Invaders Must Die

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8.8

Universal acclaim- based on 127 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Negative: 3 out of 127

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  1. JackS
    May 23, 2009
    3
    The Prodigy have done it again... unfortunately. The songs on this album merely repeat the same, uncatchy tunes with lyrics that wouldn't even seem clever to a 9 year old school kid, over repetitive 'rave noise' for over an hour. Honestly, once you have listened to the opening of "Omen" you have basically listened to the entire song. This album is neither smart, new or The Prodigy have done it again... unfortunately. The songs on this album merely repeat the same, uncatchy tunes with lyrics that wouldn't even seem clever to a 9 year old school kid, over repetitive 'rave noise' for over an hour. Honestly, once you have listened to the opening of "Omen" you have basically listened to the entire song. This album is neither smart, new or worth while. Simply, save yourself a bit of money, as this album will be forgotten in a few years time, falling to modern day, worth-while musicians like Cold play and Green Day. Expand
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60

Mixed or average reviews - based on 20 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 20
  2. Negative: 1 out of 20
  1. A majority of IMD is destined to end up splattered across car adverts and in film soundtracks where the scene is of a pulsing, throbbing, energetic nature. Sadly, that won't lend it any more substance.
  2. A statement for all of the limp new rave pretenders to pack up and fuck off, a return to form rarely sounded or felt so exciting.
  3. Invaders Must Die lacks their freshness and like all supposed returns "to form" it might prove they can compete with the present generation but, ultimately, it's more facelift than rejuvenation.