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The Prodigy - Music For The Jilted Generation Album

The Prodigy - Music For The Jilted Generation Album

  • Performer: The Prodigy
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Music For The Jilted Generation
  • Released: 04 Jul 1994
  • Style: Breakbeat, Techno, Big Beat
  • Label: XL Recordings
  • Catalog: XLLP 114
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 2990 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1581 mb
  • Rating: 4.0
  • Votes: 374

Tracklist

1The Narcotic Suite
2Break & Enter
Producer, Mixed By – L. HowlettWritten-By – L. Howlett
8:24
3No Good (Start The Dance)
Producer, Mixed By – L. Howlett, Neil McLellanWritten-By – J. Bratton, K. Charles, L. Howlett
6:22
4Voodoo People
Guitar [Live] – Lance RiddlerProducer, Mixed By – L. Howlett, Neil McLellanWritten-By – L. Howlett
6:28
5Their Law
Featuring – Pop Will Eat ItselfProducer, Mixed By – L. HowlettWritten-By – L. Howlett, Pop Will Eat Itself
6:40
6Skylined
Producer, Mixed By – L. HowlettWritten-By – L. Howlett
5:58
7Full Throttle
Producer, Mixed By – L. Howlett, Neil McLellanWritten-By – L. Howlett
5:28
8Claustrophobic Sting
Producer, Mixed By – L. HowlettWritten-By – L. Howlett
7:12
9One Love (Edit)
Producer, Mixed By – L. Howlett, Neil McLellanWritten-By – L. Howlett
3:53
103 Kilos
Producer, Mixed By – L. HowlettWritten-By – L. Howlett
7:26
11The Heat (The Energy)
Producer, Mixed By – L. Howlett, Neil McLellanWritten-By – L. Howlett
4:28
12Poison
Featuring – MaximProducer, Mixed By – L. HowlettWritten-By – K. Palmer, L. Howlett
6:42
13Intro
Producer, Mixed By – L. HowlettWritten-By – L. Howlett
0:45
14Speedway (Theme From 'Fastlane')
Producer, Mixed By – L. HowlettWritten-By – L. Howlett
8:56

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
XLCD 114The Prodigy Music For The Jilted Generation ‎(CD, Album)XL RecordingsXLCD 114UK1994
XLCD 114The Prodigy Music For The Jilted Generation ‎(CD, Album, RP)XL RecordingsXLCD 114UKUnknown
XLMC114The Prodigy Music For The Jilted Generation ‎(Cass, Album, Promo)XL RecordingsXLMC114UKUnknown
825.0114.20, XLCD 114The Prodigy Music For The Jilted Generation ‎(CD, Album)Play It Again Sam [PIAS], XL Recordings825.0114.20, XLCD 114Benelux1994
SRCP 377The Prodigy Music For The Jilted Generation ‎(CD, Album, RE)XL RecordingsSRCP 377Japan2004

Credits

  • Flute [Live]Phil Bent
  • Management [For Midi Management]Mike Champion
  • Mastered ByNilz
  • Painting [Inside Sleeve Painting]Les Edwards
  • Photography By [Front]Stuart Heygarth
  • Photography By [Rear]Jamie Fry

Notes

All tracks written at Earthbound Studios.
Tracks A1, A2, A3, B6, C8, D11, D12 and D13 produced and mixed at Earthbound Studios.
Tracks A4, B5, B7, C9 and C10 produced and mixed at The Strongroom.

Samples from:
Track A2 sample taken from 'Casanova' by Baby D courtesy of Production House Records Ltd..
Track C9 'No Good For Me' by Kelly Charles sampled under license from Polygram Special Markets, a division of PolyGram Group Distribution, Inc..

All tracks published by EMI/Virgin Music Publishing Ltd. except track C2 published by EMI/Virgin Music Publishing Ltd. / All Boys Music Ltd..
℗&© 1994 XL Recordings
Made in England
Distributed by Warner Music UK

Samples used:
Track A2: Vocal from 'Casanova' by Baby D
Track A4: Laughter from 'A Fistfull Of Dollars'
The Star Wars sample ("we're going in full throttle") is played backwards here despite it playing forwards on the earlier One Love single version.
"Hey" from 'SOS' by The Breeders.
Track B5: Guitar from 'Very Ape' by Nirvana
Vocal from 'The Shalimar' by Gylan Kain.
Track B7: Vocal from 'Poltergeist III'. Intro (uncredited) sample from "The Whale" by Electric Light Orchestra.
Track C9: Vocal from 'No Good For Me' by Kelly Charles.
Track D11: Samples from "Good Livin' (Good Lovin')" by Bernard Purdie
Track D13: Sample from '2001 - A Space Odyssey'

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

A4 - Is the same as the (Original Mix) until the last 30 or 40 seconds, it changes - to musical people it has a different bridge, and is shorter in total duration by 30 seconds.
B5 - Voodoo People - (Original Mix)
C9 - No Good (Start The Dance) is the (Original Mix) although not credited.

