Five songs from'The Prodigy' to remember Keith Flint - The Province
The death of Keith Flint, singer of 'The Prodigy', has left a great void in the world of music and an important legacy with the group, one of the most eclectic and relevant electronic bands of the last decades.
These are five of the most iconic themes Of the information:
If it is not the most, is among the best known topics of the British band. He left in 1996 and was the number one in the charts in the United Kingdom, France, Denmark, Australia and many other countries.
'Smack My Bitch Up'>
The lyrics are not the only peculiar thing of this song, whose translation into Spanish would be "slaps my whore". The video clip is so strong that was censored by the BBC from the moment he saw the light, in 1997.
The 'single' with which they made themselves known in 1991, belonging to the album 'Experience', for which they received criticism and praise in equal parts.
'The Day Is My Enemy'
Probably the best song of his latest album, the sixth of the band, which came out in 2015.
'No Good (Start the Dance)'
NME included this song in the list of '100 best songs of the 90 ' in 2012. It occupies the 33rd place.