I happen to love the fact that there are lots of old school techno, rave, trance, jungle, or just plain electronica classic and old school albums that are becoming available, yet I cringe when I come across an album like this and who ever put together this comp. cant tell the difference between old school rave and old school club music, which have completely different styles. So out of thirty tracks on this Three Disc set, I would say that maybe 20 % of this is actual rave music, and most of the music that is rave, isnt very good. The dance or club athemes are all horrid, and most I had never even heard played at a club when this was supposed these tracks were recorded, so that goes to show about how good they are. There are some decent old school rave songs here such as 808 States "Cubik", Mr Kirks Nightmares "4 Hero", Altern 8's "Infiltrate 202" and even though really not classifed as Rave, at least not in the orginal mixes are Everybodys Free by Rozalla and Set you Free by N-Trance, which are decent dance tracks. The rest is just pretty much crap. Considering there are only a handful or tracks out of thrity that are worth owning, its not worth the twenty dollar price tag. Check out Classic Rave and Acid from Moonshine Records for "actual" old school rave songs that are good.