Just the 24 tracks then - pretty good value with names such as The Herbaliser, Aim and Tranquility Bass included. As you'd expect it's mostly a laid back collection of slow burning hip hop, not always holding the attention but filling the after hours slot with ease.
After the opening credits from Gabor Szabo, it's well worth listening to the confrontational vocals of 'Religion 1' from Public Image Ltd, the chilled out splendour of Tommy Hools' 'Barcelone', the string led 'Fall Break' from the ever excellent Aim and Heavy Manners' take on the Underwolves track 'So Blue it's Black'. A note, too, for the gurgling bass sound opening Kraze 1 & Aniis Le Neve's 'Lilly Hall', and the feel good track of the mix in 'Street Preacher' - all chirpy brass chords from the Troublemakers. Kid Loco's own 'Paralysed' has strong elements of Serge Gainsbourg, and might be a bit cheesy for some listeners, but the inclusion of Patrick Moore reading Nick Walker's 'Peepshow' is a great idea - perfect accompaniment for the Sky at Night, if you get my drift.