This is quite simply the best collection of dance music ever assembled.
I use the word "dance" because MAW cross every boundary - house, funk, disco, latin, hip-hop, soul, jazz - and most of the tracks on this album include all of the above.
In a day and age where we are constantly subjected to "UK garage" - rotten, soulless pap - it is heartwarming to know that MAW are still doing it after 10 years. The USA may produce the worst rock music in the world (Bon Jovi etc) but with MAW flying the Stars 'n' Stripes they are light years ahead of us in terms of dance. It is criminal that they have never really achieved commercial success in this country - as this collection will show - although maybe that is the best way. I don't think I could take seeing four boy racers in a souped-up Xr2 with a boombastic stereo, blasting out "To Be In Love". Maybe it's best kept for the people who know what it's about. Put it this way - MAW are The Beatles whilst DJ Luck and MC Neat are Keith Harris and Orville.
Here's to the next 10 years of Masters at Work - the finest dance act in the world. If you don't buy this you really are missing out on something very, very important indeed.