Invaders Must Die - The Prodigy Reviews
Description:Genre: Dance & Electronic - Electronica / Artist: The Prodigy / Audio CD released 2009-02-23 at Cooking Vinyl / Disc #1 ... more
Invaders Must Die - The Prodigy ... Tracklisting
1 Invaders Must Die
5 Take Me To The Hospital
6 Warrior's Dance
7 Run With The Wolves
8 Omen Reprise
9 World's On Fire
11 Stand Up
Newest Review: ... expecting an 'All Tracker!' (I assign this tag to bands which produce and album were every track in brilliant), but was so ... more
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by - written on 26/02/12 (Very useful, 53 readings)
As I was growing up in the Nineties, dance music was my primary selection for my auditory enjoyment needs, and this is one of the two bands that deepened my scope of the genre. Orbital are my all time favourite, but coming in a close second is The Prodigy. Unlike Orbital, The Prodigy are much more well known in the chart area and among the general public, but still remain firmed rooted in the underground dance scene. They have been in the press, highly praised and criticised in balanced amounts, and are one of the longest running dance bands the UK has produced. Currently making a sixth album, I thought I would reflect on the previous LP, Invaders Must Die. After a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
"Invaders Must Die" is the fifth album from English electronic act "The Prodigy" and was released on February 2009. Before buying this album the only Prodigy song I had heard was "Firestarter" a big hit back in the 90s, so I wasn't really sure what to expect from their latest offering. The CD is quite bland looking, with the front bearing a rather unimaginative logo with the album name. First track is "Invaders Must Die" which is a great introduction to the album and really sets the tone for whats to come. Its a good rave song complete with vocalist Keith Flint screaming "Invaders must Die" at you. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
The Prodigy - Invaders Must Die (2009) Producer: Liam Howlett, James Rushent Invaders Must Die Omen Thunder Colours Take Me to the Hospital Warrior's Dance Run with the Wolves Omen (Reprise) World's on Fire Piranha Stand Up Invaders Must Die is the fifth studio album by The Prodigy and was released in 2009. It had been 5 years since the last Prodigy album, Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned, which seems to indicate that Liam Howlett had been suffering from writer's block; he also made the decision to allow Keith Flint and Maxim back into the band, something which I was initially dubious ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/09 (Very useful, 11 readings)
Talk about back from the dead! Most people have probably not even noticed The Prodigy over the last ten plus years, since the hugely successful 'Fat of the Land' album which spawned the massive singles 'Firestarter and 'Breathe'. Liam Howlett went off and did some stuff on his own, then they came back with 'Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned' which barely caused a ripple, and even a greatest hits album hardly catapulted them back into the limelight. However I believe thanks hugely to the emergence of Pendulum, they are now very much back at the top, and for those who loved their first three albums, there is no way that you cannot love this latest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/09 (Very useful, 28 readings)
The prodigy released their 5th studio album on February the 23rd 2009 (UK) It is ther first album since 2004's 'Always outnumbered, never outgunned' This ablum feature more of the 'old school' prodigy sound, the one which made them so famous in there early days. It feature the singles, 'Omen' and 'Warriors Dance', both of which are capable of showing you what the prodigy are all about. 'OMEN': This song reached number 4 in the UK chart, achieving this kind of status alongside many new bands and your regular R and B groups is a mean feat. Number 4 is not to ... Read the complete review
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