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The Prodigy are back!
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 30/01/2011 12:01:54
Prodigy's best since Music For The Jilted Generation, super consistent: every song is teriffic.
Plenty of groove and some heavy industrial-like anthems such as one of their best singles Omen and Take Me To The Hospital, the dance-yourself-into-a-coma classic Warrior's Dance. Also features Dave Grohl on one or two tracks on drumming duty. A great variety of tempos and styles, from ravers, to dance tracks, industrial to trance and back again sometimes in one song, Liam has definitely rediscovered his mojo!
Features all of the things that make the Prodigy so great without ever being self-indulgent or coming with an epic running time, I hate to use the term accessible but this album is just that but absolutely brilliant, one of my most played albums.
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The Prodigy take a step backwards but thats not a bad thing
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 22/12/2010 15:42:31
After their past few albums I was really looking forward to something new from The Prodigy but it seems that they were looking backwards.
Initially, I didnt like this album but now it is one of my most played of recent purchases. Seems like the band have looked back at what makes them great. There's nothing experimental about these tracks, its just pure Prodigy doing what they do best.
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: DuncanStyles on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 06/07/2009 10:06:26
Quality album! Invaders Must Die finally dropped through the door yesterday and I must say I'm liking the mix of old skool riffs and samples with the new hard beats. Took me back to 1991 Prodigy Experience at Aylesbury Civic Centre! Luckily the roads were busy this morning or I might have driven like a nutter with Omen blasting out. Some people say Prodigy are taking a step backwards but I say it's taking a leap forwards going back to the past.
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: Rachnbob on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
A MUST BUY
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 04/05/2009 00:28:47
YOU GOT TO BUY THIS CD THE DVD YOU GET IS GREAT!!!!!
THE BEST SONG THINK IS ON THIS CD IS WORLD'S ON FIRE
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: garbutt9999 on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
The Prodical Sons Return!
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 13/04/2009 11:07:53
The prodigy are back and invaders must die is the follow up album to fat of the land that always outnumbered never outgunned should have been.
Invaders must die is a totally awesome album, mixing styles from previous albums experience, fat of the land and always outnumbered. It has the hardcore, dirty rough bass and guitar from fat of the land with some old skool type prodigy melodies from experience and music for the jilted generation. Prodigy fans rejoice, while newbies can only listen in awe. I bought this album and played it back to back at least 10 times. Never has an album had that effect on me for such a long time. The first 4 tracks hit you hard and fast and are absolute classics. This album cannot be as diverse and original as fat of the land was, where every track could have been a potential single release but it is a close second, and whereas always outnumbered seemed a bit messy in places and left you feeling a bit flat, invaders must die is a welcome return. Buy it now!!! It's that simple!
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: Nicofett on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
Five star must buy!
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 28/03/2009 23:41:37
This prodigy album is an extremely good album! It is kind of a mixture of drum n bass, techno and electro it is awesome and i have liked every song on the cd five star! Highly recommended by me! Awesome! Good price aswell! * * * * *
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: zevansmusiclover on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
back to there best
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 26/03/2009 20:05:04
I thought this was one of the best albums id heard in ages thunder being a particular highlight. Just glad to be able to listen to some new music from the prodigy, theres no one else better in this genre out there
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Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 26/03/2009 11:39:38
Good god this takes me back! Invaders Must Die is going to be the best way to open their upcoming live shows and standout tracks Omen, World on Fire and Run With The Wolves are dance classics that easily compare the older stuff of One Love and Breathe. Buy it, let your hair down and enjoy!!!!!
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: bowsie1 on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
Yes, Invaders PLEASE die!
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 24/03/2009 20:08:31
I've been a Prodigy fan since the likes of Out of Space and Everybody In The Place first melted my young brain back in the day and so I am genuinely sorry to be a dissenting voice under this apparent torrent of praise 'Invaders' is receiving...
It is a horrific FAIL. There's a few good tracks, but Invaders Must Die, World Is On Fire and Omen are not them. Keith/Keef really ought to have stuck to being a dancer. Yeah I loved Firestarter, but the guy ain't Johnny Rotten. As such every track he's on is a cringing mess of bad, bad lyrics and it's just embarrassing. Clearly the hard learned lessons of Baby's Got A Temper have long been forgotten...
To the best of my extensive knowledge, I can't remember The Prodigy name-checking themselves in a track. It's the act of those musicians desperately lacking confidence. But there it is in the first 30secs of Invaders. The possible reason for name-checking though is that you could quite easily mistake the opening track, (and big chunks of many of the following) for something new from Pendulum - another act I was massively fond of until 'In Silico' made me violently nauseous!
It's not all bad. The production, while often derivative - not a return to form like so many have mindlessly regurgitated from a press release - still has flashes of brilliance. There are two stand-out great tracks however. I LOVE Warrior's Dance. Liam clearly dusted off the old 808 for an updated mash-up of Everybody' and No Good. It's pure old school. Stand Up, also makes me smile, although I can't help thinking it belongs more to the likes of Mark Ronson than The Prodigy.
Sorry, I'm sure those of you who think Fat Of The Land is The Prodgs BEST album and the Always Outnumbered was a loss of direction, (you're wrong on both counts) will disagree with me but Invader's is neither fresh nor a recapturing of greatness. With any luck Liam will take another few years off to think about what's he's done and come back with something worthy of The Prodigy name... Invaders' certainly isn't!
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: NRGspike on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
Back to the old skool!
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 19/03/2009 23:19:27
It's amazing to hear the Prodigy back to their best! Great samples, pounding bass-lines and plenty of drive and aggression.
If you're a fan of the Prodigy you'll have it and be rocking it already, if you aren't, buy it - you won't be disappointed.
Note: This Review was made by Play.com customer: ToneFu on Rakuten’s Play.com on the date shown.
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