The Prodigy

Classic reissue of the very first biography of the world's biggest hard dance/rock act.

Author: Martin Roach

Publisher:

ISBN: 1906191174

Category: Rock musicians

Page: 192

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Originating from a thriving rave scene, The Prodigy have become the most successful hard dance band ever. This official history contains extensive interviews with the band, many previously unpublished photographs and a full discography.

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