So you released the Their Law The Singles album Id
quite to talk to you through the selection on disc 2.
For example Voodoo Beats, which has been quite a
favourite with the fans. What made you bring it back?
Have you had it sit around already or was there some
reason it got selected?
Liam Howlett: To be honest, not all the choices of what
records were on that 2nd CD were down to the
fans, but that particular one was. I kind of thought,
you know, people still like that track, but its not
really anything that could have developed into anything
else, its a kind of a live show thing, you know what I
mean. So I thought this was a good place to put it, on
that second CD, its a good bonus track.
I think a lot of people were asking about the samples
I changed the samples in it. It used to have a sample in
it my style is unorthodox, but of course it rocks, do
you remember that? Now its the Kool Keith thing,
because we couldnt clear that sample, so were using
Kool Keith now.
Is that Kool Keith sample from the wake up call full
vocals version? Are you ever going to release that?
LH: Yeah, that will become available, even if its on
our new web site. Were putting a lot of effort into
that, were definitely making sure its going to be the
best one weve had, its going to be a platform to let
people hear [thinks] kind of shit thats not ever gonna
be released, but people should hear, you know. Were
going to put tracks on there every month or something,
just so people can hear stuff. So maybe that track Wake
Up might appear on there at some point, or maybe not. I
dont know yet.
The track Back to School is also on the album. When I
asked you about that last year in the interview, when it
was still the Leeds intro, you said it never worked
out in the studio.
LH: Yeah, basically it was never destined to be an
actual track. It was written for the Leeds thing, you
know, as an intro. The actual track was written quite
long before that, it was written in 1998. Its quite old
skool sounding. It was just written and put on a DAT
tape in a cupboard! And then when we did the Leeds
thing, I pulled it out of there. Do you remember what
year that was?
LH: Yeah, so it was already a couple of years old. So it
just, kind of developed from there really. Its a track
we like doing live, it works live; you know what I mean.
Its a track I really like it, it captures a kind of
1996 spirit, its really old school for us, it works for
us. We play it live because its different, it still
evolves. Did you notice today? We just fuck around
really. Its a hard track to record and put on a record,
I didnt want to turn it into a full vocal track, I kind
of just wanted to capture the best kind of arrangement
for that version.
Was it called Gun Release at some point?
LH: Nah I dont know. Gun Release was something the
fans made up. Theres no such thing, thats a myth. It
was never called Gun Release, but there is a track
called Gun Reprise. Thats the track I played tonight
The Osaka fill
LH: Yeah, exactly, the Osaka fill thats Gun
Audio Bullys did a remix for Out of Space.
LH: I love it. I know its not very popular. But I love
In the credits it says you did some additional
production on it. Did you rework it a lot?
LH: Not really, I edited it and reprogrammed it a bit.
To be honest, what happened was, they gave me a mix, and
to me it was a bit too club based. So I kind of chopped
it down, did some edit on some of the beats, did some
minimal work on it, just edited it down and chopped the
Yeah, not many people like that, but I do really like
it! I like it, because theyve taken an old track and
just stamped their authority on it, stamped what theyre
about on the track.
You cant beat the original, the original is a classic
now. But I really like their track
Initially when you had these two remixes there was talk
that you may release a series of 12 around the album
LH: Well, theres lots of remixes around but I dont
know whether they are gonna come out. We obviously had
Voodoo People Pendulum, OOS, we had SMBU Subfocus, the
drum nbass thing. There was a no good mix and another
VP mix, the wonder kind did you hear the wonder kind
All in all, theres about seven remixes floating around,
some of which we didnt use. The thing with this record
is, we didnt kind of want to do the usual thing and
release a token new track and put it out as a single,
everyone does that. For me It was about the past, it
wasnt about selling it of the back of that.There wont
be anymore singles off that record. People must be happy
were back in the studio recording brand new material -
You have Razor on the album what made it stand out
from the other Flint tracks on the album?
LH: I like the groove, its got a militant groove; I
like that.I really like Keiths vocals on it. And it
seemed like a good place to put that track, you know
what I mean, it was worthy to make it on the record.
Did you do this version earlier or specifically for the
LH: No ,not especially .i recorded it a year ago and we
played it live a few times .I dont know whether it
necessarily works live or not. Its kind of too linear.
