"Fire/Jericho" is the third single released by the British electronica/rave act The Prodigy on 7 September 1992. It peaked at number eleven on the UK Singles Chart.
The single was sub-titled "Strangely Limited Edition" due to the 12" vinyl record being deleted after two weeks. This was to move the focus over to the release of the debut album, Experience, following a few weeks later. Even when the single was re-released, the subtitle was still standing.
The song uses the sample "I am the god of Hell fire, and I bring you (fire)" from The Crazy World of Arthur Brown's 1968 single "Fire". It takes the sampled vocal "When I was a youth I used to burn collie weed in a Rizla" from the track "Hard Times" by Pablo Gad. It also uses an interpolation of the distinct melody in "Kunta Kinte" by the Revolutionaries.