World War I Flame Thrower
Adam Rifkin stashed this in Fire!
It werfs flammen.
Whatever happened to The Prodigy? Are they still around?
On 6 August 2011, The Prodigy attended Przystanek Woodstock (Poland), the biggest festival in Europe, playing to a crowd of over 700,000 fans. At their two final shows of 2011 (in Brazil), The Prodigy played two new tracks: "A.W.O.L" and "Dogbite". On 18 November 2011, The Prodigy were announced as a headliner for Download Festival 2012, and closed the main stage on 8 June with a normal setlist, with the addition of one song, called "Jet Fighter", from their forthcoming album "How To Steal A Jet Fighter", which was accompanied by on-stage imagery of jet aircraft including the MiG-21.  Liam Howlett has confirmed this album will not be dubstep, but that it will feel "fresh" whilst darker.
On 3 May 2012, The Prodigy announced the working title of their new album: How to Steal a Jet Fighter.
On 8 June 2012, a new track titled “Jet Fighter“ was debuted at Download Festival.
In December 2012, new track titled “The Day“ was debuted at Warrior's Brixton.
The World War I flamethrower or the Charizard version?
If you're thinking Christmas gift for Geege, the WWI. The Charizard version is amazing though.