I just finished it and I liked it, enough to put it on
the record. And we talked about it and it had a place on
How about The way it is live remix
LH: Thats exactly what it says it is. I know people
were a bit confused and thought it was a live recording
of that track. Its basically just the version, when we
play it live off the laptop at the gigs. Its a chopped
up version of that. After going back to the studio and
reworking some of the always outnumbered tracks that
was what that was.
You had Brixton 97 on there why did you choose that
set? Why not something newer or also older stuff, or
from different eras, for example?
LH: that was a good recording of a pinicle moment. wed
recorded that show and its basically the audio to the
visual on the DVD, did you know that?
Of course we have lots of different shows, but it was
good to have some continuity, I like that show. I like
Firestarter, I like how the album starts with
Firestarter and ends with Firestarter. Thats your
fucking lot!- ha! I luv that shit, it always makes me
smile that bit.
So yeah, that just seemed to make sense for us. Im
always a bit sceptical with Prodigy live recorded
tracks, but these work, and weve got Spitfire from
Why are you sceptical with the Prodigy live recorded
LH: They never capture the energy. We always said from
day one that if anyone wants to see us it has to be
I think the DVD, weve waited a long time to release
something like this, but we finally went ok, were
doing this thing, lets try and make it something thats
And I think the DVD, it incorporates a lot of shit, its
not just a bunch of videos, we got the live thing, some
making of some of the tracks and the real videos.
But people really need to come to the gigs, to know what
Is that why youre quite wary of live recordings on the
LH: I dont mind its all cool, but stuff we put out
is stuff we think is quality. We cant control anyone
I interviewed you a year ago and there you hinted at
that you were going to do this best of, you said you
wanted it be a cool special package for the people
LH: [laughs] bullshit, haha.
... with new tracks, remixes and unheard demo. Was
that because you knew you had to do this best of?
LH: Do you think I back tracked from that slightly?
The thing is with the record company, album number five
was always going to be the Greatest Hits I dont
want to call it a fucking Greatest Hits though.
It was in my contract from 1992, you know! In 1992 we
were just like haha, Greatest Hits, what a bunch of
cunts, were never going to go that far.
As soon as Always Outnumbered was done the record
company were like ok, so next year should be this
I was like fucks sake, thats shit, I just want to do
They were like no no no, its a good time to do it,
its a good summary of what youve done.
So I gradually grew to the idea that it might be cool if
we can be creative with it. Me being selfish aswell ,I
wanted to hold a record in my hand that had all my best
It was up to us to pull together something we were happy
with. But when it came to it,. there was no way I was
gonna pull in some of the new tracks, some of the new
ideas weve got that were developing, just to stick them
on there.they r too good just for bonus shit.
It was always about the past, about what wed done
So, the inevitable No Souvenirs question you did
once say people were going to hear it in all versions
and obviously youve changed your mind again.
LH: Where did I say that - Was I drunk?
The trouble with that track is and I dont know
whether Im a bit paranoid about it - its gone on so
long, and its had so much build up. The only person
outside the band whos heard it is Martin James. At the
time I played it to him he thought it was one of the
best prodigy tunes hes ever heard. But it wasnt
ready. I could go on and on talking about it.The lyrics
were written at a time when they meant something to rob,
but those lyrics are no longer relevant, you know what I
mean. The chorus lyrics are relevant, but the actual
I try to be as honest as I can - with that track, its
got so much attention to it, its only going to lead to
disappointment, which is not what I want to put myself
in the position of it now. I know Im not happy with it
now, but its got something. I think people should just
fucking forget about it!
Its a very different thing, its like a song, its got
a chorus and verses, its got a beginning, a middle and
an end. It is a Prodigy track, but its more of a song.
It was always 60 70% there, but when we finished it,
it was just like, yeah, its really cool, but its not
quite there. Its the hardest thing I ever tried to
Youve done this video for Voodoo People Pendulum Remix,
where you have people blindfolded run around in a
forest. Who came out with this idea?
LH: The director.
Sure you must have had different treatments proposed to
you, what made you choose this particular one?
LH: The reason why is the remix has constant movement.
And to do a car chase is just dull, its really obvious,
you know. The original track, Voodoo People, the video
we had for that had constant movement, with the slightly
naff James Bond rip off we did. We laugh at it now but
its kind of cool. We had a good time doing it, you
know. It was funny watching it.
