The Day Is My Enemy The Prodigy
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- 3Rebel Radio03:52
- 6Wild Frontier04:28
- 8Beyond the Deathray03:08
- 9Rhythm Bomb04:12
- 11Get Your Fight On03:38
- 13Invisible Sun04:16
- 14Wall of Death04:12
Info for The Day Is My Enemy
The Prodigy release their sixth album 'The Day is My Enemy'. Uncompromising first single ‘Nasty’ fires out of the cannons like a ferocious statement of intent and finds Keith Flint at his snarling best. Premiering as Zane Lowe’s 'Hottest Record in the World' on BBC Radio 1, it sets the tone perfectly for the new album.
The Prodigy have always cut a solitary path through the noise-scapes of electronic dance music. They’ve dropped five epoch defining studio albums and delivered unforgettable live performances that have taken electronic beats into unchartered territories. Throughout this time they’ve remained resolutely focused on their own vision, inspiring legions of artists along the way.
The Day Is My Enemy is probably the most British sounding album you’ll hear this year. Not British in the flag waving jingoistic sense, but in a way that understands that the nighttime spaces of urban Britain are a multi-hued cacophony of cultures. If Invaders Must Die was the sound of the rusted urban sprawl decaying like an open wound in the British countryside, then The Day is My Enemy is about the angry humanity existing in the decay of the urban nightmare.
“I didn’t plan this album to sound violent, it’s just the sound that came out of the studio, a kind of build up over the last 4 years,” says Liam Howlett of the upcoming LP. “The tension is buried deep in the music right from the ﬁrst drop. It’s all about the sound having that sense of danger. That’s what THE PRODIGY sound is about.”
"Refusing to grow old gracefully, veteran ravers the Prodigy offer a wobbly, angry album with their sixth studio effort The Day Is My Enemy, an LP that supports titles like "Nasty" and "Destroy" with stadium-sized beats and '90s chants, as if they were what the kids were clamoring for in 2015. Even if they weren't, Liam Howlett and company have decided they need it, and collaborated in a way that makes this the most "band" Prodigy album in ages, something that benefits the twitchy disco number "Wild Frontier" and the aptly titled "Rhythm Bomb" with guest producer Flux Pavilion providing the rave sound of today. "Rok-Weiler" is a fashion-minded and fierce highlight that fits the band's catalog the same way the great "Paninaro" fit with the Pet Shop Boys, and as far as Howlett the musical innovator, there are plenty of new video game noises, wormholes of time, and tricky vocal edits that are razor-sharp. Add the way "Roadblox" provides the cinematic side of Prodigy that's often overlooked and the album seems a triumph, but lead single "Nasty" is a lesser "Firestarter" and at 14 cuts, this chunky effort is built for returning fan club members and not the EP-craving EDM crowd." (David Jeffries, AMG)
The Prodigy (aka Prodigy)
is a highly successful English electronic music group formed by Liam Howlett in 1990. Along with Fatboy Slim, The Chemical Brothers and The Crystal Method, The Prodigy are recognized pioneers of the big beat electronic dance genre.
The group first emerged on the underground rave scene in the early 1990s and have since then achieved immense popularity and worldwide success. Some of their most popular songs include "Charly", "Out of Space", "No Good (Start the Dance)", "Voodoo People", "Firestarter", "Breathe", "Smack My Bitch Up", "Omen" & "Warrior's Dance." They have sold over 16 million records worldwide, an unparalleled number in the dance music industry.
Their music has incorporated various styles ranging from rave, hardcore, industrial and breakbeat in the early 1990s, to electronic rock with punk vocal elements in more recent years. The current band members include Liam Howlett (composer/keyboards), Keith Flint (dancer/vocalist) and Maxim Reality (MC/vocalist). The Prodigy are widely praised for their high-energy and high-quality live performances.
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