The third in the then-groundbreaking JDJ series, this was rushed out and I think it shows. The mixing is a bit dodgey and the tunes, while quite decent, look like they've just been picked out of a record crate willy-nilly. Danny Rampling himself has said he would have liked to have mixed this again to make it smoother, however due to time constraints it would have been another 3 months before it would have been released. This cd is a bit more housier then the other JDJ cds being released at the time with classics such as Alison Limerick's Where Love Lives, Brighter Day by Cajmere (Green Velvet in house mode), 2 Fat Guitars by Direckt, Acperience by Hardfloor and Plastic Dreams by Jaydee being some of the standouts. I also feel this one hasn't aged as well as some of the others. I'd probably usually only give this one 3 stars except for the fact it was one of my first mix cd's and brings back a lot of memories (Amber Groove by SAS still gives me goosebumps).