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Prodigy – Invaders Must Die

British electro-dance act The Prodigy have reunited to record their fifth regular studio album Invaders Must Die after the critical acclaimed 2004’s Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned album which was basically entirely produced only by Liam Howlett, the group founder. The band have said that the album will go back to their “old-school but cutting edge” roots and will be released as a CD, CD/DVD set, Double vinyl, luxury 7-inch vinyl box set and a digital download. After the album release, The Prodigy plans a UK tour starting April 2009.

Prodigy - Invaders Must Die

Great news is that “Invaders Must Die” the first single was released as a free download from the band’s website on the November 26. “We just wanted to give the prodigy fans an exclusive free download track to give you the flavor of what is to follow next year with the new record.” I already download it and let me tell you that it sounds hard and fresh.

So go get Prodigy – Invaders Must Die single for FREE!

Meanwhile take look at the “Invaders Must Die” video:

Here is a short interview of the band by Associated Press:

The Prodigy – Invaders Must Die – track listing:

  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”

Short Band Bio:
In 1990 Liam Howlett got together with dancers/vocalists Keith Flint and Maxim to form The Prodigy. Emerged out of the early UK rave scene and described as a “rock band that plays dance music” The Prodigy have as of 2007 sold over 16 million records worldwide and is the most commercially successful electronic dance music act of recent times. As you already know, Liam Howlett is a Reason avid user: Liam Howlett of Prodigy explains why Reason, to him, is the best thing since sliced bread

The Prodigy – Studio albums:

Enjoy ;)!

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