The idea was to keep the movement there. The idea is
actually from a Spanish movie, I cant remember the
name, but its from a Spanish film. And its pretty
straightforward. We were not going to be in it. but
then we had a few stupid cameo roles, you know.
I felt - not uncomfortable but I felt really kind of
detached from that remix, cause its got nothing to do
with me, know what I mean?
So its odd, it felt a bit bizarre being in that video,
its weird doing a video for a remix of my band.
I wish Id done the mix. But, I cant remix my own
songs; its the fucking hardest thing for me to do.
Because the originals are what they are, I cant do a
better mix of it, you know. I can make it sound better
but I cant make a completely different version of it,
its the hardest thing, I always come back to what it
was. Its a weird thing for us to be in that video, its
not something Id do again.
And Sharkey makes an appearance as well
LH: Yeah, I was surprised how many people actually
noticed that. We were going to put a competition up,
saying did anyone notice anything about the video?
Because I didnt realise people would actually recognise
her! Sharkey works with John now, shes great, shes a
really good friend of us still.
And no Motorola sponsorship
LH: OK, thats shite, I had to laugh when you said that!
I actually dont know - I never looked at it that way.
The guy just handed me this mobile phone and said use
He probably had a deal.
LH: I didnt get a phone out of it! Im pure Nokia. But
no one can ask me that thats insulting, ha ha. No one
will sponsor me.
I was insulted when someone said I was sponsored by Korg.
But as I told you earlier, Ive upset them now. Because
in an interview I just speak my mind. You know they
always give me free stuff or they used to. So I was
doing an interview for a key board magazine and someone
asked me Do you get given lots of free shit? I was
like yeah, Korg give me lots of free stuff, but its
stacking up in my attic! Ha ha ha. I was really just
taking the piss, I was having a laugh.
So apparently some head dude from Japan was on the phone
to the UK one day we had never one of our artists say
anything like this, whats going on?. They are very
fucking angry with me!
Last question about the video. Whats in the bag?
LH: [laughs then silence] Its a 12 inch dildo thats
why Sharkey looks very happy!
You also had a DVD coming out
LH: Its in the fucking shops, I cant believe it, I saw
a copy today!
It is in every shop Ive been in, it was in HMV in
Stansted airport yesterday morning.
That was a fuck up really it was no ones fault. I tell
you what happened. Its obviously built to be the Best
Of The Prodigy, but the first thing you see its
really stupid - when you put your DVD in when the
interface comes up, the first thing you see is The
Prodigy live at Brixton. So what they say is; what is
it? Is it a live video or is it a compilation of videos?
So basically they made us change it.
Is that what it is? Everyone thought it was about Smack
My Bitch Up
LH: No no no, nothing to do with that. Its to do with
the fact that what comes up when you put it in, so what
theyre saying is, it can be confusing to a buyer. Is it
a compilation or is it a live video. But its going to
make the versions that are out there now worth some
money, because all those have gone out now and they are
wrong. Its always with things like that, in 5 years
time when all the correct version is out people will
want to have the original version.
On the DVD, you also have a hidden extra the Always
Outnumbered Never Outgunned demo mix with sections of
Trigger / Shootdown / Gun Reprise.
LH: No Souvenirs was on there but I took it out, the
chorus was on there. I took it out because it involves
Rob and I didnt ask Rob whether I could do that and I
didnt want to get into that cause you never know whats
going to happen in the future with that track.
What else is on that demo mix?
LH: Just bits and pieces from the very early stages of
recording the album. All these visuals, they were done
at that point as well. We had this guy Jimmy, who also
did the BGAT artwork, he had all these really cool
visuals, but his end result for the cover didnt cut it
for me, it wasnt quite right.
He had all those windmill ideas, and then to my fucking
horror the Gorillaz had that windmill thing. Because I
thought that was a really cool thing, we had this dude,
that had a windmill on his head, a mad character. We
might bring that back, cause he was really cool. So if
people wonder what those windmills are, theyre from
The tracks on there, theyre all like demos, bits and
pieces that fans may be interested in.
The Gun Reprise track, you once told me it was a part of
Shoot Down at some point
LH: Basically, that was an orchestral version with
strings of bits of shoot down, it was originally going
to be on the album, but in the end I just didnt bother.
