The Prodigy ‎– The Day Is My Enemy

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1 The Day Is My Enemy
Vocals [Additional] – Martina Topley-Bird, Paul 'Dirtcandy' Jackson
4:26
2 Nasty
Vocals [Additional] – Brother Culture
4:03
3 Rebel Radio
Vocals [Additional] – Brother Culture
3:52
4 Ibiza
Featuring [Vocals] – Sleaford Mods
2:46
5 Destroy
Producer [Additional] – Zak H Laycock
4:29
6 Wild Frontier
Producer [Additional] – KillSonik
4:28
7 Rok-Weiler 3:51
8 Beyond The Deathray 3:09
9 Rhythm Bomb
Vocals [Featuring], Producer [Additional] – Flux Pavilion
4:12
10 Roadblox 5:01
11 Get Your Fight On
Producer [Additional] – KillSonik
3:39
12 Medicine 3:56
13 Invisible Sun 4:16
14 Wall Of Death 4:04

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HOSPCD005 The Prodigy The Day Is My Enemy(CD, Album) Take Me To The Hospital, Cooking Vinyl HOSPCD005 UK 2015 Sell This Version
CAS-2015-00092 The Prodigy The Day Is My Enemy(CD, Album) Casete, Cooking Vinyl, Take Me To The Hospital CAS-2015-00092 Mexico 2015 Sell This Version
VICP-65301 The Prodigy The Day Is My Enemy(CD, Album) Victor VICP-65301 Japan 2015 Sell This Version
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ThaClown

April 23, 2015

As a Prodigy fan of the first hour I was looking forward to this album. 'Invaders Must Die' was a masterpiece, after 'Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned' was a bit disappointing.
The first tracks I heard ('The Day Is My Enemy', 'Nasty, Nasty', 'Wild Frontier' and 'Wall Of Death') created high expectations, but the whole album didn't completely live up to that. These tracks, along with 'Ibiza', 'Roadblox' and 'Rebel Radio' are the best tracks of the album. The rest is in my opinion, full of energy and aggression, but (how paradoxical it may sound) still a little dull.

What remains is a somewhat double feeling: not a bad album, but certainly not their best. The tracks they played live on April 10 in the Heineken Music Hall (Amsterdam) do sound like they should at a concert by The Prodigy: energetic, furious and thrilling. Although they're not as innovative as their first three albums, they're still relevant as a dance act after 20 years. I can't think of any other group that has achieved that status.