Shared publicly  - 
117
22
Esi Blixsa's profile photomark thorley's profile photoCarly robinson's profile photoBlackArro Cartoons's profile photo
22 comments
Ant Jay
+
1
2
1
 
Got it and its so disapppointing 
 
Not streamable with Google Play Music All Access. Disappointed.
 
Album was available on Amazon Music for a few days now.
 
My tip would be to go a different direction. This album would be cool if it had been released between Experience and Jilted, though some songs are an exception. Beyond the Deathray is close to exceptional. Nasty is an awesome track. The rest is sadly just "OK".

EDIT: Maybe pick up where Out of Space, their biggest hit song, left off: go a sci-fi direction. Liam's writing is perfect for that, and Beyond the Deathray is a glimpse of what it could be.

Would also love Liam making a soundtrack to a movie.
Ant Jay
+
2
3
2
 
Destroy my fav track, beat is old school amd has a mindfields synrlth vibe about it.
 
Followed the guys since day one ... To me this album is what's left when you can't do any better .... Maybe only two tracks for me worth the time to play the rest is just repetitive noise ... Fat of the land and invaders hung on well and tracks were belters ... I honestly don't know what this albums supposed to be about now... Keith needs to quit hanging on liams back and quit screaming crap over tracks ... He's pointless now.... Tried hard to get into this album but its a huge bo from me .... Time to quit if that's all they can churn out 
 
Bands will almost always have fans who want constant innovation as well as those who want more of the same. Because The Prodigy has such a unique sound to begin with, I'm happy with "more of the same", especially when it's as energetic and exciting as The Day is My Enemy Album, IMO.
 
I don't agree, I love the day is my enemy and can't wait for any future albums, keep going the prodigy u keep getting better n better :-) 
 
Yes. This new album is seriously in tune with what Prodigy is all about as a lifelong fan. Big beats and their unique synths with Keith and Maxim's vox adding energy and depth. It easily fits in with any of their greatest hits but hits even harder than before. For those who don't like it, this sounds like Prodigy. Who do you want them to sound like? Another band?
Add a comment...