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Invaders Must Die [CD]

The Prodigy Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (23 Feb 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Cooking Vinyl
  • ASIN: B001KH68GM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,468 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Invaders Must Die
2. Omen
3. Thunder
4. Colours
5. Take Me To The Hospital
6. Warrior's Dance
7. Run With The Wolves
8. Omen Reprise
9. World's On Fire
10. Piranha
11. Stand Up

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Invaders Must Die finds the Prodigy line-up of Liam Howlett, Keith Flint, and Maxim Reality back together on record for the first time since 2002’s ill-fated, subsequently disowned “Baby’s Got A Temper”. This doesn’t mark a return to the bad old days of punk-rave cabaret, though. No, in fact, Invaders Must Die finds The Prodigy delving even further back into their history, an attempt to recapture the heady rave vibes, one-finger keyboard riffs, and concussive breakbeats of 1992’s Experience and its epochal follow-up, 1994’s Music For A Jilted Generation. True, sometimes it feels a little too transparent in its eagerness to recapture past glories: “Thunder”, with its loping reggae vocal, is undeniably Howlett on form, but it apes the formula of 1992’s “Out Of Space” a little too closely for comfort. Still, the likes of “Omen” and “Take Me To The Hospital” are agreeably back-to-basics cuts that merge nagging melodies and fairground waltzer queasiness with a weighty production job that renders them muscular enough to compete on a level playing field with Justice, Pendulum, et al. “Run With The Wolves” is the one track that harks strongly back to Fat Of The Land, a gnarled, rocky number with Dave Grohl on live drums that finds Keith Flint claiming to be “hung like a hound”. The closing “Stand Up” is a late surprise, meanwhile, a euphoric set-closer with hints of Screamadelica-era Primal Scream. --Louis Pattison

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Return Of A Favourite 23 Feb 2009
Format:Vinyl|Verified Purchase
The Prodigy are back, and with Keith Flint, Liam Howlett and Maxim all back in ranks, this has to be one of the most exciting comebacks - especially after the disappointment of "Baby's Got a Temper", which I quite enjoyed personally, it seems other fans didn't really take to it.

Invaders Must Die has the grittiness and power of The Fat of The Land, the excitement of rave from Experience and the more grungy sound that was introduced in Always Outnumbered. Tracks like Thunder bring back the more darker side of the band, and reminds us of Out of Space - it's raw energy will transfer well on the stage when they gig later this year. Take Me To The Hospital also sounds typical of stuff you'd find on Experience, with the added vocals that you'd find on Music For The Gilted Generation.

Other excellent tracks include the hit "Invaders Must Die", it's prominent synth line reminding us why they are considered top of the electronica tree, and Omen, with it's simple "Out Of Space" sound, breaks, and single finger xylophone lead, really brings me back to 1992, in a good way too.

It's also nice to see Dave Grohl on this, doing live drums for the boys.

This is a top album, I was really glad to get it today and discover the sound that I loved about The Prodigy was back. I enjoyed Always Outnumbered, so I wasn't worried if they had kept to that formula, but the fact they have re-grouped and done a mixture of old and new style really does wonders.

This limited edition box set is great too, 5 7" singles - all coloured and has the whole album on, a CD/DVD (hybrid) which has the album on it, and the DVD side has the video of Omen, and Invaders Must Die. There is also a bonus CD with 4 tracks. It also has two films on there, World's On Fire, and Warriors Dance. Not only that, you get a stencil, Prodigy stickers and a poster.

For me this was worth every penny, excellent.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Back To The Oldskool 23 Feb 2009
Format:Audio CD
Firstly i must say i was a little apprehensive about the new album. After the release of Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned i thought the prodigy were taking their music in a completely different direction. Don't get me wrong i still think that was an excellent album, production was great, everything hit the right spots, but especially when hearing the tracks live, it didn't really work with the rest of their material.

Now to the new release, Invaders Must Die!

The first thing you notice when listening to this album is the quality of the production, Liam has proven once again that he is the master when it comes to hard hitting beats, insane synths and massive breakdowns. Everything sounds clean and polished, and you can tell a lot of time has been spent making everything work.

