The Prodigy ‎– Invaders Must Die

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Take Me To The Hospital ‎– HOSPLP001
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, 180 gram
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A1 Invaders Must Die
Mixed By – Liam Howlett, Neil McLellanProducer – Liam HowlettProducer [Additional Production By] – James RushentWritten-By – Liam Howlett, Nick Halkes
A2 Omen
Mixed By – Liam Howlett, Neil McLellanProducer – Liam HowlettProducer [Additional Production By] – James RushentVocals – Keef Flint*, MaximWritten-By – Liam Howlett, Maxim, Tim Hutton
A3 Thunder
Mixed By – Liam Howlett, Neil McLellanProducer – Liam HowlettVocals – Brother CultureWritten-By – Liam Howlett, Tim Hutton, Trevor Joe*
B1 Colours
Guitar [Additional Guitar By] – Tim HuttonMixed By – Liam Howlett, Neil McLellanProducer – Liam HowlettVocals – Keef Flint*, MaximWritten-By – John Fortis, Keef Flint*, Liam Howlett, Live ID
B2 Take Me To The Hospital
Mixed By – Liam Howlett, Neil McLellanProducer – Liam HowlettVocals – Keef Flint*, MaximWritten-By – Jari Salo, Keef Flint*, Liam Howlett, Paul Malmstrom*
B3 Warrior's Dance
Mixed By – Liam Howlett, Neil McLellanProducer – Liam HowlettWritten-By – Anthony Srock, Bridgett Grace*, Jeff Mills, Mike Howlett
C1 Run With The Wolves
Drums [Live Drums] – Dave GrohlMixed By – Liam Howlett, Neil McLellanProducer – Liam HowlettVocals – Keef Flint*Written-By – Keef Flint*, Liam Howlett
C2 Omen (Reprise)
Mixed By – Damian Taylor, Liam HowlettProducer – Liam HowlettVocals – MaximWritten-By – Liam Howlett, Tim Hutton
C3 World's On Fire
Mixed By – Liam Howlett, Neil McLellanProducer – Liam HowlettVocals – Keef Flint*, MaximWritten-By – Kim Deal, Liam Howlett, Marcos Vicente Salon*, Maxim
D1 Piranha
Horns – Tim HuttonMixed By – Liam Howlett, Neil McLellanProducer – Liam HowlettVocals – MaximWritten-By – Billy Childish, Liam Howlett, Maxim, Rajesh Roshan, Sameer Anjaan, Scrapper
D2 Stand Up
Drums [Live Drums] – Dave GrohlMixed By – Damian Taylor, Liam HowlettProducer – Liam HowlettWritten-By – Liam Howlett, Manfred Mann (2), Peter Thomas (8)

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A3: contains recreated elements from ‘Ethiopian Peace Song’ aka ‘Rasta Peace Song’ written by Trevor Joe. Published by JAMREC (BMI) administrated by Happy Valley Music. Used by permission All rights reserved
B2: contains a sample of ‘Salami Fever’ (Salo/Malmstrom) by Pepe Deluxé courtesy of Catskills Records Limited. Published by Catskills Music Publishing Ltd. Used by permission.
Contains a sample of ‘Ragamuffin Duo Take Charge’ (Pixley/Needham) by Asher D & Daddy Freddy from the album The Hustlers Convention by courtesy of Music of Life Limited. Used by permission.
B3: contains a sample of ‘Take Me Away’ (Grace/Mills/Srock) by Final Cut with True Faith by courtesy of Final Cut Productions. Published by Sherlock Holmes Music Ltd/Chelsea Music Publishing Co Ltd/Incentive Music/Bucks Music. Used by permission.
C1: contains a sample of ‘So Refined’ by Senser, used by courtesy of Imprint Music Ltd. Used by permission.
Dave Grohl appears courtesy of Roswell/RCA Records.
C3: contains a sample of ‘Vamp’ (Salon) by Outlander supplied courtesy of R&S Records Limited. Published by R&S Music/Strictly Confidential (UK) Ltd/Copyright Control.
Contains a sample ‘I Just Wanna Get Along’ (Deal) by The Breeders, licensed courtesy of 4AD Limited - www.4AD.com
Copyright Control. Used by permission.
D1: contains a sample of ‘Troubled Mind’ (Childish) by The Buff Medways by courtesy of Damaged Goods Records Limited. Published by Mute Song. Used by permission.
Usage of sample of original soundtrack ‘Sara Zamana’ (Roshan/Anjaan) by Kishore Kumar and Chorus under approval from Universal Music India Pvt. Ltd. Published by Universal Music India/Universal Music Publishing Ltd. Used by permission.
D2: use of ‘One Way Glass’ (Mann/Thomas) by Manfred Mann's Earth Band by courtesy of Creature Music Limited www.manfredmann.com. Published by Carlin Music Corp/Tarot Music Ltd. Used by Permission.
Dave Grohl appears courtesy of Roswell/RCA Records.

