The Prodigy's singles collection re-enters UK album chart after Keith Flint's death
14 March 2019, 18:01 | Updated: 2 April 2019, 11:39
The Prodigy's greatest hits album Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005 is currently at number 13 on the UK albums chart, following the tragic death of their frontman.
A collection of singles released by The Prodigy in 2005 has re-entered the UK albums chart, following the tragic death of their frontman Keith Flint.
Now, according to the Official Charts Company, Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005 is currently at number 13 on the UK album chart.
The singles album featured, which was released on 17 October 2005, includes the likes of Firestarter, Breathe, Out Of Space and Poison.
The compilation peaked at No.1 the first time around.
See the album's artwork below:
Meanwhile, a petition was launched for a Keith Flint statue to be placed in The Prodigy's hometown.
Thousands of fans have backed a campaign to get a statue of the late Prodigy frontman in Braintree, Essex - where the band were formed.
The 38degrees.org petition, which was created by Saphya Gower, begins: "Keith was important to not only the people of Braintree, but was well loved and respected world wide and a pivotal piece of the music industry. Braintree being The Prodigy’s home town we should remember him. It'll also reflect how important it is to talk about mental health and not to suffer alone."
It concludes: "The plan will be when it reaches a monumental amount of signatures to present it to the council and see what they maybe able to discuss/contribute. It’s early days yet obviously but hopefully the outcome will be the right one. My parents generation had the Beatles & The Rolling Stones. My generation had The Prodigy, Manchester has Oasis, Braintree has The Prodigy."
Watch the Stereophonics talk about how Keith Flint inspired their Performance & Cocktails album:
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