How did we get here from there - that musical journey we so easily acquiesce? Well, Peacefrog Records nicely documented this evolution of the nineties last year on their wonderful, magnanimous 10.100 various artist compilation. Celebrating 10 years of top-notch techno funk, deep house, and ambient-trance, they released what could arguably be the best collection of creative panache to date, exposing the roots of Detroit techno and Chicago house. Too those lucky few who perchance snagged a copy of this double disk wunderkind, the critical acclaim was unanimous. So how do you follow up such a toss down from celestial Olympic heights? You come back with volume two of the 10.100 series aptly titled 10.100.02. Even more elusive and rare than the original, scramble and scrounge your gold, silver, and coppers to ante up should you be so fortunate one comes your way. And what mysteries doth this disc hold? Listen up friends and foes, the sound detectives raided the vaults and have issued the following partial list: Theo Parrish - Sky Walking, DBX (with Maurizio) - City On The Edge Of Forever, Luke Slater - The Secret Garden, Maxwell House - Alumlantarah, Apogee - Inside Out, Glenn Underground - Keep The Hidden Treasures, Shake - Sonar 123, John Beltran - Ten Days Of Blue, and Gemini - Freefall. Most of these cuts haven't seen the light of day for sometime except on some obscure 12" vinyl pressing long since passed. What becomes obvious after a few rounds is that block-by-block, spin-by-spin, the foundation of Peacefrog Records is built on selective quality and integrity. A fast track map of these jewels does not exist. 10.100.02 is for head nodders with a discerning ear. To those willing to fly high and lay low, there's plenty of pie in the sky and lazy couch potato just ahead; the rewards are in the kickback, grooving, floor polishing, and stargazing. Music of this quality is sublime and scintillating, with 10.100 and 10.100.02 providing the bookends of sonic bliss - worlds in collision.