I agree that music for the jilted generation was very new and fresh .But so was f.o.t.l , I mean what other album by what other artist would you have the pounding beats on smack my bitch up, the dirty beats with a hip hop twist on diesel power, the indie influance of crispan mills on narayan , and the punky fuel my fire and serial thrilla !
Liam aslo admits "when i listen to our old records there are certain elements i still like,i can`t see why they worked but i would never write them again.Take No Good (Start The Dance)
its not a cool sound, it was back then,it was part of that scene,but you need to move on.And i was never happy with the second album jilted. Everyone made a big thing about that record but i was never fully happy . I liked certain songs, maybe six,perhaps,but the rest were not right.The ground breaking tracks were Poison,Voodoo,Break And Enter and their law.Only fourground breaking tunes on that album (liam howlett).