This successor to the first album to bear such a title is another collection of cool clubland sounds. It wanders from the calm and collected such as Calling Me to the more euphoric and energetic as demonstrated by tracks such as Night Vision and Life Is A Beat. And then there are tracks that wander between the two, Me Gusta starting in a laid back place before kicking things wide open and roaring across the dance floor.

This is music aimed at the Mediterranean clubland cool kids, titles such as Daydreaming in Ibiza and Noches En Majorca tell you everything that you need to know about the inspiration and intention behind it. But if you are looking for music that reminds you of long hot summers and packed dance floors, of fun and escapism, and which is the perfect soundtrack to times past, present or yet to come, then look no further.

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