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This review is from: One-Offs Remixes And B Sides (Audio CD)
Fantastic compilation, well structured to navigate around all aspects of the Quantic panoply without lurching between styles. There are some really funky tracks, some verging upon latin music, some techno-tinged and, of course, a good helping of Afrobeat influences but, being Quantic, these genres are frequently traversed and seamlessly merged. Is there anything that this guy can't put his hand to? Many of the 27 tracks on this bumper value album stand up to anything from his other output, it's not just a money-spinning collection of outtakes.
If you don't own any Quantic then I'd recommend that you check out "The 5th Exotic" first. If you like that then this offering will probably hit the target for you! If you like funk and soul too (as Matt Holland obviously does) then check out the work he's done as Quantic Soul Orchestra.