THE opportunity to relive The Prodigy’s momentous Warrior’s Dance Festival presents itself this evening, writes Sammy Jones.
The Odeon Cinema presents the band’s debut live film documenting the National Bowl date, as part of an international spectacular – in the UK and Europe some 70 cinemas will open up to Prodigy fans.
The piece has been directed by award-winning Paul Dugdale and devised with close direction from the band.
Additionally, the audio was engineered by the band, who remember their visit to our turf as fondly as the 65,000 fans who joined them at the momentous gig.
“The night was massive for us,” they recalled.
“Standing on that stage was a truly triumphant feeling for us as the whole place kicked off.
“We looked out and we were proud,” they said.
The 15-certified delivery, titled World’s On Fire, is being screened for one night only, although it is probably not outlandish to expect that the DVD release might follow ...keep digits crossed for that.
A short film of previously unseen footage taken on tour in Brazil also features.
Showtime is 9pm this evening, and the film clocks in at a little under 90 minutes.
Make haste, visit www.odeon.co.uk and get ready to revisit a real 2010 highlight in cracking surround sound.
All the music and all of the vibe, but without the need to visit a murky portaloo.
It’s a win-win.