Second studio album from The Prodigy, Music For The Jilted Generation saw them taking their rave blueprint and getting the beats in. Ahead of their genre busting Fat Of The Land smasher which followed, the ground work is definitely put down on this one.
Released in 1994 Liam Howlett and company banged a bus load of samples into the album which featured tracks like ‘Their Law’ with PWEI, ‘Posion’ and the big hits ‘No Good (Start The Dance)’ and the swampy ‘Voodoo People’.
The landscape around them was already changing with big beat, rave, house, techno, chill out and trip hop all being added to the melting pot. Considered a modern classic now, this is a pretty solid selection, the cover here, as ever rendered in felt pen.