This is why I like the Amazon MP3 store - 57 unmixed tracks and 3 mixes for £8, you really can't ask for more, and there's some real classics from UK Garage's vaults, this is a must-have! Thankfully there's no commercial stuff like Rewind by Artful Dodger, but the more underground Whatya Gonna Do, which featured Craig David, there's also the excellent mix by Armand Van Helden for CJ Bolland's classic, Sugar Is Sweater which is pretty good in itself, as the CD single costs a fortune. Other greats which I always enjoy include Y-Tribe's R&B tinged Enough is Enough; Colour Girl's rather emotional Joyrider; Double 99's bass ridden RIP Groove and many many more.
This has to be the best compilation by Ministry of Sound in ages, you actually get the full mix rather than radio edits and it's all there unmixed, so if you're an MP3 DJ you can put them into your software and re-do the mix EZ did. This is quite good fun for the practice.
Some tracks I didn't really like were the more commercial tracks, like So Solid Crew and the tracks by Control S as I felt they were rather samey and didn't really add much to the compilation.
The 3 mixes are not bad, but EZ insists on mixing them in for long periods of time, where as a DJ would go for 16 bars, he's going for like 32, and it doesn't sound good due to the sound clashes. The mixes are good, but he insists on using the spinback too much and it's not that cool after a few - otherwise he makes good use of the tracks available.
This is well worth a go, but be warned about 4 tracks didn't work, and Amazon have had to get back to me on when they will be fixed :(