The Prodigy ‎– Music For The Jilted Generation

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1 Intro 0:46
2 Break & Enter 8:24
3 Their Law
Featuring, Written-By – Pop Will Eat Itself
6:41
4 Full Throttle 5:03
5 Voodoo People
Guitar [Live] – Lance Riddler
6:27
6 Speedway (Theme From Fastlane) 8:56
7 The Heat (The Energy) 4:28
8 Poison
Written-By – K. Palmer*
6:42
9 No Good (Start The Dance) 6:18
10 One Love (Edit) 3:53
The Narcotic Suite
11 3 Kilos 7:26
12 Skylined 5:58
13 Claustrophobic Sting 7:12

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Samples used:
Track 2: Vocal from 'Casanova' by Baby D
Track 4: Laughter from 'A Fistfull Of Dollars'
"Hey" from 'SOS' by The Breeders.
Track 5: Guitar from 'Very Ape' by Nirvana
Vocal from 'The Shalimar' by Gylan Kain.
Track 7: Vocal from 'Poltergeist III'
Track 9: Vocal from 'No Good For Me' by Kelly
Charles.
Track 13: Sample from '2001 - A Space Odyssey'

As with most of The Prodigy albums a lot of the mixes are missing on the tracklisting.

Track 4 - Is the same as the (Original Mix) apart from The Star Wars sample "we're going in full throttle" is played backwards and the last 30 or 40 seconds has a different bridge. It is also shorter in total duration by 30 seconds.
Track 5 - Voodoo People - (Original Mix)
Track 9 - No Good (Start The Dance) is the (Original Mix) although not credited.

℗ & © 1994 XL-Recordings.
Distributed by Warner Music UK.
Made in England.

A repress versions can be found here.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 012093 551425
  • Barcode (String): 5012093551425
  • Matrix / Runout: XLCD114 1:5 MASTERED BY NIMBUS

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XLLP 114 The Prodigy Music For The Jilted Generation(2xLP, Album, Gat) XL Recordings XLLP 114 UK 1994 Sell This Version
9003-2 The Prodigy Music For The Jilted Generation(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (The Prodigy) 9003-2 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
XLCD 114 The Prodigy Music For The Jilted Generation(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) XL Recordings XLCD 114 UK Unknown
922 The Prodigy Music For The Jilted Generation(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Vivo (4) 922 Romania Unknown Sell This Version
XLMC 114 The Prodigy Music For The Jilted Generation(Cass, Album) Soyuz Music XLMC 114 Russia 2004 Sell This Version

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SUPERGUN

SUPERGUN

February 24, 2016

Best Prodigy album by far. Liam Howlett had to evolve musically & he did.
Booj1Boy

Booj1Boy

July 26, 2015
edited 9 months ago

I'm just gonna go out and say it: I don't really get it.
One Love is a classic, and Break & Enter is pretty cool (thought it drags on for too long), but a lot of the other stuff is just kinda meh. I really don't like "Their Law", I don't get why everyone loves it so much, it's just boring electro industrial. There are some standout tracks here, like "Voodoo People", and "No Good (Start The Dance)" is an alt-dance classic, but the album really drags at 78 minutes.
2.5/5
shaaman

shaaman

June 21, 2012

this record together with several other 1994 techno, rave, ambient etc. records introduced me to the electronic music. even today, this one sounds so fresh and exceptional, everytime i play the cd, it still forces me to put the hand up in the air and start the dance. atmospheric and good for listening, too. do yourself a favor and go buy it. :)
monkee102

monkee102

May 8, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
The album was meant to have been longer, with a full mix of 'One Love' and an additional tune called 'We Eat Rhythm', however, this wiould exceed the amount a CD could hold so they had to put on the Edit of 'One Love' and cut 'We Eat Rhythm' out completely (it has since only appeared on a tape free with Select Magazine, it's a very tribal sounding tune, with no stabs or kicks). The 'Star Wars' sample on 'Full Throttle' had to be put on backwards at the insistence of Lawyers representing George Lucas.
idem77

idem77

August 24, 2005
edited over 10 years ago

What is needed left to say about this album. This album represents the quality and originality of 'The Prodigy' and Liam Howlett at the same time. Very diverse and powerfull album that shows that The Prodigy has developed from a young rave band to something more serious.

To bad they went a totally different way after this album, as I would have loved having a third album with tracks as full of energy as the ones on this album (and on 'Experience', too), something I miss on 'The Fat Of The Land'. The prodigy at this moment was far ahead of its time.