Gauging by its fondness for chemical beats and the avoidance of house truisms, All I Got is an unexpectedly strong debut of party-escalating Munich trance. You'll hear Armin Van Buuren, the theme from Terminator 2, and Led Zeppelin in "Flashback" or 1996's "Prosac," the latter of which would be more prog than ELO with a Ministry of Sound contract if it wasn't off-center and upsetting. There are so many incompatible elements that you're not totally disappointed that it ultimately doesn't all fit together. The fact that there's a track that starts with German television channel-surfing before it leaps into a nonsensical electro-boogie, like Underworld tackling "MMMBop," automatically qualifies this as one of 2001's few trance DJ artist albums worthy of a release.
AllMusic Review by Dean Carlson