UK techno god Luke Slater's first mix CD in his 10-year career makes up for lost time by delivering a two-CD set of 44 songs. Disc one is techno, hard and fast, with plenty of Ben Sims, Jeff Mills and Slater's own productions. The pounding gets to be a bit much, but the mixing is creative and the track selection is consistently good. Things become more interesting on the second disc as he slows down the tempo and gets seriously weird and funky. He does a better job here of selling techno as music that can be sexy and intelligent while moving through a wider variety of moods and colours, and even touching on some electro and acid house.