The ProdigyFire • Jericho

Label:XL Recordings – XLT 30, XL Recordings – XLT - 30, XL Recordings – XLT-30
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, Limited Edition
Style:Hardcore, Breakbeat


A1Fire (Burning Version)4:42
A2Fire (Sunrise Version)5:05
AA1Jericho (Original Version)3:47
AA2Jericho (Genaside II Remix)
EngineerDominic Robson
Remix, Producer [Additional Production]Genaside II

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Telephone/fax numbers on label rim start with 870/871.
There is also a version where the numbers start with 081 on the labels.

All tracks written, produced and mixed at Earthbound Studios.
AA2: Remix and additional production for SW9 Productions.

Labels: Published by E.M.I./Virgin Music Ltd.
Sleeve: Published by Virgin Music Ltd.

℗&© XL-Recordings 1992.
Made in England.
Distributed by Warner Music UK.
Photography courtesy of Oxford Scientific Films.

Rear of sleeve: XLT 30
Sleeve Spine: XLT - 30
Centre Labels: XLT-30

Incidental information:

Tracks A1 & A2 sample:
Vocal from The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown - Fire!
Vocal from Daddy Freddy - Live Jam
Vocal from Pablo Gad - Hard Time(s)
Vocal from Aswad - Soca Rumba (Live)

Track AA1 samples:
Vocal wail from AC/DC - For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)
Vocal from Hijack - The Badman Is Robbin'
Vocal from Jungle Brothers - What "U" Waitin' "4"?
Vocal from Tiger & Anthony Malvo - Come Back To Me

Track AA2 samples:
Vocal from Hijack - The Badman Is Robbin'.
Vocal from Jungle Brothers - What "U" Waitin' "4"?.
Vocal from Public Enemy - Power To The People.
Beatboxing from P.M. Dawn - A Watcher's Point Of View
Vocal from Front 242 - Welcome To Paradise
Vocal from Jungle Brothers - On The Run
Synth from Nitzer Ebb - Let Beauty Loose

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 012093 503066 >
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 1): XLT 30 A1 2 DAMONT THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side AA, variant 1): XLT 30 B1 2 THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 2): XLT 30 A1 THE EXCHANGE DAMONT AG
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side AA, variant 2): XLT 30 B1 THE EXCHANGE DAMONT AD

Other Versions (5 of 42)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Fire • Jericho (CD, Maxi-Single, Limited Edition, Digipak)Elektra, XL Recordings66370-2US1992
Fire • Jericho (Strangely Limited Edition) (CD, Single, Limited Edition, Stereo)XL RecordingsXLS 30CDUK1992
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Fire / Jericho (7", 45 RPM, Single)XL RecordingsXLS-30UK1992
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Fire • Jericho (Strangely Limited Edition) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, Limited Edition, Stereo)Elektra, XL Recordings0-66370US1992
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Fire / Jericho (12", Single)Blow Up, XL RecordingsINT 125.968Germany1992


  • z_chromozone's avatar
    It's not the "Walls of Jericho," it's the "Horns of Jericho." From the Bad Man chant/
    • mattcymru2021's avatar
      the videos pretty cool for its age. but not on the sinlges dvd!!
      • MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73's avatar
        The only saving grace for this ep is Jericho (Genaside II Remix). Should Genaside II have gone onto bigger and better things or remained true to the underground?
        • genocyber's avatar
          is it me or is the piano riff in jericho a 100% rip-off of satin storm?
          • Jarren's avatar
            Fire is a decent enough track, but amongst the wealth of classic material Liam produced up to '92 I think even he would agree that it is one of the weaker efforts.

            Flip it over to get one of the absolute best Prodigy tracks of any era: Jericho.

            This track is one of the most devastating oldschool rave tracks of all time, regardless of the fact it broke into the pop charts.

            Pure evil on every level, from the sinister sub bass to the main riff which just screams terror.

            And then you get the Genaside II remix, my God!!!

            He ramps the track up into a sound that actually could sit alongside the "Big Beat" sound of '96! Just listen to the heavy as fuck kick!

            Of course, there's still plenty of '91-'92 'ardkore flavour. Pure mosh, pure insanity.

            So yeah, forget the Fire. Head straight to the b-side on this one.
            • djsid86's avatar
              Jericho is a great track. Even the Genaside mix is pretty good. Of course at 140+ BPM its almost Hardcore.

              I think this was the last Prodigy EP I bought since the old Rave era started to die about 1992 (at least here in SF, US).
              • Planetcore
                Jericho is an excellent breakbeat old school rave track !!!! Superb work from the legends that is the Prodigy



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