The Prodigy‘s The Day Is My Enemy topped the UK Albums chart. This marks the group’s sixth Number 1 album on the chart. The Number 1 album can be attributed to the innovative marketing campaign. The album cover art was displayed on the side of the buildings in London including the Battersea Power Station, the Shoreditch High Street underground station, and The Houses of Parliament complex. The Day Is My Enemy is led by the singles “Nasty,” “The Day Is My Enemy,” “Wild Frontier,” and the new single, “Wall of Death.” The first single, “Nasty,” peaked at Number 23 on the UK Dance chart, and Number 98 on the UK Singles chart.
Besides The Day Is My Enemy, The Prodigy have dropped five studio albums including Experience, Music for the Jilted Generation, The Fat of the Land, Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned, and Invaders Must Die. In 2005, a collection of The Prodigy’s songs were featured on Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005 project; the album reached Number 1 in the UK. The electronic band have sold over 25 millions albums worldwide. Their debut album Experience impacted the UK Albums chart at Number 12, and it was certified platinum in the UK (sold 300,000). “Charly,” “Everybody in the Place,” “Fire/Jericho,” “Out of Space,” and “Wind It Up (Rewound)” were all released as singles from the project.
Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned was The Prodigy’s fourth studio album. The project peaked at the top of the UK Albums Chart, and it also reached the charts in Norway (Number 5), Japan (Number 6), Austria (Number 8), Poland (Number 12), New Zealand (Number 20), Sweden (Number 34), and the US (Number 62). Three singles were dropped from Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned including “Girls,” “Hotride,” and “Spitfire.”
The Prodigy have won several awards including the Best British Dance Act award two times at the Brit Awards in 1997 and 1998. The group has also won three MTV Awards for Best Electronic Dance Music Video (1998), Best Breakthrough Video (1998), and Viewer’s Choice (1997). The Prodigy have been nominated for two Grammy Awards, but they haven’t be able to take home the gold trophy, yet.
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