Are going to do anything with it, you played it live
LH: Its got good musical value. its got a slight
Massive Attack kind of feel. So I dont know,its kind
of tied to the other album. As I said before, the new
album will be more melodic, so there might be the odd
track with that kind of flavour.
Youve just released a DVD. Are you planning to release
other DVDs in future, like a dedicated live DVD for
LH: Yeah, were going to record the tour weve got
coming up. We were just discussing tonight which dates
we are going to record when we do our tour in November /
December. We will hopefully get one wicked thing out of
it, but I dont know if thats something people want to
get, you know?
I think just a live DVD, I dont know, Id like to give
people a bit more, so we might do something clever with
it in the future. Maybe when we do our new material, we
could tie it in, maybe when we do our new album, it
could be a double album and the other disc could be the
DVD. Just putting the live thing out, to me, wouldnt
really be good value for money.
Youre confirmed to release a Back to mine compilation
in January, have you got any special tracks planned for
LH: Yes, I can confirm, the Wake the fuck up that will
be the first track on that album. Basically, this album,
dont expect it to be like Dirtchamber, cause its not
mixed. At some point there will be another mix album
from me, but that will be after the new record, because
thats what Im concentrating on at the moment. Back to
Mine is basically the shit I play when Im at my house
having a party. Its a selection of tracks that mean
something to me over the years, theres lots of
different shit. Some of it is obvious, but they are
tracks I really like. Theres no Sex Pistols on there.
Public Enemy, Specials, The Stranglers, Vatican DC,
QOTSA, Method Man mix Prodigy, Dolly Parton Jolene!
Yeah, Dolly Parton - I freak my friends out when were
at my house having a party. I stick that on and watch
their faces. Its got no bass on it, no bass whatsoever,
and her voice is just wicked. It had to go on there.
And I put The Jam in the city on there for Keith.
And the Wake the fuck up Jam are you only going to put
it on the back to mine, or on a new Prodigy album as
LH: Nah, not on a new Prodigy album, no. Its exclusive
to this record and thats that. Cause it is a chop up,
its a remix obviously of a few different tracks its
got bits of Wake up in it, its got bits of Spitfire in
it, its not a track that has got any more development,
do you know what I mean, it is what it is. Its a track
I love though, I love doing it live!
And thats the thing, when we do the tour, we probably
wont do Warning on that tour, because its not relevant
at all to the Singles album, and that shit. So we want
to put in some old stuff, but Wake the fuck up is not
one I want to drop, because I fuckin love it. The thing
with the tour though is that I dont want it to be a
nostalgic trip, you know, I still want it to have an
Im not saying Im just playing loads of new stuff, but
the old stuff needs to have a bit of a twist, it cant
Youve already spoken about new material and that it
will be more melodic. How does that fit into the
LH: People must understand that when I say that - it
will still be equally as tough and it wont loose
anything of what were about. It will be more the
melodic value the first and second album had, but maybe
the third didnt have that much. Cause I think the first
album had quite a lot of musical value, do you know what
I mean, but I think as time has gone on that has taken a
bit of a back seat, but I think the new stuff definitely
has more musical value.
How are Warning and Dead ken beats going to fall
into that category?
LH: Dead ken beats will definitely be on that record, we
were talking about it tonight. Dead ken is a track we
really like, we like the groove and the beat and its
really fucking tough.its stil developing. Its a
different groove; its really kind of fresh sounding.
Its a track im really going to have to go and find the
right vocal for, which is one of the things I am doing
We decided tonight 5 minutes before the show lets not
do Wake up, lets do Dead Ken, lets just do a jam. And I
dont know whether you noticed tonight at the show it
was a mish mash. These little shows are cool, be cause
they really give us the opportunity to fuck around, you
know. The big shows when you got lots of people there
you really got to plan it out more and figure out the
set. Tonight was more making up as we go along. No
arrangements in Dead Ken at all, lets just fucking jam!
As its the Their Law The Singles tour, have you got any
more old stuff youre bringing back?
LH: I see youve got Jericho written down there, thats
definitely coming back.
When I asked you last year, you told me off about asking
you about bringing back the old tracks.
LH: Well, Out of Space has obviously been in the set
since Dublin, I know you were there, and that was a
great fucking moment, but now its like the position it
is in the set is really good, it is a great way to
finish the set.
