Angus Scripps reviews The Prodigy live at Alexandra Palace as part of their European live tour…
The Prodigy brought their No Tourists tour to London’s Ally Pally on Wednesday night. As a band who have been around for close to 30 years, they are certainly practised at putting on a live show.
Despite their advancing years Liam and the gang can still make the room feel young. And on a school night as well…
From wall to ceiling, from the Nineties to the Naughties, they had a massive roomful of people in the palm of their hand.
Their set contained a perfect mix of ear-splitting heavy dance tunes from their new album (theprodigy.tmstor.es) and classics from their extensive back catalogue, which drove the crowds wild.
‘The Prodigy are no tourists and never were.’
A live Prodigy gig is like no other. They create a rave atmosphere complete with mosh pits and lasers that’s not for the faint-hearted. If you are a fan of what they do this is a tour not to be missed.
Always uncompromising, The Prodigy’s influence can be seen across generations, turning metal kids on to raving and ravers into metalheads. The band put out genre-destroying record after genre-defying record and, from the very start, were renegade revolutionaries. Put simply, The Prodigy are no tourists and never were.
Want to see for yourself? You can make a trip of it to catch The Prodigy on their live Eurpoean tour. They’ll play Berlin on Tuesday, 27th November, Munich on Wednesday 28th, Livorno on Friday 30th, Rimini on Saturday, 1st December, Zurich on Monday 3rd December, Frankfurst on Tuesday, 4th December, Dusseldorf on Wednesday 5th December, Brussels on Friday 7th December, Luxembourg on Saturday 8th and Amsterdam on Sunday 9th. www.theprodigy.com