Remembering Keith Flint of The Prodigy - Their Ten Biggest Hits

Keith Flint, the lead of Britain's The Prodigy, was found dead in his Essex, England home on Monday morning (March 4, 2019). He was 49.

The band issued a statement confirming that Flint's death was a suicide.

The news is true , I can’t believe I’m saying this but our brother Keith took his own life over the weekend , I’m shell shocked , fuckin angry , confused and heart broken ..... r.i.p brother Liam

Liam Howlett formed The Prodigy in Braintree, Essex in 1990 and they scored their first U.K. hit the next year with "Charly". They followed in 1992 with their debut album, Experience, which went to number 12 in Britain. Their next six albums, including last year's No Tourists, topped the charts. In the U.S., their biggest album success was 1997's The Fat of the Land which went to number 1.

While they didn't have much single success in the U.S., with "Firestarter" being the biggest at number 30, they topped the British charts twice and had a total of eleven top ten hits.

Here are the band's ten biggest.

10. Smack My Bitch Up (1997 / #8 U.K. / #89 U.S.)


9. One Love (1993 / #8 U.K.)


8. Baby's Got a Temper (2002 / #5)


7. Out of Space (1992 / #5 U.K.)


6. Omen (2009 / #4 U.K.)


5. No Good (Start the Dance) (1994 / #4 U.K.)


4. Charly (1991 / #3 U.K.)


3. Everybody in the Place (1991 / #2 U.K.)


2. Breathe (1996 / #1 U.K.)


1. Firestarter (1996 / #1 U.K. / #30 U.S.)


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