This is exactly what I was looking for. Almost no vocals, and what little there is can be treated as soundscape. This is music that drifts and evolves and segues perfectly over the course of the double album. It's ideal slow-dance music. For reference, I arrived at this via Klaus Schulze, Amon Tobin, and Distance. Of the 9 "Allstar Dubstep" albums so far, this is my second favourite (after Distance's Vol 8, for which I have a particular fondness), though it does have a rival in Youngsta's own Vol 02. My copy of Vol 04 arrived last week, and I estimate I've already played it through, on repeat, about thirty times. I love it! (Dunno about the customers in my game store, though, who have to put up with listening to whatever I am playing. One English guy - we're in West Texas - commented that this was the sort of rubbish his nephew listened to. The nephew, apparently, is the family's repository of good taste.) If you are into dubstep, but not rap or abrasive drum-machine techno, this album will knock your socks off.