Notwithstanding their 25 years of history as a band, this is only the sixth studio album from The Prodigy. This was a surprise to me yet it may still be what prompted me to download it despite having never felt even remotely tempted by any of their previous opuses.
The music is rambunctious and ear-popping, but also thoroughly well-processed : It is obvious they have taken their time recording it.
In point of fact, this is a little too much garage punk and not enough consonance for me, yet I do get some sort of charge out of it. Highly useful when running!