2005.12.02 – Brixton Academy, London, England

Date: 2nd December 2005
Event: The Prodigy Concert – Their Law Tour
Venue: Brixton Academy
City: London
Country: England
Support: 10 ft Badger & Knobby Bollox, Audio Bullys, DJ’s Mr C and Backstage Sluts

1. Intro
2. Break and Enter
3. Wake The Fuck Up
4. Their Law
5. Breathe
6. Hotride (El Batori Mix)
7. Jericho
8. Spitfire
9. Back 2 Skool
10. Firestarter
11. Action Radar Link
12. Warning
13. Claustrophobic and We Are The Ruffest Link
14. No Good (Start The Dance)
15. Voodoo People
16. Climbatize Link
17. Poison
18. Diesel Power Beats
19. Smack My Bitch Up
20. Charly
Encore 2:
21. Out Of Space

Extra info:
Review by Ed Ward:
Off the tube, up the steps of Brixton underground, to find a crowd of touts rivalling the size of the punters really setting the mood for the show ahead.
In promotion of the new Their Law singles album, all the Prodigy classics were played out.
The mixture of ages and cultures was quite different to a usual gig, from metal kids to 20 something punks to old-school ravers all in a euphoric state.
The atmosphere was immense as Maxim and Keith Flint took the crowd by storm, almost denying them the right to have a dull night. Before the end of the second song Keith had done a crowd dive…
The night’s highlight for me was the dramatic build to the cult classic Out of Space.
It was apparent to anyone that had seen the Prodigy before that it was GOING to be played, so when the doors at the back were open and few began to leave, the majority knew what was coming. All it took was the first note of the intro to send the crowd absolutely insane.
These guys obviously need no recommendations, but all I can say is, when ever they’re next in town or where ever their next show is, go see it.
The crowd, the atmosphere, the adrenaline, and, of course, the Prodigy were and are truly unbeatable

Review by BigSugar316:
Yeah another mad Brixton show. Met up w/ the Jilted Generation crew before hand, had a mad time. We were practicing our Maxim screams in the bar lol Roll Eyes
I thought the Audio Bullys were fuckin shit. I was up at the bar at the time and they sounded like ass. The MC is totally out of synch w/ the beats imo. I like Backstage Sluts though, they’re much better. Then after they went off we get the Dirtchamber lead up Cheesy
I thought this one was better actually. Set was basically identical, just a few things changed around. Started w/ B&E then Their Law, and WTFU. WTFU was 2nd last night. I thought it worked better 3rd b/c the crowd isn’t 100% into the gig until they get something really familiar like Their Law. As soon as Liam drops that he has them in the palm of his hand  8). Jericho was much later on in the set as well, which again worked way better. Cant remember exactly, think it was before Claus Sting or something. The crowd was twice as into Jericho tonight being played later. Firestarter was just slightly different. Last night he played the old version, then finished it off w/ the new version. Tonight he started it off w/ the new version then at the first break where he’d throw in the new sample he went back to the old version, then back to the new one at the end. Kind of wish they were playing the new one, but I understand why he’s playing the old one.
Warning is just ace live i got to say. It definitely can’t be compared to when u listen to a recording. It’s perfect the way it goes in and out from madness to the down tempo parts  8)
Was funny when someone chucked a bottle at Liam and he caught it out of mid air and chucked it right back lol. Maxim came on during the encore and just heaved like 10 waters into the crowd lol. Was funny too, after No Good Maxim does his “thank you goodnight” routine which got loud boos… “hahahah”. Was definitely a better crowd over all, which made the gig better I think. Place went mad when Maxim started going “gonna take you back to ’91… Let the cat out of the bag!” Shocked
Went over to Fabric after, saw Scratch Perverts. They played a cool little Prodigy mix during their set, started w/ No Good, then went into SMBU w/ EITP “Let’s Go” samples looped over it, then into Breathe, then OOS. They also played the Pendulum mix of Voodoo People later on which went over huge.


Review from Daily Telegraph, 3rd December 2005:




Photos from the show:

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