Despite the self-promotional hype that's all over the sleeve and jacket of this record about how this is the "beginning of the Irish dance scene" and "dance is the new religion" and all that, this is a pretty fierce collection of tracks that covers the electronica gamut. There are 21 tracks here, many of them massive hits, including the Propellerheads' "Spybreak!," Basement Jaxx's "Jump 'n Shout," Paul Van Dyk's "Avenue," the Chemical Brothers' "Out of Control," Sasha's "Belfunk," Primal Scream's "Swastika Eyes," Fatboy Slim's "Everybody Loves a Carnival," and many other somewhat obscure tracks. But the deal is, this would only really be a big deal in Ireland. Why? Because the rest of the Western world has had these tracks available on 12'' or on comps for years. It's true, put together they make for a slamming 75 minutes, but that said -- even with the Orb and David Holmes and Underworld -- the sum total is a decent party record and not the beginning of another universe. This is cool, except for the package, which makes you want to throw the entire thing in the garbage.