We caught up with these girls back in the 90s, after the release of their second album "Crazy Sexy Cool." They were a little different than the regular variety and showed some promise. There was so much good music coming out during that time though, we kind of lost track. Offered a pair of free tickets to their show on Saturday, we jumped at the chance for a little flashback fun. It was a good show too, with performances of all of their top tracks from way back then, peppered with a few others from their latest release. The girls voices were as good as ever, along with the voice of Lisa Lopes aka Left Eye dubbed in spirit on all the necessary tracks. It was about an hour long show, with back to back tracks, and a sprinkling of commentary from the performers. Ending the show, they came to the corners of the stage and signed autographs for anyone and everyone that came up. Just about everyone at the show must have left with their signatures.
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Rephlektor - The Prodigy released their latest track ‘We Live Forever’ just last week, bringing together Keef and Maxim, plus vocal hooks from Ultramagnetic MC, over a sinister riff that keeps coming at you before erupting into a violent energy only Howlett knows how to bring. The track is a striking highlight from the upcoming album release, 'No Tourists' due out on November 2, and a reminder of a band that has resolutely followed their own route through the underbelly of popular culture since day one. The Prodigy have never taken the lazy tourist route. They dominated the illegal rave scene, challenged anti-rave legislation and redefined the whole idea of what a band should be like. They brought UK electronic music to the US heartland, turning metal kids onto Rave and ravers into metal heads. Effectively reached global audiences without compromise, racking up 6 number 1 albums and multiple honors (two Brits, two Kerrang! awards, five MTV awards, two Grammy no