Many compilation series dwindle in impact as the tracks get harder to find and comps just get rehashed and mass produced... This 3rd in the series by Joey Negro is the polar opposite of mass produced offerings and quite simply stunning in its quality and rarity of music. If there had only been 10 tracks on here I would have still bought it and I've been collecting records for thirty years and some of the tracks on here I've never laid eyes on... The Board of Directors 'Hanging Tough' is worth the cover price alone let alone gospel-disco gems like "No Cross No Crown" , "Looking Ahead" by Park Avenue and "Goin up in Smoke" by Larry Hart.... the album is packed with hard-to-find and never released before (never got to press for some reason) underground disco gems from one-off groups and independent labels, especially selected for their orchestrated productions, chunky baselines, groovy guitars, instrumental breaks and I would say what stands out on this particular comp, the quality of the production and vocals on all the tracks.... This is quite simply the best Disco comp I've ever bought.