Invaders must die
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The Prodigy, who once performed pure technoid breakbeats, have strongly influenced the music in the mid 90ies by increasingly using hard guitars. Following a difficult period, the band band managed in 2009 to tie in with their previous success at an international level thanks to "Invaders must die".

General

Item no. 438317
Musical Genre Electro
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band The Prodigy
Product type CD
Release date 2/20/09
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    Invaders Must Die
  • 2.
    O
  • 3.
    Thunder
  • 4.
    Colours
  • 5.
    Take Me To The Hospital
  • 6.
    Warrior's Dance
  • 7.
    Run With The Wolves
  • 8.
    O Reprise
  • 9.
    World's On Fire
  • 10.
    Piranha
  • 11.
    Stand Up

by Thomas Clausen (29.01.2009) Breeeaaaathhhe. Let it sink in. Welcome to the party... On their fifth studio album, British Electro Punk prodigies The Prodigy celebrate exactly the right combination of sex, drugs, and beats - and that’s what front proddy Keith Flint, rapper Maxim Reality, and sound whiz Liam Howlett always knew best. Artistically, the dancefloor anarchists go back to their roots, and - after their rather unwieldy 2004 release "Always outnumbered, never outgunned" - lean heavily towards their expressive 90s Big Beat masterpiece "The fat of the land"... New killer songs such as "Take me to the hospital", "Thunder", or "Run with the wolves" burn the house down! The Prodigy are back. In top form. And "Invaders must die" is the smashing proof of it. Breathe in. Freak out. Wait for weakening of effect.