Prodigy forums are always full of friendly people...

I mean, I sometimes think that The Prodigy as a two-piece band will not be The Prodigy anymore, even though the musical brain is Liam. There's no even point in having a one last gig with no dancers. That's the way I see it but I can see Liam releasing material on his own.


I am sharing jonyintheplace's frequency only up to that point when you say Liam is the musical brain (please check my avatar).
But seems like you - among many others - are way too locked to the era where Keith was more or less the frontman of the Band..

This was not always the case as you remember the great musical eras prior to FOTL.

Me personally still want to hope and impatiently wait if they are together with Maxim willing to renew the whole concept of The Prodigy as "a duo project". This also could hopefully mean more surprise quest vocalists both on their live shows and on their hopefully forthcoming album.

In short I really like to think the death of Keith is NOT the end of their story but a start of something new and unpredictable. But I may have to accept it can be really difficult to the ones who think Keith Flint is all what ever was essential in The Prodigy. I don't get this way of thinking even if I did always acknowledge his stage charisma and powerful lyric writing skills.

All I can say we all have to let this surrender mood and self-pity go already...

Author:  nucleartitan [ Sun Feb 09, 2020 5:42 pm ]
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Lastu wrote:
jonyintheplace wrote:
I mean this moment as post March 2019. It wasn't that difficult to understand, but Prodigy forums are always full of friendly people...

I mean, I sometimes think that The Prodigy as a two-piece band will not be The Prodigy anymore, even though the musical brain is Liam. There's no even point in having a one last gig with no dancers. That's the way I see it but I can see Liam releasing material on his own.


I am sharing jonyintheplace's frequency only up to that point when you say Liam is the musical brain (please check my avatar).
But seems like you - among many others - are way too locked to the era where Keith was more or less the frontman of the Band..

This was not always the case as you remember the great musical eras prior to FOTL.

Me personally still want to hope and impatiently wait if they are together with Maxim willing to renew the whole concept of The Prodigy as "a duo project". This also could hopefully mean more surprise quest vocalists both on their live shows and on their hopefully forthcoming album.

In short I really like to think the death of Keith is NOT the end of their story but a start of something new and unpredictable. But I may have to accept it can be really difficult to the ones who think Keith Flint is all what ever was essential in The Prodigy. I don't get this way of thinking even if I did always acknowledge his stage charisma and powerful lyric writing skills.

All I can say we all have to let this surrender mood and self-pity go already...


I agree with you and I add that such a tragical event as Keith's death could be crucial to understand one of the "what if?" cases. This is a very strong testbed for the guys. That reminds me someway the period in which Keith Moon died and The Who released 2 or 3 years after the album "It's Hard". They weren't the same The Who anymore, but even they tried and someway they did it, even if the best times were those in which Keith Moon played with 'em (Tommy, Quadrophenia) and so on...

Author:  Harbinger [ Sun Feb 09, 2020 10:48 pm ]
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Harbinger wrote:
This month is 30 years since the first PA in Dalston.


Actually, first gig must have been 91. My bad.

Author:  Jimmy Mcgroe [ Wed Feb 12, 2020 9:36 pm ]
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While the live show would definitely feel Keith's loss, we've still got Leo and Ollie on stage so it's still really a foursome performance. Maxim has been the main "voice" since the beginning so it's not too dissimilar from the older performances, just switch out dancers for live drums and guitars. Having Leeroy booked as a permanent support DJ for future live gigs would smooth the transition, and strengthen the vibe for both fans and the band imho.
There's Prodigy in our future, whatever form it takes I'm happy they are continuing.

Author:  Lastu [ Thu Feb 13, 2020 5:32 am ]
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Jimmy Mcgroe wrote:
While the live show would definitely feel Keith's loss, we've still got Leo and Ollie on stage so it's still really a foursome performance. Maxim has been the main "voice" since the beginning so it's not too dissimilar from the older performances, just switch out dancers for live drums and guitars. Having Leeroy booked as a permanent support DJ for future live gigs would smooth the transition, and strengthen the vibe for both fans and the band imho.
There's Prodigy in our future, whatever form it takes I'm happy they are continuing.


:!: AMEN :!:

Author:  JRSZ [ Tue Feb 18, 2020 11:45 pm ]
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^ This
It would be great if Leeroy supporting boys will appear introduced by Maxim to dance on the one final song or something Like Kool Keith sang the Diesel Power that one time :D
To be honest I can't understand why on the gigs supported by Ho99o9 the didn't play the FFwF

Author:  philchill [ Sun Mar 01, 2020 12:52 pm ]
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Read the second paragraph, I don't think they were mean't to reveal that. I tried dropping a couple of hints about people not getting credit a while back without getting Rob in trouble. You should all check his stuff out, LH level genius IMO...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9UpnYkcleU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bJsXoSXjUU

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Author:  SPECIAL FORCES [ Thu Mar 05, 2020 12:00 am ]
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Otis P Jivefunk wrote:
I say bittersweet because it's both good that they were at the top of their game, and it's also all the sadder for it.

The album has helped me cope with what has happened, you could say it's been cathartic when I still feel incredibly deflated.


tbh im so sad , I stopped listening to the band for almost a year.
I always thought we would start barking because it would take Liam
3-4 years to announce a last album and another 3-4 to release it.
Never thought this would happen. But if you think of it,we lose family,friends,lovers.....we forget sometimes their are people like us made out of flesh and bones.

Author:  Electronic_PunkĀ® [ Thu Mar 05, 2020 12:12 am ]
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SPECIAL FORCES wrote:
Otis P Jivefunk wrote:
I say bittersweet because it's both good that they were at the top of their game, and it's also all the sadder for it.

The album has helped me cope with what has happened, you could say it's been cathartic when I still feel incredibly deflated.


tbh im so sad , I stopped listening to the band for almost a year.
I always thought we would start barking because it would take Liam
3-4 years to announce a last album and another 3-4 to release it.
Never thought this would happen. But if you think of it,we lose family,friends,lovers.....we forget sometimes their are people like us made out of flesh and bones.

It's good to see you again :guns:

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