(p) & (c) 2009 Take Me To The Hospital
under exclusive license to Cooking Vinyl Ltd.

Made in the EU

Also comes as a promo which is exactly the same but has promotional sticker on the barcode.

Glossy cover.
Glossy inner sleeves.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 711297880113
  • Label Code: LC 7180
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 83298 1A HOSPLP 001 A1 JD
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 83298 1B HOSPLP 001 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): 83298 1C HOSPLP 001 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): 83298 1D HOSPLP 001

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HOSPCD001 The Prodigy Invaders Must Die(CD, Album) Take Me To The Hospital HOSPCD001 UK 2009 Sell This Version
none The Prodigy Invaders Must Die(CDr, Album, Promo) Chrysalis Music Group USA none US 2009 Sell This Version
MR 3374-2, HOSPCD001 The Prodigy Invaders Must Die(CD, Album) Moon Records (2), Take Me To The Hospital MR 3374-2, HOSPCD001 Ukraine 2009 Sell This Version
HOSPCD001S The Prodigy Invaders Must Die (Special Edition)(2xCD, Album + DVD-V) Take Me To The Hospital, Shock (2) HOSPCD001S Australia 2009 Sell This Version
HOSPCD001X, IIP0041 The Prodigy Invaders Must Die(CD, Album + DVD-V, NTSC + File, MPEG-4 Video + Fil) Take Me To The Hospital, Linfair Records HOSPCD001X, IIP0041 Taiwan 2009 Sell This Version

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Cheese101

Cheese101

January 20, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

Best tracks :
Thunder
Worlds on Fire
Take me to the hospital.
Warriors dance is OK but the pre-release was better, clearer breakbeats and crisper sound overall.
Thorminator

Thorminator

March 7, 2009

The Prodigy finally releases their fourth studio album, Invaders Must Die. Like the title, the content gives you the feeling of a Prodigy in top-shape, still striking out that dirty drum and bass, distorted samples and bullet-proof creativity that we known them for. Overall, this albums has kept much of their own sound - and it still is indeed - their own sound.

With many artists, both electronic and non-electronic, making an entire album can be a real hard job to do. Often, there is released a single, and then the entire album, where only 2-3 tracks are really remarkable and something that you would remember & enjoy to listen to later on. Invaders Must Die can be played again and again, from Side A to Side D - without skipping anything. Although the tempo and atmosphere might change throughout the tracklist, you are as a listener evenly rewarded in every track, with that crude, raw, rebelness of quality that The Prodigy provides. They have not faded one bit, and I cannot wait to see the Invaders Must Die tour in europe.

On a side-note: Get the Double 12" 180g Album - its really worth the money!
Hicksy

Hicksy

February 27, 2009
edited over 7 years ago

In my opinion some of The Prodigy's best work to date.
They take this album back to the original hardcore roots with old skool samples scattered throughout alongside hard guitar riffs and nasty twisted basslines - Trademark Prodigy !
Highlights for me are the Excellent Omen, particularly the last 20 seconds of twisted bassline, also the brilliant Warrior's Dance with it's Pacific sounding intro and classic 'Come with me to the Dancefloor' sample followed by an excellent bass drop that can't be faulted.
My personal favourite though is the sublime 'Run With The Wolves' - I just can't stop playing it, the hard bangin beats, catchy vocal and the 2nd bass drop is so twisted it's enough to blow up any dancefloor anywhere, instant rewind everytime !
Also, other tracks of note are 'World's on Fire' which is a showcase of some classic prodigy sounds well put together to make a great track to get the massives moving, and Piranha is also a very tasty track, but on the whole nothing that would justify reaching for the skip track button.
Excellent work from The Prodigy !! ;)

Response to Disagree massive - I presume you must be disagreeing with the opening statement of 'Some of the Prodigy's best work to date'? Well, I mean as a collective album, for none of the individual tracks will surpass the likes of 'Breathe', 'Smack My Bitch Up', 'Out Of Space', 'Voodoo People', 'Firestarter' or 'Charly' (possibly even 'Spitfire'), but the collective as a whole seems to be a lot more thought out and consistant throughout the whole album, whereas on the other albums you had odd tracks that seemed out of place and a few that would get skipped almost every time ('Full Throttle' / 'Mindfields' / Most of 'Always Outnumbered' !).
Plus the return to their original hardcore roots was such a great lift from their previous album 'Always outnumbered, Never Outgunned' that it seems like it is some of their best work !
Anyway, I expect anyone reading this already knows that Prodigy are the mutt's nut's - especially if you were at Warriors Dance Festival in MK 2010 !! ;)
Time to stop touring and get back in the studio for more tunes !! I want a 6th album ;)