THE PRODIGY – THE DAY IS MY ENEMY
Release Date: 30th March 2015
℗ 2015 Take Me To The Hospital under exclusive license to Cooking Vinyl Limited
- The Day Is My Enemy
- Rebel Radio
- Wild Frontier
- Beyond the Deathray
- Rhythm Bomb
- Get Your Fight On
- Invisible Sun
- Wall of Death
- Rise of the Eagles
Having been very quiet in more than a few recent years, THE PRODIGY release their sixth studio album on March 27th 2015.
Revival of the classic sound but with a more involved feel for everyone, particularly Nottingham based guests FLUX PAVILLION on Rhythm Bomb and SLEFORD MODS on the track of the album for me, namely Ibiza. Beware spinning Ibiza too early. Once it is played it’s bouncing around the bonce for the day. Maybe the week.
Nasty is a magnificent track of such rhythmically writhing magnitude that it is certain for stardom. Keith Flint ‘Aint No Tourist’. In fact, he is at his malevolent finest, wrestling you to and fro like a rag doll in the hands of a mad man mid maniacal convulsion.
A distinctly UK feel, right down to our Balearic Islands excursion to party central for Brits.
Tremendous Tracks like Rebel Radio will be night club favourites and surely destined for mainstream success. But the album itself writhes in furiously inherent malevolence.
Middle Eastern styled Medicine is as catchy as they come albeit quite a relaxed track by THE PRODIGY standards.
Our tour guides take us deep into every darkened, sultry and mysterious corner of urban London electronica with this tremendous collection. The album artwork is extremely apt with the image of the nocturnal, daylight averse fox stalking the urban scenery in the depths of darkness. The music is exactly that. Right from the opening, and from the darkened corners THE PRODIGY spit venom back at the day.
Sure to be a favourite for devotees and doubtless attract a new breed of follower, just as surely as the group have inspired others throughout their career.