How The Prodigy’s ‘Music For The Jilted Generation’ turned rave outsiders into defiant festival headliners

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