This was the Prodigy's best selling single in the UK, selling 709,000 copies including 195,000 in its first week despite radio play being restricted to the evening shows. The song reached #1 in The Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Norway, Poland, Spain Sweden and the United Kingdom.
The whiplashing sword sound is a sample of "Da Mystery of Chessboxin'" from the Wu-Tang Clan's album 36 Chambers.
The video won the 1997 MTV Europe Music Award for Best Video.
Theo from Johannesburg, South AfricaIn 1993 Prodigy and Faithless toured South Africa. A little known industrial dance band by the name of Battery 9 opened for them. These guys used nothing but oil drums, chains and hand-tools to make music!!!Rumour has it that Maxi Jazz from Faithless was standing backstage when they were performing and shaking his head in amazement and awe!!!