But with the other tracks, the thing is weve got Charly
and EITP. I think weve got to try and somehow
incorporate at least one of these tracks into the set, I
dont know how yet (pauses) I really dont know.
(pauses) I really fucking dont know!
With Death of the Prodigy Dancer, you had told me a
while ago that you had lost the studio version ... [it
is on the new Prodigy web site now]
LH: Haha, yeah, I found it!
I found it in the DATs in the studio. I was flicking
through the drawer, and I pulled it out fucking hell,
thats the only copy Ive got of it right there. And at
the end of it, because I didnt press stop on the DAT
quick enough on the DAT a bit of the next track comes
in, ha ha.
But like I said, you know, and we will be more on it
this time with the web site, hopefully each month we
will be giving out old unreleased shit. Trigger
instrumental might be the next one, maybe.
When you are playing the next shows now, is it going to
be a set building up or more just tracks dropping in and
LH: Yeah, its always building it up. Like now, I know
Ive got like four tracks in my head, that Im working
towards when were on that tour. John [the bands tour
manager] is disgusted with me that theyre not in there
now, but Im like chill out man, by the time we get to
England they will be fresh for everyone. I want it to be
fucking fresh, do you know what I mean, I dont want to
do it now, I want it to be fucking fresh, for us as
well. So the fact is like, Ive got quite a lot of work
to do. So maybe the next few gigs, people will gradually
hear one of the tracks creep in. I played Jericho at the
sound check the other day, and Keith was like Whats
that tune man? I was like its fucking Jericho man!
Do you feel that going away from festivals gives you
more space to experiment?
LH: Yeah, absolutely. Its so much more room to be much
more experimental at these gigs. Whether thats a good
thing or a bad thing for the fans, I dont know. Its
good for us. I personally think that if people come to a
show and see a live jam of Dead Ken made up on the spot,
then that aint gonna happen a lot, that is never gonna
happen on the tour. By the time were on that tour it
will be a proper arrangement, you know. And people
should value that they can say I was there.
What do you like about touring?
LH: I love the fatigue of touring, you know when youre
completely fucked and you just go on and on and on and
on. I love that.
I hate travelling, I hate sitting on an airplane, I hate
getting up early in the morning, I hate everything about
it apart from walking on stage and going yeah this is
what we do.
I hate tour buses we did tour buses a couple of months
ago you didnt come to those eastern European gigs,
did you? We did tour buses there and it was fucking
miserable. Theyre just like coffins, these bunks, and I
was just awake all night thinking the bus is going to
crash, you know!
You got a new web site and said you were going to upload
some stuff now
LH: People should be happy with that, it took a lot of
Actually, people hacked into the site the night before
it was finished. And I was like to the guy from Rockstar
who did it, come on, make it a bit more secure, for
fucks sake. It was only still work in progress and
people were already posting and moaning oh its not
this, its not that. Its just one fucking lunatic who
has hacked into it not everyone was doing it, it was one
Two weeks ago it still wasnt together, but we were
talking about it one month ago we said we wanted a past,
present and future. Its all set up now, any archive
stuff weve got goes in there, any news stuff weve got
goes in there and any future stuff goes in there. I may
well upload 10 or 20 seconds of new tracks on there, so
people can vibe off that.its a good platform to do
that. I dont think we had that on any web site we had
before. Its all there now, all the holes are there to
How about your own personal messages on there, do you
LH: Oh yeah, I always do that when Im pissed. Always! I
love them, I always do them late at night, at 12 Im
sitting there going [pretends to type] I get very
involved you know, I get very passionate.
So we were talking about that you are going to upload
some rare tracks on the web site how about the
recording of Diesel Power live with Kool Keith, can we
reveal you have this recorded?
LH: I have got a recording but I wouldnt say its good
enough. In Australia. Ha ha ha. Lets just live the
moment, for people who were there, thats all I can say.
That wont be on.
With the new web site, I am really keen on putting some
stuff on that people are really interested in, for
example I may put on these two mixes when I did this
competition when I was still DJing. And I think that may
be funny for people to hear. Its definitely going on at
some point; its kind of got historic values!
Talking about historic values, and thinking back your
career and also the last few years, anything you would
have done differently now?
LH: Nothing. Not one thing. Well maybe the green and
white costumes at the beginning . [quiet] what the fuck
was I thinking.
