Collection check: Who still has their CDs from the early '90s British invasion that included knob-twiddlers such as the Soup Dragons, Black Grape, Pop Will Eat Itself, Ned's Atomic Dustbin and Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine? If that's you, Jesus Jones is somewhere in your stacks, probably represented by "Right Here, Right Now," one of the few hits of the "Hey, you got ecstatic techno in my rock music!" era. With its biggest and best albums, Doubt and Perverse, Jesus Jones paved the way for later programming/big guitar geniuses such as the Prodigy and Aphex Twin, both of whom returned the favor by remixing Jesus Jones songs for its recent greatest-hits package. Jesus Jones came back last year with "London," an album filled with slinky glam melodies and programmed beats. It's hard to say how a band that once deliriously sang Watching the world wake up from history feels about being part of history, but it's good to see the group is still alive.