The Prodigy Exhibits Their Charitable Side Other | Monday 24th December 2018 | Deidre good eggs The Prodigy electronic myelomauk The Prodigy has opted to celebrate the release of their new album, No Tourists in an unusual way. The English electronic music group hailing from Essex chose to display their good will through an auction of one of a kind memorabilia and collecting donations whilst on tour, successfully raising nearly £8K for Myeloma UK. Myeloma is the UK’s third most common type of blood cancer and is currently uncurable. Items sold in the auction were a piece of 303 Studio Equipment used by the band in their new single Light Up the Sky and a double platinum disc for The Fat of the Land and Music for the Jilted Generation, both of which were albums released in the 90s. Lasting just over a week, the auction accounted for most of funds raised as the items sold for an impressive £4,800, while tour donations totalled £2,800.