Big Beat comeback

Chris Randall posted this video on his blog with a description of Big Beat and the acts that popularised this style of EDM in the late '90s. It struck me as being the sorta track I'd more likely call Electronica, as it has less of a focus on samples from (sometimes cheese-y) sources that characterised the Big Beat tracks of Fatboy Slim, Bentley Rhythm Ace and The Propellerheads.

Not to look like a pedant because it seems the use of the term Big Beat varies depending on which side of the Atlantic you reside on:
Big beat later gained popularity and commercial success in the American market, largely due to the "rock-like" qualities and influences cited in the work of The Chemical Brothers and The Prodigy, who were featuring loud and heavy guitar sounds more and more in their material at the time.

One of my favourite sources of Big Beat was the Dope On Plastic compilations, which started in 1994 and successfully picked a number of tracks that went on to find popularity like Blueboy's 'Remember Me', DJ Kool's 'Let Me Clear My Throat' and 'B-Boy Stance' (featuring Tenor Fly) by The Freestylers.

Found this beaut mix of Plastic tracks while googling: