Certainly the best Prod album by far. Second albums are traditionally 'difficult' but such was the changing face of dance music that the move away from the playschool house of Experience to the dirtier angrier side matched the rapidly progressive nature of early house music. The inside illustration depicting their attitude to the then Criminal Justice Bill reflects this,as does the track with the lyric F*ck them, and Their Law.On release the single No Good (Start the Dance) harkened back to Experience; Poison is in another direction altogether.
Following up a masterpiece like this was never going to be easy: The Fat of the Land's mediocrity illustrates how innovative Jilted was/is. That said, Oasis's Definitely Maybe was released in 1994 and Be Here Now was a 1997 release and we all know which one was better.