Addicted to Bass 2010 is another entry in the annual series of Ministry of Sound compilations mixed by the Wideboys. It features a range of bass-heavy contemporary dance music styles (electro, drum'n'bass, dubstep, fidget, garage, bassline, urban) and some of the biggest names in the U.K. dance scene circa 2010. The first disc is oriented toward recent club hits, many of them produced in an electro style. It gets off to a great start with Steve Aoki's "I'm in the House," Example's "Won't Go Quietly," and Sidney Samson's "Riverside (Let's Go)." Other highlights of the first disc include tracks by Deadmau5, Crookers, and Laidback Luke. The second disc is primarily oriented toward drum'n'bass and dubstep. Consequently there are fewer club hits, but for fans of drum'n'bass and dubsep, there are lots of big-name producers, including Sub Focus, Chase & Status, Adam F, Dillinja, Joker, and Joy Orbison. Many of the best tracks on this disc are remixes, including new takes on Dizzee Rascal, the Prodigy, MJ Cole, and Simian Mobile Disco. The third disc is primarily oriented toward garage and urban. There aren't many club hits here either, but once again, there are lots of big names that should delight fans of garage and urban, including Chipmunk, Ms. Dynamite, Wiley, H "Two" O, Kano, Vandalism, and Agent X. There's a bit of something for anyone who likes bass-heavy dance music on Addicted to Bass 2010, which should please anyone who enjoyed the past couple volumes, which proved highly popular and made the Wideboys something of a household name in the United Kingdom.