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How do you like your coffee in the morning? I like mine with a beat…

We Drink Rhythm mugs – old skool Prodigy flyers or pop art style LH demo

£10 (incl p&p) via PayPal to martinjames2562@gmail.com – click friends and family and put your address in the notes box with your choice of mug (‘flyers’ or ‘demo’).

Limited edition – only 50 of each!

Unfortunately currently only available to ship to UK addresses

NOTE: There is a minimum of four weeks delivery from date order placed.

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We Eat Rhythm: The Prodigy Story – Part 1 (Prestige Edition)

Martin James (State of Bass Publishing)

isbn: 978-1-912419-35-7

Cost: £45.00 (plus p&p – UK £10, RoW £15)

DoP: Sept 1st, 2018

  • Hardback cover with foil block
  • 210 x 210mm
  • 210 pages
  • 128 images including fan artworks, previously unseen photos and snapshots from personal archives
  • Previously unpublished interviews with Sharky, Gizz Butt and more.
  • Limited run of 1,000 only

Or direct order via PayPal to: martinjames2562@gmail.com (Click friends & family and put your address in the message box).

NOTE: There is a minimum of four weeks delivery from date order placed.

Martin James is proud to publish the prestige edition of his acclaimed biography of the Prodigy. Martin’s association with the band goes back to 1994 when he first interviewed them. He has since forged a long-standing friendship with the band’s leader Liam Howlett and has witnessed the Prodigy on tour backstage, on buses, in cars, and on airplanes. He’s seen them at work and at play in bars and hotels around the world. Martin has supported many of the band’s albums campaign biographies. He also supplied sleeve notes for their compilation album Their Law.

We Eat Rhythm: The Prodigy Story – Part 1 covers the period from the band’s inception to 2002 single ‘Baby’s Got a Temper’ which saw them grow from underground championing ravers to global dominating electronic punks.

Martin James says: ‘The Prodigy story is almost unique in the music world. Few British bands have dominated the cultural landscape as much as them. And as they’ve continued down their own self-determined path, so their fan base has grown larger, and ever more extreme.’

 

We Eat Rhythm will be followed in 2019 by the long-awaited We Live for Beats: The Prodigy Story – Part 2; again in limited edition format.

 

 

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