Picked this up on a recent electronica expedition at Rasputin's and it was the last one I grabbed. It's an amazing layering of sounds that picks up right where Night Works, their previous release leaves off. Disc 1 is a bit more experimental, and does have some tracks with some vox on them, 'Special Place' has a killer funky intro and blends into some rap, 'Rock the Record' the next track, has some repititious vocals, and 'Jam on It' the track after that, is mostly pretty funny with some bizarre sped up vocals that sounds like MC Pokemon or some shenanigans, but when it hits, disc 1 is amazing. Orbital's "Funny Break" is typical Orbital, simply outstanding. Western Root's Scorpio Swift is a highpoint of disc 1, and lays down an incredibly smooth vibe.
Disc 2 is the gold in this set though, similar to Disc 1 of Tosca's Dehli9 release - it's the one to listen to. Disc 2 is almost all music, and surrounds you with a stunning layering of sound that is finding itself in reavy rotation in my car and at work. James Banitez' "Starchaser" is inspiring, and is a highpoint. The whole second disc though never lets up and Layo and Bushwacka! definitely showcase their skill with this set.
4/5 starts from me. Disc 1 is a bit more experimental, and hell *I* love it, but it is a bit uneven as a chill/techno/house CD as it showcases so many styles. Disc 2 is phenomenal, and I love it as much as my Sasha CD's, which is saying something as Sasha is the MAN.