on 17 January 2010
A nicely mixed set of CDs (Number Two is my favourite), which splices the likes of Passion Pit and MGMT with heavyweights such as Tiesto. NME favourite Calvin Harris makes a bassy appearance while the third CD ends with a version of Mr Brightside that is a little incongruous with the rest of the album.
It's good background music, good driving music but don't expect to turn your bedroom into Turnmills!
on 20 February 2010
I must be missing something here, but this is a great mix of upfront & pop house, with no electro in sight (earshot). Maybe I`m being too old-school but Electro isn`t just using funky analogue synth sounds & drum machines, it has to have the classic Kraftwerk Numbers beats funked up in the mix. Cream Future Electro is great Future House (especially Deadmau5) and Nu-Electro (Street Sounds) is great Future Electro. 5/5 for cover design though (top inside discs)
on 18 January 2010
A good allround album!
CD1 seems to be most of the new tunes around at the moment with most of the big names on Including Deadmau5, Tiesto, Paul van dyk, Wolfgang gartner.
CD2 is a bit of a minimal affair, which isnt to my taste too much but i still enjoy it.
CD3 is the filthiest of the lot with lots of rippling and edgy synths. Not the dirtiest electro ever but some good filthy tunes kicking around on it. My favourite of the lot.
Over all thouroughly reccomended.
on 21 August 2010
Excellent tracks, great mixes, uplifting tunes which have me near-dancing on my way to work - great way to start the day :o)
Perfect for cardio workouts at the gym as the tracks build brilliantly and are a really good length and before you know it you've done half an hour.
Such good value. Overall beats the pants off some Ministry CDs I've bought. Get this album!