The musical experience which you can feel living a Prodigy show is like a bomb exploding in front of your face for one hour and a half, with the strange effect of making you feel very happy and euphoric. Time passes by but the energy offered by Liam Howlett and his synth battleship, Keith Flint and his tireless dance, Maxim and his powerful rapping remain trademarks of the band that more than 20 years ago contributed to the explosion of rave and big beat culture, worldwide.

Palamodigliani is not sold out but the audience is full of energy. The setlist is variegated and cover all their career steps; from the drum’n’bass of the first albums to the powerful hardcore of The Fat of the Land (“Breathe”, “Firestarter” and “Smack My Bitch Up” are unattainable masterpieces), from the anthems of the last albums (“The Day is May Enemy”) to the electronic storms of the recent No Tourists.

The sound is heavy, the guitar of Rob Hollyday is the foreground “object”, bass lines are continuous blasts: a joy for the body and the ears. After a solid encore, the band says goodbye to a tired and excited audience. 


  1. Breathe
  2. Resonate
  3. Nasty
  4. Omen
  5. Champions of London
  6. Voodoo People
  7. Run With the Wolves
  8. The Day Is My Enemy
  9. Need Some1
  10. Everybody in the Place
  11. Firestarter
  12. Roadblox
  13. Light Up the Sky
  14. No Good (Start the Dance)
  15. Smack My Bitch Up


  1. We Live Forever
  2. Fire
  3. Take Me to the Hospital Timebomb Zone
  4. Out of Space