The Prodigy’s ‘The Day Is My Enemy’ Receives An Expanded Edition | Music News
The Prodigy‘s sixth album – The Day Is My Enemy – was released in March this year, incorporating several bass-heavy club beats that the band are known for. Eight months later, an expanded edition is being digitally released on November 10. Twenty-one remixes and live versions of most of the original album will be included. Caspa, South Central, and Proxy are just a few of the artists who have contributed.
Two of the songs from the album were debuted on November 9, “Shut ‘Em Up” (originally a fan remix) on BBC 6 Music, and Liam Howlett‘s mix of “The Day Is My Enemy” featuring Dope D.O.D on Beats 1 radio. A full track list can be found here.
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