The 'Let In The Sun' hitmakers are thinking potential collaborations for their next album and Mark Owen would love to get the 'Firestarter' group on board - but he knows it;s unlikely to happen.
He said: ''Maybe we should get The Prodigy on the next record. I saw them once -- they were brilliant.
''We've started thinking about people to collaborate with on the next album, but unfortunately they haven't been thinking of us.''
Meanwhile, after Foo Fighters' singer Dave Grohl and U2's The Edge were left injured after falling off stage, Enrique Iglesias had to undergo hand surgery after an accident with a drone and 5 Seconds of Summer's Michael Clifford was burned by pyrotechnics, the trip admit they ''worry'' about experiencing an on-stage injury.
Mark told The Sun newspaper: ''It really is a worry. I hope we're insured for a lot!''
And the 'Back for Good' hitmakers also worry Howard Donald's social media habits will get them into trouble.
Gary Barlow said: ''Oh God, he needs a Twitter ban. It's constant. He needs his phone taking off him.''
Howard admitted: ''I do stupid tweets every day.''
However, Mark wasn't too upset when his bandmate recently took to Twitter to proclaim the 'Four Minute Warning' singer had a large penis.
He said: ''I didn't mind him saying that one.''
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