Voodoo People" is a song by British electronic group The Prodigy, released as their eighth single on 12 September 1994. It was the third single from the album Music for the Jilted Generation. It was also released as a 12" single and in EP format in the United States in 1995 through Mute Records. The original video was directed by Walter Stern and Russell Curtis. It was filmed on location in Saint Lucia and it showed Leeroy Thornhill as a voodoo priest.
Single, 1991, XL Recordings. oodoo People (Chemical Brothers Remix). oa (The Heat the Energy Part 2). 6:04. oodoo People (Original Mix). Everybody in the Place. Single, 1991, Columbia Records.
The Voodoo, who do What you don’t dare do, people The Voodoo! The Voodoo, who do What you don’t dare do, people The Voodoo, who do What you don’t dare do, people.
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Voodoo People", "Out of Space" is the seventeenth single released by the British dance act The Prodigy on 3 October 2005, and was the only single released from their compilation album Their Law: The Singles 1990–2005. The single was released as a double A-side, and peaked at number twenty in the UK Singles Chart. Most releases featured two remixes, "Voodoo People" remixed by Pendulum and featuring Tom Morello and "Out of Space" remixed by Audio Bullys
Voodoo People" is a song by The Prodigy, released as their eighth single on 12 September 1994. It was the third single from the album Music For the Jilted Generation and was released as a 12" single and its own EP in the United States through Mute Records. The British release included a remix by The Chemical Brothers who at that time called themselves "The Dust Brothers" in honour of an American producer duo of the same name.