If you already own Archive One and Devil's Advocate then there is really nothing new here for avid fans. The only affect of the famous new mixing system seems to be the insertion of odd explosions and beeps at irregular moments in the session. The tracks tend to drag on also and the overall quality of mixing is a lot poorer from World Service and his previous live set from Fuse. The DVD features two live mixes but unfortunately since they're taken from the same tour the track selection is almost the same-Also the camera tends to stay locked onto Dave Clarke-who let's face it isn't the most interesting individual to watch at the decks. You can't help but feel that this was a good idea that was carried out poorly. The one good thing about the DVD is that it features an interview with the man himself but this is only about 10 minutes long. Having said all of that he's still a great d.j. but this is his weakest album. Great front cover though.
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