The Prodigy include fan’s bootleg mash-up on deluxe edition of ‘The Day Is My Enemy’ – listen

Band's sixth Number One album was released in March

The Prodigy have released a deluxe edition of 2015 album ‘The Day Is My Enemy’, complete with a remix which began life as a bootleg created by a fan.

The group went straight to Number One with ‘The Day Is My Enemy’ when they released the album in March, it includes the singles ‘Nasty’ and ‘Wild Frontier’ as well as Sleaford Mods collaboration ‘Ibiza’.

The deluxe edition of ‘The Day Is My Enemy’ is available now and includes remixes of album tracks by Jaguar Skills, Zinc and South Central as well as a new version of the album title track from Liam Howlett. Meanwhile, ‘Shut Em Up’ is a mash-up of ‘Stand Up’ by The Prodigy and Public Enemy’s ‘Shut ‘Em Down’ that began its life on YouTube when a fan put the two songs together. Liam Howlett got in touch with the fan and asked to tidy the rework up for inclusion on the album.

The Prodigy tour the UK with Public Enemy in December. See below for full tour dates.

‘The Day Is My Enemy’ Expanded Edition tracklist:

‘The Day is My Enemy’
‘Nasty’
‘Rebel Radio’
‘Ibiza’ feat. Sleaford Mods
‘Destroy’
‘Wild Frontier’
‘Rok-Weiler’
‘Beyond the Deathray’
‘Rhythm Bomb’ feat. Flux Pavilion
‘Roadblox’
‘Get Your Fight On’
‘Medicine’
‘Invisible Sun’
‘Wall Of Death’

iTunes Bonus Track:
‘Rise Of The Eagles’

Expanded Edition additional new tracks, remixes + bonus tracks

‘The Day Is My Enemy’ (Liam H Remix feat. Dope D.O.D.) (unreleased)
‘Shut ‘Em Up’ – The Prodigy Vs Public Enemy Vs Manfred Mann (unreleased)
‘Get Your Fight On’ (Live at Alexandra Palace 2015) (unreleased)
‘Roadblox’ (Live at Sonicmania Japan 2015) (unreleased)
‘Roadblox’ (The Jaguar Skills Ninja Terminator Remix) (unreleased)
‘Roadblox’ (Reso Remix) (unreleased)
‘Medicine’ (South Central Remix) (unreleased)
‘AWOL’ (Strike One)
‘Nasty’ (Spor Remix)
‘Nasty’ (Zinc Remix)
‘Nasty’ (Onen Remix)

The Prodigy and Public Enemy will kick off their joint touring stint at Nottingham’s Capital FM Arena on November 24, heading to Newcastle, Manchester, Sheffield, Dublin, Belfast and Birmingham, before concluding the stretch at London’s SSE Arena Wembley on December 4.

The Prodigy and Public Enemy will play the following dates:

Nottingham Capital FM Arena (November 24)
Newcastle Upon Tyne Metro Radio Arena (26)
Manchester Central (27)
Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (28)
Dublin 3Arena (30)
Belfast Odyssey Arena (December 1)
Birmingham Barclaycard Arena (3)
London SSE Arena Wembley (4)

Despite their continued success, The Prodigy recently claimed that their 25 year-strong career could be drawing to a close, discussing the possibility of retirement for the first time.