I'm a big fan of electronica in all its myriad incarnations and this album, without a doubt, is at the top of my pile. Most records by Gasman are actually. He's an unknown, which is a shame, because he does his one thing very very well.
He loops and reloops and cuts off half-way and contorts his very synthy melodies and splices them with different mid and bass-range melodies, creating a beautiful time-signature-out-the-window counterpoint harmony and then to let you at it doses each track up on the same looped breakbeats and techno beats. It never gets stale, across all the records he's put out.
The Love Collection is his most consistently exciting album. Some of the others pause for a bit of relief with Rephlex-style ambient bubbling inbetween, but in the Love Collection he doesn't let up. There's some detroit numbers in the middle and a crazy vocal track near the end, but inbetween just the most amazingly ambient experimental breakbeat.
If you want some similar drum n' bass albums I recommend U-Ziq's 'Bilious Paths', which has a lot more of a bass punch than this but is not necessarily as fun, or 'Go Plastic' by Squarepusher which has a lot less melody but more funked-up breaks. Something a little more restrained but devilish in it's own way could be Magnetic's 'Fast Life'.
Anyway, Gasman totally rules.