Divided into the club's most successful residencies, XX Twenty Years celebrates two decades since London's massive club Ministry of Sound opened their doors. The four discs are divided into Rulin (pumping '90s house with highlights coming from Ultra Naté, New Order, Inner City, and Basement Jaxx) Smoove (U.S.-flavored house with the Nightcrawlers, Roy Davis, Jr., and plenty of sweaty Armand Van Helden remixes), Trance Nation (hi-octane and spacey with Paul van Dyk, System F, Darude, and Chicane), and Chilled House (blissful after-party stuff with Groove Armada, the Avalanches, Röyksopp, and the Beloved). All discs are seamlessly mixed for that "at MOS" experience and the amount of hits is massive with the whole set easily falling into the all-killer
o-filler category. Only thing to worry about is if you already have it all, but you probably couldn't mix it this well, so throw this on at your next genre-spanning dance party and let a floor-filling institution take over.