BMG's Ultra Dance '90s favors the early half of the decade over the latter and holds a rather random sampling of popular dance hits. More significantly, it doesn't appear as if a great deal of thought was put into the selection process. As a result, it's by no means a fair documentation of '90s dance-pop at its finest. What's more, there are only 11 tracks included, wasting a good deal of space on the disc. Highlights include Black Box's "Everybody Everybody," Deborah Cox's "Who Do You Love," La Bouche's "Be My Lover," Ace of Base's "Beautiful Life," and SWV's "You're the One."
AllMusic Review by Andy Kellman