"Holy Shit, is this insane or what?!!" I swear, by the end of their set, I would have gladly boarded that pyramid as a hostage!
I must give credit though to Prodigy in 2005. It was only my 2nd year and I was still rocking the classic and metal only music and unfamiliar with alot of what Coachella had to offer. There were no conflicts whatsoever because everything was new to my music tastes then. When Prodigy bounded onto the Sahara stage, I honestly thought I had discovered the common denominator between Rock and Electronic, and the Coachella Seed had been planted. That gave reason to start exploring a whole different circle of music genres, and from then on, the first place I head to in a music store is the dance, indie, and alternative section VS the Rock and Metal section I used to hang out in.