Album Review: The Prodigy - Invaders Must Die

The Prodigy's latest album, Invaders Must Die, is a good album that takes the listener back to The Prodigy's earlier style, whilst providing a new sound. In fact it is actually the first album since 1997's Fat of the Land to feature all three of the members.

Some of you may say that the Australian drum and bass band, Pendulum, has pretty much taken over the genre The Prodigy once conquered. However, although I do like Pendulum a lot, I think this is a pretty good Prodigy album. Speaking of Pendulum, when I first heard the title track, Invaders Must Die, I immediately though it was a new Pendulum song or a rip off. I was actually quite surprised it was a song from The Prodigy.

The album, Invaders Must Die, is a good listen. It starts off very strong, and hard. There might be a few songs in the middle and towards the end, that end up being just okay. However, it is still worth a listen. In the iTunes bonus track edition, includes a bangin dirty remix of Omen, by producer-of-the-moment, Hervé.
TOP SONGS: Invaders Must Die; Omen; Thunder
3.5 out of 5

The Prodigy - Invaders Must Die from The Prodigy on Vimeo.

The Prodigy - Omen from The Prodigy on Vimeo.

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