8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 9 November 2002
They're all here, Forgemasters, LFO, Sweet Exorcist and of course Coco Steel and Lovebomb. Bleepy and funky, vocal-less tunes of the time, they're great floor fillers, especially the last. Timeless and very listenable, I have several of these tracks on vinyl anyway, so it's nice to have the convenience of CD.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 9 November 2010
The tracks on here are early nineties techno/rave from the best label of the genre/era. Theres no competition so easily available to buy. You could spend months and lots of lovely lolly trying to do better and still end up with a load of hiss pop and crackle. Seriously though this is the stuff that got me into Acid house techno rave on the dancefloor. Madchester comes close with the stone roses happy mondays inspiral carpets and followers but that was best left at home come the weekend the best thing to do was hit the floor with your funky dance routine whistle posse in effect reach for the lazers and never come down I'm still recovering from the Nightmares on Wax. House music all night long house music all night long only for the headstrong.