Personally, I think this one's a bit special. On the first listen, a half dozen tracks from the two CDs popped out and swore eternal love. On the second and subsequent listens, more tracks jumped up and begged to be taken home so they could give the sub a damn good tummy rub. If you have Steve Reich Remixed (another set of works I recommend), or enjoy the funkier knob-twidding end of dubstep, or are looking for music that beguiles, leads you on, trips you up and entrances you, this is a safe buy. I also think there's a lot of love in this double CD - the mostly western-based musicians for their African colleagues' music, and for music full stop. There's a playfulness and a willingness to take risks, and almost all of it pays off. In fact none of it is dud. I've had it on high rotation for a fortnight, and I'm still discovering new things to like, and nothing to dislike. There's darkness and light, grit and grind, joyful distortion and a real humanity. It's minimalist but rich, soothing and unsettling - a beautiful diverse palate of musical expression. Enjoy.