The Prodigy's first LP, Experience, hit shelves on XL in the center of the rave scene that spawned the label. It was a triumph, with singles such as "Charly," "Out Of Space" and "Everybody In The Place" beginning to trouble the mainstream. But the group's second effort was a more driven, aggressive beast.
Music For The Jilted Generation railed against the corporate mutation of the rave movement. It turned the scene on its head, and became XL Record's first mega-hit.