Liam Prodigy “uncomfortable” about playing stadiums
The dance-punk guru admits that the band is "more about Brixton Academy" than the enorm-domes
Liam Howlett of The Prodigy has admitted that the band were unsure about playing the Milton Keynes Bowl last summer.
"To be honest I was uncomfortable about doing the gig in the first place you know. We never wanted to be like the type of band playing stadiums or whatever. We still love to play Brixton, that’s what we’re about," said the techno trooper.
"But people just kept saying we should do it and I was like ‘we will only do it as our own festival, not a Prodigy gig with a support act.’ We wanted to put on a proper day and night for the people like Oasis at Knebworth."
You can judge for yourself to see if they succeeded; World's On Fire, The Prodigy live at Milton Keynes Bowl, is out 23 May on CD, DVD and Blu ray.