It’s all what it says on the cover. Light hearted disco house for home dancing pleasures. Or when my soul needs some easy to digest pop fun but I still want quality music.
This has been sitting on my Play Later list for quite a while because I needed to relisten it a few times. There are too many tracks to absorb at once and the selection is just all over the place, meaning there are so many things to notice and bands to look up that it needs some attention. As for the ridiculusly (and wonderfully) wide range of genres I just quote the official notes: “from ye ye garage beat over to blues trash cajun to string arrangement funeral music over to Chicago boogie blues to psychadelic garage blues then way down to outlaw country… and much much more” – so yeah, there’s a lot. Anyway, it’s awesome. Both the variety and the tunes, too.
As much as I like Compost there’s nothing groundbreaking on this compilation. It’s nothing like the Ninja Tune XX collection. Still, it’s a 5 hours long great selection of stuff for the background that doesn’t need one skip button.
Everything and anything you could possibly hear at a psychedelic rock festival. From experimental electronics through hippy dance to of course serious psychedelic rock shit. This is dope.
This is the best compilation album I have heard in quite a while. Didn’t know any of the artists and now have albums queued from all of them. This is a gold mine.