With its annual Best of House series, the Robbins label consistently puts together a batch of marginal (at best), semitimely singles from the progressive house world. Labeling the majority of these tracks "the best of house" is a very dicey move; if this is the best of house, then house might as well be considered dead. Despite this, some of the tracks in the series have had moderate success on the dancefloors of trendy (albeit out-of-it) clubs. The second volume, released in 2002, features iio's "Rapture (Tastes So Sweet)," Voodoo & Serrano's "Blood Is Pumpin'," Superchumbo's "The Revolution," Azzido da Bass' "Dooms Night (Revisited)," and Silent Nick's "Palladio."
Best of House, Vol. 2 [Robbins] Review
by Andy Kellman
|7||Voodoo & Serano||03:27||Amazon|
|9||Superchumbo / Victoria Wilson-James||08:14||Amazon|
|10||Aquagen / Warp Brothers||04:01||Amazon|
||Katie Skate / Laut Sprecher||03:39||Amazon|
|13||Azzido Da Bass||03:36||Amazon|