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A pioneering foray into the underground,
By A Customer
This review is from: Music For The Jilted Generation (Audio CD)
Music For The Jilted Generation was the near perfect follow up to 1991's The Prodigy Experience. Released in 1994, it was unfortunately lumbered as being 'The Anti - Criminal Justice Bill' album. With tracks that hinted at anti autoritarianism, and criminal activities in general (Bugalry, Joyriding/Speeding, Drugs and the rocking 'Their Law', an anti police anthem, the likes of which have not been seen since NWA's heyday with F**k Tha' Police) the album bounds along at breakneck speed. Described by many as a concept album for the 90's, it will forever live in the memories of those who remember how pioneering it was upon its release. The multi faceted beats interconnect with the fascinatingly well manipulated samples perfectly and in total harmony. Layer upon layer of sound bombards your ear drums as you are taken on the ride of your life. You should have bought this album yesterday!