Braintree's finest dance act The Prodigy really are quite brilliant, and with tickets going on sale this morning for their three special gigs at Brixton Academy it was more than enough to get us excited.
Liam Howlett (composer and keyboardist), Keith Flint (vocalist), and Maxim Reality (vocalist/MC) formed in the early 1990s and it has been a long, sometimes hard, struggle to get where they are now.
From drugs infused/rave favourite 'Charly' to their own mini-festival at the Milton Keynes National Bowl, they are the band that seem to have done it all. Gigwise takes a look at some key moments in the illustrious career of the legendary dance act.
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