This album is a good example for boring pseudo-avantgarde music. In the '70s, Can were a highly experimental band and always two steps ahead of contemporary rock music. This remix collection, unfortunately, is three steps behind the work of contemporary techno artists like Aphex Twin, Autechre, and Photek. Despite of the participation of well-known techno-heads like The Orb, System 7, and Westbam, it's unbelievable how formulaic and uninspired the release mostly is. Best efforts here are Brian Eno's funny version of "Pnoom", "Oh yeah" with its uptempo acid house rhythm, Carl Craig's atmospheric mix of "Future days", and 3P's more pop-oriented "Yoo doo right" with some soulful vocals. You can forget the rest, which is made of standardized techno beats, lame ambient soundscapes, and lots of senseless noise loops. Absolutely dull electronic music, masquerading as something important and futuristic. If you're looking for a compilation featuring the original versions, check out "Anthology" and "Cannibalism I-III".