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The Day Is My Enemy

The Day Is My Enemy
The Prodigy

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.

The Day Is My Enemy
Rebel Radio
Ibiza (feat. Sleaford Mods)
Wild Frontier
Beyond the Deathray
Rhythm Bomb (feat. Flux Pavilion)
Get Your Fight On
Invisible Sun
Wall of Death
Rise of the Eagles (Bonus Track)