1994 Flashback: The Prodigy - No Good (Start the Dance)05:06 - Saturday 26 May 2012 - In Categories UK Entertainment, Memory Bank
On 28 May 1994, British dance music legends The Prodigy reached number four in the charts with No Good (Start the Dance).
With the help of a classic video, above, the song went on to sell more than 235,000 copies over the next six months.
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