This logo was used only on tickets and the unreleased drummer tape from 1990
This logo was used for there uniforms from earlier raves then later left as a sticker in their catalogue till 1996.
1991-1993, 1996, 2001 (Expanded, US), 2008 (Expanded, UK)
From their singles, such as Charly, Everybody In the Place, Fire / Jericho, Out Of Space, and Wind It Up (Rewound), and their first album, Experience. It made a surprise appearance in the expanded edition of Experience, titled Experience: Expanded, released in June 19, 2001 in US and in August 4, 2008 in UK.
This logo is the bulgy version of the previous logo.
From their singles, such as One Love, No Good (Start the Dance), Voodoo People, and Poison, and their second album, Music for the Jilted Generation. It was made a surprise appearance in its re-release, More Music for the Jilted Generation.
This is the first logo to use the "Ant" logo as the main symbol. This logo was only used for merchandise and the title of electronic punks.
This is the smaller version of the logo.
From their singles, such as Firestarter, Breathe, and Smack My B***h Up, and their third album, The Fat of the Land. It was made a surprise appearance in its 2012 Reissue Bonus EP, The Added Fat EP.
February 22, 1999
This logo was only used on Prodigy Present: The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One.
From Baby's Got a Temper and AONO V1. The only time they use this logo is on the promo DVD of the music video of spitfire and the "O" of the logo was used as a background on the stage.
From their singles Girls, Hotride and Spitfire. It was used on the website under 'past intro' from 2005 on the clock.
This was used in "Thair Law The Singles" and the remixes.
This was used as a demo logo on merchandise and flyers till the 2009 logo came around.
When the prodigy announced the new website this was the new logo they used, they still use it to this day.