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Back in the ‘90s, England’s Prodigy were seen as the next wave of popular music. Leaders in the electronica movement, Prodigy threw together savage, manic uptempo beats and serious keyboard manipulation while raving maniacally about a world where the normal rules no longer applied. On paper, it sounded like the next logical step...except the group never really caught on as intended. While their cult grew to a sizable legion, it wasn’t enough to foster an entire movement or inspire fellow musicians to comply. In 2009, the group released Invaders Must Die, a solid emulation of everything Prodigy has ever stood for. From the first burbling moments of the title track (with an anti-immigration slant that seems like a gratuitous scorched-earth scenario) through the wide sonic expanse of the album’s closer “Stand Up,” Invaders scans like an encyclopedia of Prodigy riffs. “Thunder” channels different levels of warring keyboards and detached vocals. “Colours” crunches with violent rhythms and loopy, arpeggiated keyboard lines. “Warrior’s Dance” is less a military strike than a speed-fueled jiggle to the end of times. 

Customer Reviews

Better with age?!

This album is not only a return to form it may just be their most complete album to date. "Invaders Must Die" is a fantastic album opener and it starts the album off at break neck speed. The first official single "Omen" is next which features both Keith and Maxim on vocals and is just brilliant, I'd describe the track as punk rock collides full on with rave. Up next might be the finest piece of electronic ever made, "Thunder". Hard Hip hop beat intro and a great sample lead off this amazing track. This will stick in your head for weeks even after a first listen. "Colours" is next followed by the incredible middle of the album, "Take Me To The Hospital" and "Warrior's Dance". Two tracks that recall the beginning of the band while pushing it forward into the future. Both of these will probably end up as singles. Up next is the "Bang your head against the wall" almost overly aggressive "Run With The Wolves", which features Keith flint on vocals and it is maybe his best performance. The track also features drum god Dave Grohl. "Omen Reprise" is a brilliant and well needed 2 minute cool down before "World's on Fire" comes and hits you right back in the face. "Piranha" sounds straight out of the 60's sci-fi horror films with at garage rock feel to it, ad it features Maxim on vocals. The sting in the tail comes from the celebratory "Stand Up" when you get to this track you realize how brilliant what you just heard was and you are ready to just start the whole ride back over again!

Haters Must Die

The Prodigy have been putting out fantastic electronic music for years, and Invaders Must Die continues that trend. While the music itself is quite different from previous albums, it still has the same FEEL as the former Prodigy. Definitely a must buy for all fans of Prodigy or electronic music in general.

Good effort

It's not as dark as past efforts and more of a bubble gum taste but it's still full of tight beats, great hooks, and enough to have me dancing in my cubicle.


Formed: 1990 in Braintree, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Prodigy navigated the high wire, balancing artistic merit and mainstream visibility with more flair than any electronica act of the 1990s. Ably defeating the image-unconscious attitude of most electronic artists in favor of a focus on nominal frontman Keith Flint, the group crossed over to the mainstream of pop music with an incendiary live experience that approximated the original atmosphere of the British rave scene even while leaning uncomfortably close to arena rock showmanship and punk theatrics....
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