Yeah, that’s right you mug! You love it! Feeeeeeel it! We’re the jilted generation right? We aren’t gonna take any of your ‘rules’ any more! We’re gonna party on all night long! And rave every day! And collaborate with Sleaford Mods if we fancy it as well! And there’s nothing you can do to stop us, you little melt!
To be fair, The Prodigy’s second studio LP still kicks arse all these years later. 1994’s ‘Music For The Jilted Generation’ is probably second only to the band’s other classic album ‘The Fat Of The Land’ when it comes to totting up the best records from the more anarchic, punkish end of Big Beat. This is the one with ‘Voodoo People’ and ‘No Good (Start The Dance)’ on it … you mugs.
Vinyl Double LP £19.69 XLLP114
2LP on XL Recordings.
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7/10 Jack 21st September 2015
This album was the turning point for Prodigy from Experience to Fat of the Land. It has some of the club/house elements of their debut but shows them going into uncharted territory. They experiment more with guitar, samples, and the actual music is the perfect blend of chaos and melodic electronica. This would be expanded upon more on their next album but Jilted Generation is unique in the sense that it's hard to classify it. It's classic in the sense that every time you listen to it, you hear something new each time and it has stayed relevant with age.
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