The title's a misnomer - there's not much disco here. Instead, this is a compilation of watery outsider house that lies closer to Roberto Musci than Mr Fingers. I'll admit I wanted more "house" and less "outsider", but I can't complain too much. At its best, it's mysterious and meditative. At its worst, it's pleasant enough.
Creaky, claustrophobic dub with an ominous post-punk edge to it - although this should probably be expected, considering Adrian Sherwood and Keith Levene are both involved here. Recommended if you want more of the dark druggy haze that was present on Mezzanine.
Roughly two hours of relentless, thumping techno that makes Live At The Liquid Room sound as restrained as your average Villalobos record. Have some ibuprofen on hand because your neck WILL hurt when it ends.
I expected some uncool but lush pop-house, I ended up getting a bunch of middling synthpop/downtempo, like the type of stuff you'd see on a compilation titled "Beachside Cafe: Summer Chillout Hits". "Deepest Blue" (one of the two actual house tracks here) is a bop, what with its sweeping pads and groovy bassline, and a lot of the textures are appropriately breezy and Balearic, but at this point I'm fine with leaving most of this in the mid-2000s.