The Nunez mix is the best of his I can remember, with a full and pumping drum sound throughout. Offering underground alternatives to well established cuts from Thick Dick and Cassius (with choir!), Nunez complements these with uplifting stuff from E-Funk and Piliavin & Zimbardo - 'Voodoo Juice', anyone?
Who Da Funk go more tribal, with Oscar G's stompathon 'Dark Beat', Kobbe& Fabb X's 'Abyss (in a deep Morillo dub) and the excellent Rambo's 'Turn It Up', finishing with a curious cover of De Peche Mode's 'Personal Jesus' - innovative but not entirely effective.
Overall though this is top-drawer house music from the Subliminal stable, ideal for a rousing start to the night or if the party carries on after hours. It's an illustration of why Morillo's label is now one of the USA's premier dance imprints.