No doubt you've heard the opening track a hundred times already on the radio, but it was nice to hear a few changes to the version you might have already heard. This tracks kind of a nod to the last album, and maybe Liam's trying to show us how it should have been done last time.

The second track Omen is our first glimpse back into the oldschool, hard hitting beats, and a piercing synth that takes you right back. I do have one gripe with this track tho, the version they played on radio 1 for the first time a few weeks ago had a slightly different break in it, which i prefer to the one on the album. It does work with the rest of the album though, so it's not necessarily a bad thing.

Thunder is a nod to electro/house but still keeps to the roots of the prodigy's sound, oldschool stabs and a ragga vocal reminiscent of Out Of Space. I expect to hear this one out in the clubs a fair bit.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Prodigy - Invaders Must Die 27 Mar 2009
Format:Audio CD
`Invaders Must Die' opens with a thudding bass line and a melodious guitar riff, which build gradually up until after 16 bars or so, they merge to provide a combined assault on your ears akin to the opening of a Pendulum record. The bass is cranked to 9 Billion, the tune is simple enough to dance to and the song as a whole is catchy as hell. Following the title track is lead single `Omen' - so good that when I first heard it, I swore that I was listening to a track from `Fat of the Land'. "The Writing's On The Wall" was about the only lyric I could gather, but it didn't matter because as with `Fire starter' or `Smack My B Up', one lyric is all you really need to be able to get fully into it.

The opening two tracks are an indication of what to expect on `Invaders Must Die'. `Warrior's Dance' provides contrast for about 30 seconds when it opens with a euphoric female vocal. Very quickly though, the listener is brought back with a bang, and back come the thick and heavy Drum n Bass beats. Where The Prodigy have always excelled, is in selling their distinct sound by varying the tracks just enough to so you don't get déjà vu every time there is a song change, but not so much as to slow the pace of the record. On `Invaders Must Die', this is brought in with great effect. For forty minutes or so, the music infects your ears and causes your body to move, never slowing or treading over old ground.

The chances are that you already know if you are going to like this CD. There's nothing groundbreaking, audacious or controversial on this new release - it is just a good solid piece of work. As exciting as they ever were and ready to get the party going, The Prodigy are back. Nice to see that the boys still have still got it.

4 Stars

Gregory Jolliffe
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Item!
The product is as described and will recommend this item to anyone!
Item also arrived in-time and as described without any issues.
Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars turn it up and start jumpin'
top bit of vinyl this.. especially when doing a bit of building work round the house.

maybe i should rename it.. invader must DIY!!?
Published 9 months ago by rors
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Buy!
Bought as a gift for my Girlfriend, she loves this album and adores the quality. A very good purchase for prodigy fans looking to purchase albums on vinyl! Very Very Pleased!
Published 9 months ago by Joshua Hawkins
5.0 out of 5 stars Invaders Must Die - The Prodigy
I bought this CD for my sons birthday. He thought it was excellent - i must agree with him it is! After ordering, it arrived well in expectation of delivery time, packaged well... Read more
Published 10 months ago by Rosina Falla
3.0 out of 5 stars Disc Scratched
I love the music however on track 2 and track 6 the cd jumps and on investigation of the cd, there are 2 scratches!! pissed off doesn't doesn't cover it!!.
Published 11 months ago by Bonkas
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent
Great album, really strong songs all the way through, absolutely no let up in beat and intensity. An absolute must!
Published 13 months ago by Dahlia Gray
5.0 out of 5 stars value
excellent value exactly as described pleasure to do business with this vendor would use again and recommend to other people
Published 16 months ago by matthew hoyle
5.0 out of 5 stars prodigy - invaders must die
Great cd and came quickly and in great condition. I thought it was an excellent price and I am very happy! Thank you!
Published 18 months ago by craigyt2611
1.0 out of 5 stars only 1 decent track
The title song 'Invaders Must Die,' is the only decent song on the album. Usually a bad's creative period depletes after the first 6-9 years of their activity. Read more
Published 22 months ago by Paul Smithson
4.0 out of 5 stars Great album
very good album. most of the songs are really good. couple arent amazing, but hey ho, can never have a perfect album
Published on 18 Oct 2010 by LW
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