Given the sheer amount of product Marco Dionigi releases, you'd be forgiven for accidentally missing out on his best work. Wake Up - another full-length excursion on his Quantistic Division imprint - should not be ignored, though; arguably, it's one of his strongest albums to date. There are few genuine surprises - the 13 tracks mine his usual influences, from cosmic disco, cosmic rock and nu-disco, to Italo, dub, Balearica and classic house - but the quality of the material on offer is impressively high. There's plenty of playable, dancefloor-friendly highlights, from the kosmiche chug of "Sweet Smell of Success" and slap bass-enhanced Balearic funk of "Kung Bo", to the stomping, Italo-influenced disco pump of "Who Touched Me (Original Mix)".
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