11 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The U.S. electronic music boom of the late '90s was hitting its commercial peak when BT released his third studio album, and the trance music superstar was feeling his oats. Hip-hop, alt, and acoustic rock all mingle with BT's signature pyrotechnics. Soul Coughing's Mike Doughty lends vocals to the breaks-driven "Never Gonna Come Back Down," and DJ Peanut Butter Wolf adds scratching to the way-laidback hip-hop opus "Love on Haight Street." And for all BT's epic dance cuts, there's a chill jam like "Satellite" to keep the balance.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The U.S. electronic music boom of the late '90s was hitting its commercial peak when BT released his third studio album, and the trance music superstar was feeling his oats. Hip-hop, alt, and acoustic rock all mingle with BT's signature pyrotechnics. Soul Coughing's Mike Doughty lends vocals to the breaks-driven "Never Gonna Come Back Down," and DJ Peanut Butter Wolf adds scratching to the way-laidback hip-hop opus "Love on Haight Street." And for all BT's epic dance cuts, there's a chill jam like "Satellite" to keep the balance.

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