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Breathe (The Prodigy song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Breathe (The Prodigy song)

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“Breathe?
“Breathe? cover
Single by The Prodigy
from the album The Fat of the Land
Released 11 November 1996
Format 12 inch vinyl record
CD single
Recorded Essex, England
Genre Electronica
Industrial
Length 3:59 (Edit)
Label XL Recordings
Writer(s) Liam Howlett
Producer Liam Howlett
Certification UK platinum, AUS 2x platinum
The Prodigy singles chronology
"Firestarter"
(1996)
"Breathe"
(1996)
"Smack My Bitch Up"
(1997)

"Breathe" was the eleventh single by the British band The Prodigy, released on November 11, 1996. It was the second single from the album The Fat of the Land. The song became the group's second consecutive #1 on the UK Singles Chart.

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[edit] Overview

The song was The Prodigy's biggest national and international hit. Once again it featured Keith Flint's punky vocals, along with Keith "Keeti" Palmer also known as Maxim Reality. The single generated far less controversy than its predecessor "Firestarter", not to mention the follow-up single "Smack My Bitch Up".

The music video was directed by Walter Stern and took place in an abandoned, decrepit apartment building, with the band members and various animals, (crocodiles, millipedes, rats and cockroaches), as its inhabitants.

[edit] Track listing

[edit] 12" vinyl record

  1. "Breathe" (Edit) – 3:59
  2. "The Trick" – 4:25
  3. "Breathe" (Instrumental) – 5:35
  4. "Their Law" (Live at Phoenix Festival '96) – 5:24

[edit] CD single

  1. "Breathe" (Edit) – 3:59
  2. "Their Law"(Live at Phoenix Festival '96) – 5:24
  3. "Poison" (Live at Torhout & Werchter Festival '96) – 5:17
  4. "The Trick" – 4:25

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Preceded by
"You'll Never Walk Alone" by Robson & Jerome
UK Singles Chart Number 1 single
November 17, 1996 for 2 weeks
Succeeded by
"I Feel You" by Peter André