The Prodigy Concert Film – World’s On Fire

The Prodigy have announced a new concert film, World’s On Fire, that will be shown one night only, March 31st, 2011, in selected theaters around the world:

Recorded before 65,000 fans, World’s On Fire is the debut live film documenting The Prodigy’s biggest concert to date. The incendiary performance — including Firestarter, Breathe, Invaders Must Die, Out of Space and Omen — will be screened for one night only featuring audio engineered by the band themselves in 5.1 surround sound.

Directed by award winning director Paul Dugdale, the full length feature was devised with close direction from the band throughout, and features a short film of previously unseen footage taken on tour in Brazil. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to witness their untouchable live performance in a unique cinematic surround.

Details at The Prodigy site. No sign of US showings.

Includes performances of these tracks:

  • Breathe
  • Omen
  • Warrior’s Dance
  • Firestarter
  • Run With The Wolves
  • Weather Experience
  • Voodoo People
  • Invaders Must Die
  • Smack My Bitch Up
  • Take Me To The Hospital
  • Everybody In The Place
  • Their Law
  • Out Of Space


6 thoughts on “The Prodigy Concert Film – World’s On Fire

  1. Cool track, but I've never understood the whole concept of damaging equipment…what is the point ? wanna really inpress me, toss the equipment out to the fans…let them put it to some use.

  2. Really?? My, times have changed…

    It's a long-standing tradition (see: Hendrix, Townsend, Cobain, Reznor, etc.). Acts used to get loads of cheap equipment solely for the purpose of destroying it on tour, and often had to repair/replace amps after every show.

    Man, rock & roll really is dead.

  3. The Who used to have fake gear that they used just for smashing up, speakers that were for show that they could kick over, etc.

  4. The Who used to have gear that was basically just for show, speakers that looked cool but were empty and for kicking over, etc.

  5. NIN did this a lot too. Reznor used pretty inexpensive Dean Evo Noir guitars that ended up flying across stage, but were sold later for charity, I believe. Also, various keyboardists used lots of cheap midi controllers so actual synths were never touched when shit gets smashed.

    It is part of the show! If you're spending money on lights, or pyrotechnics, why not pick up some cheap/dummy gear too?

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