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Music For The Jilted Generation

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Released on 4th July 1994, The Prodigy's second album reintroduced the Braintree outfit as a defiant voice against authority. Whether you interpret it as a rallying call against the anti-rave Criminal Justice Bill, or against issues within the rave scene itself, ‘Music For The Jilted Generation’ set the group on their own iconoclastic path, and made festival headliners out of them in the process

This article was originally published in September 2018. The rope bridge spans a wide ravine that fades into darkness as it drops. On one side...

The legacy lives on...

A road sign in Essex was spray prainted yesterday in honour of The Prodigy's album, 'Music For The Jilted Generation'.

In a video posted by...

Straight outta Braintree, Essex, we chart a few highlights from the awe-inspiring history of a true UK rave phenomenon...

The Prodigy— AKA Keith Flint, Liam Howlett and Maxim— need no introduction.

From courting controversy through music videos and associations with the anti-establishment origins of...