The latest in the Café del Mar series -- spawned from the 20-year-old Ibiza club offering stunning views of Mediterranean sunsets -- is as easygoing as it is hip. Partiers might flock to Ibiza to rave all night, with the help of booming beats and energy-enhancing substances, but the millions who've made this CD series a success are looking for something more serene. Answering their calls, Vol. 8, compiled by Luke Neville and Ben Cherrill, begins with Goldfrapp's billowy "Utopia," which allows her sirenlike coos to float atop harpsichord plinks and luscious strings. Subsequent tracks add gentle beats to the mix, building an appropriately cool, cautiously body-moving chill-out vibe -- among them Lux's burbling "100 Billion Stars," the groovy, lite-house of Mark de Clive-Lowe's "Day by Day," and Illumination's spacious, dancefloor-ready "Cookie Raver." For many, however, the key track will be "Worthless" from alt diva-cum-pop star Dido. With its programmed beats and subdued mood, the song -- only available here -- offers a stunning showcase for Dido's passion-filled vocals. Those looking for a soothing, tastefully assembled collection to enhance their winding-down hours should explore the entire Café del Mar series, but this Summer 2001 installment, which ably transports Mediterranean sunshine around the globe, is an excellent place to start.