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"Music for the Jilted Generation" is a milestone in techno music. "The Fat of the Land" is not a bad album.
Someone here before made a good point about the previous 3 albums having catchy tracks, while this CD isn't very catchy at all.
I mean, this sounds like a track that could have come out on Garbage's 2.0) ANyways, buy this album, it's that good!
Great album, seemed different for what i am typical used to from these guys, but they nailed it as they always seem to.Published 10 months ago by Brandon Dunham
I am not unlike many others who were quite wowed by this band's earlier works, particularly The Fat of the Land, which was full of really great songs. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mistress Eva
Yes, it has it's moments and is a little repetitive but I still love it! Furthermore I don't really give a crap what everybody else thinks. Nothing but love for my fav UK group! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Marvel
For any fans thinking of buying this album, a strong word of caution: It is not Fat of the Land Part 2, and it doesn't really take the band to the next level, as the previous two... Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by Bee Thousand
I'll be honest, i didnt like this ablum when first came out and now, years later, with the Prodigy dropping a new album at end of 2012..I went back to AONO. Read morePublished on February 27, 2012 by Jared P. Harrison
As a huge fan of The Prodigy, I must say I was disappointed with this one. And no, it's not simply because Maxim and Keith aren't on the record. Read morePublished on September 10, 2011 by Eric D
Basically, this is Liam's reinvention of Prodigy, a band whose roots started in old school techno (back when it was just called techno) and ventured into the big beat craze of the... Read morePublished on March 25, 2011 by Dennis G. Kulwiec