Already owning most of the best tunes on this album, I hesitated for quite some time before buying this, despite being a big fan of Cut La Roc. When I eventually gave in and bought a copy, however, I was slightly dissapointed. The mix is technically good enough, but having seen Cut La Roc live, and knowing him to be a more than adequate DJ, with an ear for a tune and an admirable defiance when it comes to allowing himself to be categorised, I was sorry to see that little of his live vibe was present on the album. True, his eclectic taste in music is brilliantly refreshing, but this CD would still be just as great if this album was presented as an unmixed compilation. There is little blending of tracks, and Cut La Roc seemed uncreative with what he did with the records. Cut La Roc is fantastic live, and I've had some truly excellent nights on dancefloors he's been presiding over, but there was none of the inspiration present on this recording. As an album, however, I would still heartily recommend it to anyone looking for an alternative to the dance music present on at least British commercial television and radio, and the music sounds just as great in a car or on a home stereo as it does on the dance floor, and I hasten to stress that the choice of tunes still make it stand out from most other compilations available, but, (maybe due to the production) as a mix album, from Cut La Roc especially, I was expecting more.