Some copies was distributed in Europe & Germany for Intercord Label with Sticker and Catalogue number "INT 147903".

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 5 012093 551418 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5012093551418
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A, Variant 1): XLLP 114 A¹ 2 THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. DAMONT A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side B, Variant 1): XLLP 114 B¹ THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. DAMONT BC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side C, Variant 1): XLLP 114 C¹ THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. 3 DAMONT E
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side D, Variant 1): XLLP 114 D¹ THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. DAMONT BB
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A, Variant 2): XLLP 114 A¹ - THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side B, Variant 2): XLLP 114 B¹ THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. DAMONT BC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side C, Variant 2): XLLP 114 C¹ THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. 3 DAMONT A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side D, Variant 2): XLLP 114 D¹ THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. DAMONT B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A, Variant 3): XLLP 114 A¹ 3 THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. DAMONT A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side B, Variant 3): XLLP 114 B¹ THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. 2 DAMONT A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side C, Variant 3): XLLP 114 C¹ THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. 4 DAMONT A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side D, Variant 3): XLLP 114 D¹ THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ. 2 DA MONT A

Companies

  • Produced At – Earthbound Studios
  • Mixed At – Earthbound Studios
  • Produced At – Strongroom
  • Mixed At – Strongroom
  • Published By – EMI Virgin Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Published By – All Boys Music Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – XL Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – XL Recordings
  • Distributed By – Warner Music UK Ltd.
  • Mastered At – The Exchange
  • Pressed By – Damont

