Nick Warren, acid house pioneer and Way Out West
stalwart, proved long ago he knows how to have a party. So when he decided to take his record box to Brazil, home of the biggest Carnival in the World, the result was hardly surprising. The first CD of this double album makes immediate ripples, plunging into the icy melodies of Locusts' "No One in the World" before submerging itself completely in the liquid trance of Origin's "Tidle Protaxis". Less riotous is the start of the second disc: a diverse range of house and breakbeat shrewdly woven into a swirl of sweeping techno and leftfield madness including Energy 52's superb "Café Del Mar". Impeccable, both technically and creatively, 008 Brazil
will only serve to further Nick Warren's unblemished reputation. --George Lees
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