This is definitely one of my favourite GU CDs, as it strikes a great balance (for the most part) between dark, hard edged beats, and listenability. CD1 starts off fantastically with the incredibly dark and brooding 'Numb' by Stephane K, which sets the tone for the rest of the set. Its all very dark, yet danceable (unlike some of Digweed's sets) and builds up brilliantly, highlights being his own remix of Kosheen's hungry, and the lemon8 mix of 'Burden', which has to be one of the best progressive tunes I have heard in a very long time. CD2 starts a bit more uplifting, then decends into tribal madness. Satoshie even throws in a bit of breakbeat, with the great 'visible noise' by Hybrid. The set then finishes with some nice upbeat numbers. Standout tracks on Cd2 are 'a lesser man' by Graffik, and 'chilling moments' by Shmuel flash. Overall, I would say that CD1 is definitely better than the second, as it works better as a set, and builds up with a nicer pace. The album misses out on 5 stars because I feel that some of the tracks are just too hard to work on a mix CD, particularly 'You gotta believe' by FRD, which is quite frankly appalling, unless you're in a club at 3am on some kind of mind altering substance, and has me reaching for the skip button every time. Despite these shortcomings, this is essential for any Prog house fan, and is GU's best release for a long time.