We're rocking in Rimini on opening cut "Bluff Dance", a muscular Italo pumper which speeds through the night with the guttural thrust of a Lambo Countach. The relentless bass sequence plays off interlocking leadlines and off beat synth stabs before spinning out into an ectoplasmic eruption of neon and LSD. If you play it loud enough, you'll probably summon Il Bosco. If that energetic shizzle has you in need of a breather, look no further than the A2 and "Nightingale", a supremely Balearic bit of early hours exotica which harnesses the future primitive power of 84 Laurie Anderson or Art Of Noise for the ultimate New Age dancefloor delight.
Flip it and don your Drexciyan wetsuit for the wavejumping sounds of "Paraiso", the mechanical electro anthem for those blue people in Avatar and the dubby tribal roller "Wokota", a shamanic jam for the froglickers of the world.