Music for the Jilted Generation is the second studio album by English electronic music group The Prodigy. It was first released on 4 July 1994 by XL Recordings in the United Kingdom and by Mute Records in the United States. Just as on the group’s debut album Experience (1992), Maxim Reality was the only member of the band's lineup-besides Liam Howlett-to contribute to the album.
Items presented in flip open box with printed number on the rear. Vinyl housed in printer inner type sleeve with album front image on front and track listing on rear. CD and DVD housed in cardboard insert at back of box. Box also conatins 3 inserts. first insert s 12"x12" booklet.
Track 1. isn't mentioned in the tracklisting. It starts at the 8:53 of physical track 10 which is 11:17 long. Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd. 바코드 및 기타 식별자.
Tracklistings come from MusicBrainz. Find out more about our use of this data, and also our policy on profanity. Find out more about our use of this data. Anyone who called The Prodigy a one-trick pony clearly never heard this. And in a surprising nod to the emerging phenomenon of the chill-out room, Howlett divides the album’s final three tracks off into The Narcotic Suite, a spacey, synthesiser-powered closing stretch that closes the album like a valium comedown.
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Music For The Jilted Generation's intro. Words are taken from the 'The Lawnmower Man', but Liam didn't sample it straight from the movie! Sample: roaring vocal sitar loop Taken from: ? Sample: waterphone sounds Taken from: ? No Good (Start The Dance). Sample:"You're no good for me, I don't need nobody. Don't need no-one that's no good for me" is sampled from Taken from: "No good for me" by Kelly Charles. If you listen carefully, on the album version, you can hear a hip-hop sample in the background saying "Jump around, hit the ground", which may come from the House Of Pain "Jump Around" (Album: House Of Pain, Year: 1992). Other beats come from the same source as the LHB "Bad Magic".
The next single from ‘Music For The Jilted Generation’ – which rightly earned itself a Mercury Prize nomination, losing out to M People’s ‘Elegant Slumming’ (still, even now, what?) – was ‘Voodoo People’, another of the songs Howlett set about writing first. It blends a jungle vibe with a sampled riff from Nirvana’s ‘Very Ape’, again exhibiting the band’s increased rock influence. The single is notable for altering the history of another great British dance act, The Chemical Brothers. I can’t write tracks that last six minutes anymore! - - - ‘Voodoo People’ (live in 2008). - - As striking as the ‘Music For The Jilted Generation’’s art and design is, alongside its musical contents, the iconic aesthetic of The Prodigy would be confirmed two years after the album’s release, when March 1996’s ‘Firestarter’ took Keith, and the band he was now ostensibly fronting, into a whole new stratosphere of public recognition.