Go See The Prodigy LIVE in Singapore Feb 3 2009 http://bignightout.asia then grab their new release The Prodigy: Invaders Must Die – featuring OMEN
MESSAGE FROM THE PRODIGY TO SINGAPORE CONCERT GOERS…..
“We’re all really psyched up about comin to Singapore. We’ve never done a gig there, can’t wait to get on stage and rock it. Look forward to seein you on 3rd and playing some new tunes.” Respect, The Prodigy.
The Prodigy: Invaders Must Die New release date: March 3, 2009it’s easy to forget that not only have the Prodigy given us some of the greatest hits of the rave era and beyond with ‘Outer Space’ ‘Everybody In the Place’, ‘Charley Says’, ‘Firestarter’ and ‘Smack My Bitch Up’, they also gave a face to rave and to the rest of us donated the whole idea of selling a credible, uncompromising dance music album with the personality and punk panache of a rock artist – and sold 16 million albums in the process.
Now, on Invaders Must Die, Liam Howlett, Keith Flint and Maxim all featured on the album, which is the first time since the release of Fat Of The Land in 1997. The result is back to their bone shaking best, a collision of old skool rave noise with the stratospheric limits of new technology.
‘Invaders Must Die’ (March 3rd) is 40 minutes of having your head battered by future nostalgia, serotonin levels twisted by feel-good horrorcore and your synapses snapped by whiplash attitude. It’s the sound of The Prodigy mixing up genres, contorting the past and rewiring the future, ram-raiding through the tranquility of music’s status quo like a blot on the landscape of England’s dreaming.
Invaders Must Die is the unique sound of The Prodigy, still trespassing after all these years, walking the path they’ve created for themselves. And with that free party attitude still breaking and entering where other’s can only dream of following.
“The Prodigy are back and they are here to dig up your dancing soul. Lock up EVERYTHING”– Clash (Feb 09)
“As devastating as you could hope for” – Mixmag (Feb 09)
“No other band has the crossover appeal of The Prodigy” – Kerrang!
“A frantic mash-up of breaks, rave and rock power all delivered in with the punk attitude that we know and love them for.” – DJ
“The Prodigy are back! And boy is it a welcome return.” – IDJ
“The Prodigy haven’t changed – they’ve just added enough new cusses to run up a national debt at the swear box.” The Guardian, live review****
“Brutal, skilful, faster, harder and more alive than ever before – the prodigal sons returned in style.” – Daily Star, live review
“Savage breakbeats, guitar hooks and plenty of swagger. It sounds like the second coming of the Jilted Generation.” – Metro
“The Prodigy are back to their best.” – The Daily Telegraph, live review ****
“The Prodigy can fairly be described as the techno equivalent of U2 or Oasis.” – The Independent, live review ****
“They’re baaack! The masters of the dance-rock hybrid are about to show us who the real daddies of the genre are!” – Kerrang!The Prodigy Launch New Microsite
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