Named 'Strangely Limited Edition' since the 12" was only out for 2 weeks before being withdrawn.
Released in September 1992, this was the Prodigy's first release for nearly a year. It reached #11 in the UK singles charts. The title track is very hard, and shut up those who thought The Prodigy were turning soft for the charts. Even harder, on the flip side is Jericho, a frenzy of horns, breakbeats and percussion. This EP kicked ass, and was deleted after two weeks, in preparation for the release of the Prodigy's first album, Experience.
Named 'Strangely Limited Edition' since the 12" was only out for 2 weeks before being withdrawn. This in order to prime the market for the album which was due to be released a few months later. However the single has long since been re-released and eventually they forgot to remove the "Strangely Limited Edition"-text from the cover so that's why the sub-title still stands.
A video was recorded for the track but the band thought it turned out so bad that they never released it commercially for airplay. However it turned up on a compilation from XL in '92 called 'The Video Chapter', it has become a very sought after rarity among prodigy collectors since its still the only way to get hold of the Fire video.
What Evil Lurks
Music For The Jilted Generation
The Fat Of The Land
Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned
Invaders Must Die
The Day Is My Enemy
The Day Is My Enemy (Expanded Edition)
The Night Is My Friend EP
More Music For The Jilted Generation
Their Law: The Singles 1990–2005
The Added Fat EP
Prodigy Present: The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One
The Prodigy Experience - Expanded: Remixes & B-sides
Light Up The Sky
Back To Mine
Invaders Must Die EP
Smack My Bitch Up
Baby's Got A Temper
Everybody In The Place
Take Me To The Hospital