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The The Prodigy Stan Smith Low top shoes album was nominated for a Mercury Music Prize, although Howlett had reaffirmed his dedication to making the Prodigy a ‘hard dance band’, commercially successful but without compromise. The band managed to continue to prevent over-exposure in the media by refusing to appear on Top of the Pops or other television shows in the UK. To date, their only studio appearance on British television came when they appeared on the BBC2 series Dance Energy in 1991, performing “Everybody in the Place”. In the ensuing years, their videos received a strong level of support by MTV Europe, which boosted their popularity across the continent. Keith Flint himself hosted an episode of the MTV show 120 Minutes in 1995.
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