Video

Album

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Comments

Iseared Iseared
Keith dies and sellers jack up prices 2x on here. LOL
Arilak Arilak
Keith Flint - 17th September 1969 - 4th March 2019! R.I.P. You're among the musicians who helped shape my music tastes and got me into rave, hardcore and all genres of dance music! <3 <3 <3
Ffel Ffel
rip Keef. You absolute hero , legend , so many young lives changed because of you .x.
Usaxma Usaxma
f you for tanking the prices to hell day after keiths death, you deserve the worse, f resellers monetizing on death like vultures
Bys Bys
Looks like prices on Experience have trebled, there's even one guy selling for 1 million euros ffs. I gladly sold the cd single of No Good yesterday (hopefully to a fan) for the price i already had it at, 30p.
Jusari Jusari
Best album ever created, will play this until my time has come I think.
FRAY FRAY
After record 2 sides c/d message me if you have a copy.
Kare Kare
Track "3 Kilos" : Samples from "Good Livin' (Good Lovin')" by Bernard Purdie
Zeli Zeli
The greatest electronic album ever created, the soundtrack of a generation. Very strong anti criminal justice bill message.
Eigonn Eigonn
Their best album. It's not without it's flaws (many of the tracks could do with a bit of trimming length-wise) but has very few duff tracks and is very well produced.
Juce Juce
I buy this LP but when I started to identify it, I found out that the information on the matrix/runout doesn't match any of the 3 variants!.. Does anybody know what is that?
Zargelynd Zargelynd
Average album. Nothing special compared to the marvelous ''Experience'' (possible the best electronic music album ever made in humanity), or the extremely good ''Fat of the Land'' (the peak of Prodigy's sound and carear). Here the tunes are more or less repetitive, a little boring and with no style direction. Nevertheless it is still a classic infamous 90's album, marked the electronic dance music history.
Yozshugore Yozshugore
I would agree with this. Never really saw the appeal with this album not that I'm saying it's a bad album but the way people talk about it I never really got that enthusiastic personally. It's all just personal opinions but for me Experience is and will always be the one to own.
Burgas Burgas
Coming from a fan of the first 2 albums I dunno how anyone could compare this with the 1st! Both are fantastic classics with different styles etc etcBut @ the end of the day the fact people have different favorites just proves what a quality, diverse album this is surely?....Absolutely BRILLIANT imho and far from "Boring electro industrial"......
Agantrius Agantrius
This masterpiece is a compendium of electronic music. It contains all elements of genres around this time. If somebody would ask me what electronic music is all about I would recommend this album (definitely with "the narcotic suite"). Every track has its own character. Everytime I start listen from the beginning it ties me on my chair until the end and leaves myself stunned afterwards. What a great piece of electronic music history.
Iaiastta Iaiastta
Best Electronic Album in 90ties and very important Album for "the jilted Generation".UK Rollings Stones Magazin to stupid to know this.This Album is in the Top 100 all times.
Jonide Jonide
one of a kind album
Goldcrusher Goldcrusher
Best album of The Prodigy and the only one really worth having. Anyone should know the album by now - and those who don't should be ashamed of themselves - so there's no need to go over it once more. While "Full Throttle" is my favourite track on the album "Claustrophic Sting" belongs to my all-time favourites in general terms. For this relentless acid banger alone the album is worth buying!!!
Narim Narim
One of the most important albums in the history of British music.
grand star grand star
"What we dealing with here is a total lack of respect for the law..."definately one of the most innovative "in ya face" breakbeat works untill today and my personal favorite of the group. So exhausted, so energetic and just simply breathtaking! the legacy of a whole rave generation carved in argentum. Vintage and science fiction, back and forth on one album.
Rainbearer Rainbearer
Now this is one of those albums that YOU NEED TO HAVE at all cost.There was never a place in history of "electronic music" that was so revolutionary then this - especially hard to say since in 90`s was a lot going on.This album defined the group, it`s original style and created a fanbase that is holding up to this day.There is no week track in this album - everything from beginning till the end hold You up with Your ear next to the speakers with jaw dropped really low.An absolutely most-have.
Leyl Leyl
An album so good, that it doesn't have one 'defining moment'. It doesn't have one stand out track. Every track, all 79 minutes of it is a 'defining moment'. Every track, every single beat bristles with energy and innovation. So good that over 15 years after release it sounds as fresh, menacing and enjoyable as the day it was released.A defining moment in music.
Lost Python Lost Python
"so, I've decided to take my work back underground, to stop it falling into the wrong hands." Straight off into the full speed of Break and Enter, slowing for the heavy guitar rock of Their Law, speeding up again for the breakbeats of Full Throttle and the ultimate rock/dance hybrid of Voodoo People. After Speedway there's a dramatic slowdown for some ambient sounds and it's straight back into business with The Heat (The Energy). Dipping again for the hard hip-hop of Poison. The anthemic No Good (Start the dance) and One Love come straight at you at Full Throttle , with the album mellowing out for 3 Kilos and Skylined. The grand finale hits home in the shape of Claustrophic Sting, probably one of the hardest tracks ever. Thirteen tracks of hip-hop, rock, ambient, hard dance, and even some jazzy undertones (3 Kilos) are all crammed perfectly onto 79 minutes of musical genius. This release was well received and went straight into the album charts at number one, outselling the rest of the top three put together. Within three weeks it had sold over 100,000 copies, and within two months it had sold more copies than "Experience". After five months it had sold over half a million copies. Rave reviews came flooding in from all over the music community, and the long player was heralded as "Definite album of the year" by many. The Sample used in Full throttle was reversed since Liam didn't want any trouble with copyrights. The sample is taken from the motion picture Star Wars and can be heard just as Luke is about to enter the death star trench. The unscrambled version of the track can be found on the One Love single. "Biggs, Wedge, let's close it up - we're going in - we're going in full throttle that ought to keep those fighters off our back" When Liam came to the cutting room for the final phase in the album production he realized that all the tracks he had originally planned for wouldn't fit onto a CD so One Love had to be edited, The Heat [The Energy] was slightly cut and the track called 'We Eat Rhythm' was left out. We Eat Rhythm was later released on a free cassette with Select Magazine in October '94 entitled 'Select Future Tracks'. A remixed version of the track can be heard during the intro and ending credits of the video 'Electronic Punks'. This mix is often referred to as We Eat Rhythm (Jungle Mix) and was often played live in gigs around '95. In Japan a special edition of Music for the Jilted Generation was released by Avex Trax, The Prodigy's Japanese licensee. The CD album featured an extra 3" single with 3 old tracks. The album was voted the 62nd greatest of all time by Q readers in early 1998.