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After hearing Zane Lowe's masterpieces in Radio 1, I've dug out Music for the Jilted Generation by the Prodigy. I've had the album almost 14 years but after hearing the show I've realised it is without a doubt one of the finest dance albums ever made. I think I will one day be sat in a rocking chair telling my Grandkids about it. Awesome.

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After hearing Zane Lowe's masterpieces in Radio 1, I've dug out Music for the Jilted Generation by the Prodigy. I've had the album almost 14 years but after hearing the show I've realised it is without a doubt one of the finest dance albums ever made. I think I will one day be sat in a rocking chair telling my Grandkids about it. Awesome.

It is excellent. I saw them at the Marquee just before it came out - they played all the tunes from it.

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After hearing Zane Lowe's masterpieces in Radio 1, I've dug out Music for the Jilted Generation by the Prodigy. I've had the album almost 14 years but after hearing the show I've realised it is without a doubt one of the finest dance albums ever made. I think I will one day be sat in a rocking chair telling my Grandkids about it. Awesome.

Fantastic album, and for reasons I don't quite understand it's become my go-to album when I'm on cooking duty.

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I've been going through a bit of a NWOBHM phase these past few days...

Diamond Head (Lightning to the Nations playing at the mo)

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Samson (I wish I was the Saddle of a Schoolgirl's Bike"

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Iron Maiden (back in my good books)

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Saxon (Bring back the Biff - still going strong)

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Money (Brum's finest and hugely underrated)

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Jameson Raid Brum's #2)

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Tygers of Pan Tang (Cox Rocks!)

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Also, a bit of La H

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I can remember seeing Diamond Head at Donnington, they only did two songs after people started throwing plastic bottles at them. Tommy Vance came on to try and calm the ###### up crowed down when somebody threw an apple and it smacked him right in the mouth. He threw his mike to the floor and stormed off never to be seen again. I was only 13 and me and my mate thought it was brilliant. It got even better when the toilets were set on fire.

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Oh God, days to go 'til Christmas, and that X Factor bint's karaoke 'Hollerlujah' is already boiling my p!ss. :angry2:

"We are easily breakable, by illness or falling, or a million other ways of leaving this earthly life. We are just so much mashed potato."  Don Estelle

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