NME O2 Academy Brixton London Review

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The Prodigy NME O2 Academy Brixton London Review
The Prodigy NME O2 Academy Brixton London Review

Before you read the NME review. I do have my own two cents on the Brixton gigs. First off, these are die hard loyal fans going to these gigs. Give them something special. It’s been the same setlist. I get that… for festivals n’ all. Maybe even your own gigs. But the Brixton gigs… should have been more. True loyal fans feel frustrated. Maybe it’s got to do with the Added Fat as of late as well. I’ll be doing my own little review soon about that. It’s bloody shithouse. In the NME review. Maxim saying all my warriors n’ all is cool. I dig it. But when you look back at old days, every track was better when Maxim had his lines for each track.. Maybe ‘All my Warriors’ should stick to the intro maybe… or just for Warriors Dance. Anyhow, here’s the NME review guys. Tell us what you think in the comments or on the Facebook News Post.

Credit goes out to June from Brainkiller.

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  • B. Giled.

    Really echoes what a lot of the ol skool fans felt, a bit cheated by the same set, same Maxims over and over (his name really suits these days). 90 min set. Most expensive Prodigy gig I’ve ever been to and more or less the same as four years ago. Hope you had a nice lazy Christmas too Liam.

  • The Prodigy Fanboy

    For the money alone they could have put something on bigger.. Agreed with the old fans, we are getting bored. Usually most old school fans are excited for a new record and now.. eh. The live show is always the same. Expected. But for these type of gigs, should have been different.