The album is basically not bad, but it's very mixed and on the other are no innovations to listen. Unfortunately, many tracks sound inconsequential and have lost much of its aggressiveness and independence.
Once I read a sentence from a celebrity talking about 'The Prodigy'. She said something like this: "Their singles rock, but the albums suck!". I wouldn't go so far, but their is a truth within this statement.
'The Prodigy' know their strengths really well
All the music videos 'Nasty', 'Ibiza', and 'Wild Frontier' based on the strongest tracks of this album. The title track 'The Day Is My Enemy' is among the strongest tracks as well.
As quickly comes to the thought that the remaining tracks are only gap fillers. At least they have always some really great outstanding tracks on their albums. And for a die-hard 'The Prodigy' fan it's definitely a must-have.