15 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Described by principal producer Liam Howlett as “an attack,” The Prodigy’s sixth studio album is a blast of gritty, two-fisted aggression from the pioneering electronic outfit. The opening title cut, “The Day Is My Enemy,” combines 10-ton synths with sternum-rattling breakbeats, while the appropriately titled “Nasty” is a dizzying rush of devilish melody and radioactive production. Elsewhere, the closer, “Wall of Death,” finds frontman Keith Flint spitting familiar streams of venom over the unrelenting crunch of piston-like guitars and spooky atmospherics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Described by principal producer Liam Howlett as “an attack,” The Prodigy’s sixth studio album is a blast of gritty, two-fisted aggression from the pioneering electronic outfit. The opening title cut, “The Day Is My Enemy,” combines 10-ton synths with sternum-rattling breakbeats, while the appropriately titled “Nasty” is a dizzying rush of devilish melody and radioactive production. Elsewhere, the closer, “Wall of Death,” finds frontman Keith Flint spitting familiar streams of venom over the unrelenting crunch of piston-like guitars and spooky atmospherics.

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