I saw you on some MTV show the other day commenting on
the wind it up video
LH: Yeah that period, I didnt want to release Wind it
Up, I felt like Michael Jackson, who just caned his
album and released every fucking single off that, I
didnt really want to release any more singles, I didnt
want to release Wind it up, but the record company was
like yeah, we should do it. So that was it for me,
wind it up period I hated the video I liked the
track, but I hated the idea of releasing it as a single,
you know what I mean, I was over that, I was over the
Wind it up was recorded probably a year before it came
out, so for me it was like releasing an old track.
Actually when the video was shot in LA, that was when I
first heard Rage Against the Machines first album and
as soon as I heard that it blew my mind. And I went back
to London to the studio, with that in my head, fresh,
and recorded Their Law and Poison. They were the first
tracks that kind of inspired that anger and that new
sound that came out.
Is there a new angle you have now with the new material.
With the last album you had a new program you used
Reason that influenced you, is there a specific new
LH: You know the Reason thing was just a way forward for
me to write music. Reason is a good platform to get
ideas going, but it is not necessarily the platform to
finish tracks on, for me. It is good for me to go into a
hotel room and quickly get an idea down, thats what its
There is no angle, just angry beats and noise. Keith and
Maxim are going to be on this record.
They wont be on every track, but they will be on a few.
Weve been through some tough times like any band, the
Babys Got a Temper period was fucking dangerous for this
band, it was nearly the end for me. None of us were
speaking to each other, it was just bad communication.
How did you resolve that?
LH: The music resolved it, because thats the common
denominator between us guys. We dont necessarily hang
out, we dont have the same group of friends, but the
music brought us back together. Once the album was done
I always knew we would play it live, but I didnt know
how wed do it, Id had it pictured in my head,
obviously werent going to play the whole album. But
that worked well, we all went back together in the
studio, we all talked to each other again about the
show. When we first stepped on stage in Greece even
though it wasnt really the best gig we ever did, wed
kind of come off, knowing it was all cool, and that we
had a future, knowing we had the fire still. And now its
like, its all about, writing new tracks, if its not
firing ,its not coming out.
When you did the last album you didnt do any live
shows, but now youre back on the road while writing, do
you think thats a positive thing?
LH: Absolutely. Ive said before, this band cannot
survive without doing gigs, you know what I mean. Thats
the end of it. We have to play gigs. We now start
booking gigs for next year, and thats a good thing. We
may try out things during the sound check, we may drop
something new in the set, you know. We wont be doing a
lot of UK gigs next year. One or two at the most.
Because when we come back we will be on fire with loads
of fresh music. Theres no point being in peoples faces
all the time. Its better to come back with like six
brand new tunes, killer tunes, you know, and bust them
out straight there, rather than do a few UK gigs with no
Ive got a fan question from James Jupiter for you .
Why the name change from The Prodigy, to Prodigy and
then back to The Prodigy?
Do you know what? I have no actual explanation for that!
I really have no explanation. All I can say is, right,
its to do with the logo, ha ha, it wouldnt have fit in
properly. Honestly, thats the truth.
Because when we had like Prodigy when we were in the
BGAT period it was like a square, so there was no space
for the the, it was something as fucking stupid as
that. But it always has been The Prodigy in my head.
Another one by JJapart from the Earthbound releases,
did you ever release any others as white labels?
LH: That is for me to know. The answer is yes, but Im
not going to tell no one about that. They are not big
tracks, but there is one other white label out there
that people will know, but wont know its me.
Next year what is it going to be about for you, is it
going to be about touring, recording the new album?
LH: Its going to be about recording, writing and
recording the new record. We started fucking around now,
but because we have been so busy on tour we havent
really gone hard into it. Its really about putting the
time in; you really have to give yourself that time. So
next year, were not doing any gigs in January, so were
going to be recording in January. February were going
to be in Japan, big tour, we might do like 6 or 7, 8
gigs. March were going back to America, were doing the
Miami Music conference, which really is like a dance
event. Basically, our tour will evolve around that.
Well probably do Washington, New York we probably
wont go West, we will stay on the East coast.
The rest of the year will be sporadic gigs, you know
like we did a couple of months ago when we were just
here and there.
Liam Howlett was interviewed by Andrea Schnepf aka neko
(www.nekozine.co.uk) on 19th October after
The Prodigys show in Copenhagen.