As the charismatic and hyperactive frontman of The Prodigy, Keith Flint was one of the most recognisable faces in British pop.
Tributes from the music world have been flooding in for Flint, who was found dead at his home on March 4 after he took his own life.
Emerging from the underground rave scene with their 1991 single Charly - a Number 3 hit in August that year - The Prodigy have notched up 17 Top 40 singles, including two Number 1s. Their Official Albums Chart history is even more impressive: seven chart-toppers, most recently with last November's No Tourists. Check out The Prodigy's Official Charts history in full.
Their biggest single is Breathe, the second release from their 1996 album The Fat of the Land, with 977,000 combined sales. The track spent two weeks at Number 1 and was released ahead of the album's six-week stint at summit.
Their second biggest song is Fat of the Land's lead single Firestarter (851,000), a three-week chart-topper earlier that year. The techno-rave track is generally recognised as their signature hit; their first Number 1 and released amid a flurry of controversy around its violent lyrics and music video.
1992's Top 5 hit Out Of Space, which samples classic reggae song Chase The Devil, places third on their all-time chart (723,000), while Omen from 2009 album Invaders Must Die is fourth (429,000) and their debut single Charly is fifth (411,000). See The Prodigy's Official Top 20 biggest songs below:
|3||OUT OF SPACE||PRODIGY||5||1992|
|7||SMACK MY BITCH UP||PRODIGY||8||1997|
|8||NO GOOD (START THE DANCE)||PRODIGY||4||1994|
|10||EVERYBODY IN THE PLACE||PRODIGY||2||1992|
|11||INVADERS MUST DIE||PRODIGY||49||2009|
|12||WIND IT UP (REWOUND)||PRODIGY||11||1993|
|17||TAKE ME TO THE HOSPITAL||PRODIGY||38||2009|
|18||BABY'S GOT A TEMPER||PRODIGY||5||2002|
|19||THE DAY IS MY ENEMY||PRODIGY||NA||2015|
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When it comes to albums, 1996's Fat of the Land is their most successful, with 1.43 million combined sales to date, followed by their 2005's retrospective Their Law - The Singles 1990 - 2005 on 904,000. 1994's Music For The Jilted Generation, which has spent 149 weeks in the Top 100 to date, is third on 813,000.