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3 Kilos - The Prodigy - Music For The Jilted Generation

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  1. A revolution within a revolution, Music for the Jilted Generation kicked rave culture's smiley face upside down. While the British government cracked down on the anarchic party scene, The Prodigy doubled down on the chaos, speeding up hardcore's pummeling breakbeats and pianos and adding heavy-metal guitars to acid squelch.
  2. Music for the Jilted Generation is the second studio album by English electronic music group The country.kelelacemetgogore.infoinfo was first released in July by XL Recordings in the United Kingdom and by Mute Records in the United States. Just as on the group’s debut album Experience (), Maxim Reality was the only member of the band's lineup—besides Liam Howlett—to contribute to the country.kelelacemetgogore.infoinfo: Techno, breakbeat hardcore, hardcore .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Music For The Jilted Generation on Discogs/5(20).
  4. Music for the Jilted Generation has a less flashy sound when compared to the follow-up Fat of the Land, but there are still inklings of Fat in these songs. Much like the first album Experience, this is basically a Liam Howlett solo effort, as the only other Prodigy member from Fat is Maxim Reality (he appears on the track "Poison" with vocals)/5(88).
  5. Music for the Jilted Generation is the second studio album by The Prodigy. The album was released through XL Recordings in July The album was released through XL Recordings in July The album was re-released in as More Music for the Jilted Generation, .
  6. Watch the video for 3 Kilos from The Prodigy's Music for the Jilted Generation for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. The Prodigy's Maxim's 3rd solo album “Love More” will be released in Japan on December 4th. Music For The Jilted Generation (4th July , 2 x 12” LP XL-Recordings XLLP ) 3 Kilos Skylined Claustrophobic Sting.
  8. May 21,  · 90's Prodigy is the best Prodigy and still sounds good and modern on a decent sound system today. I'm in my 20's and 2 years ago I showed this album to a fellow Millennial and they called it "shit". My generation wouldn't know what good music was if it ran over them with a Mack Truck. Anyhow, I'd give this album a 6 if I could/5(K).

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