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Boomkat Product Review:
Belgian dancefloor institution FUSE celebrates 15 years of boshing with an extensive 3-Disc set housed in typically garish packaging that unfortuantely reminds us of one of those Ibiza party comps from Ministry of Sound. But we can't hold that against them as this contains some real quality gear with a handful of exclusives that are really worth your time. There's no arguing with CD1's listing of Link's heartmelting 'Amenity', Larry Heard's recent but all-too-rare killer 'The Sun Can't Compare', E-dancer's 'World Of Deep', Octave One's 'Blackwater' or Audion's 'Mouth To Mouth'. CD2 mixes the old with the new again including two Berlin classics; Quadrant's 'Infinition' and Maurizio's 'M-4', besides Villalobos' 'H.E.I.K.E', Plastikman's 'Panikattack' and Rob Hood's 'Minus', while the third disc plucks rarities from the FUSE vault with er... Fila Brazilia's 'Slacker', and more from M83, Michael Mayer, Thomas Brinkmann and King Britt.