Review: Back in the day, Crispin J Glover was one of British dance music's most prolific producers, delivering tracks to labels under a variety of aliases. For proof, check out this superb retrospective, which showcases two decades worth of productions for such labels as Nuphonic, Paper Recordings, Junior Boy's Own and Back 2 Basics. That much of the material, which also includes more recent collaborations with Ray Mang and Yam Who, still resonates is testament to the quality of Glover's production. Standouts include "Body Rockin" (a dubwise, disco-flecked house) and the lolloping, jazz-funk-goes-disco-house bounce of "Loose Booty". Elsewhere, the grooves and workouts are pleasingly varied, but all connect in some way to classic house, disco, funk or boogie. In other words, it's a party-starting collection of bona fide goodtime grooves.