'Twice As Nice' follows up the previous year's 'Cool As Ice' compilation, a successful rounding-up of the various remix projects New Order cultivated under the banner of Be Music. This time Donald Johnson (as Dojo), Arthur Baker and others are involved too. It begins with the uptempo funk/dance of 'Express' by 52nd Street, a Manchester act but the sound is pure New York. Mark Kamins plied his trade producing some of Madonna's early singles and that's certainly evident in the sassy, street-wise pop of Cheyne's 'Call Me Mr Telephone'. Try looking beyond the disco pop and there are more deeply satisfying gems on offer. The tight, hypnotic funk of 52nd Street's 'Look Into My Eyes' was produced by Dojo whose work with A Certain Ratio is a definite influence. 'Keep On Dancing' is further evidence of Marcel King's huge - and sadly unfulfilled - potential. Kamins adds a tribal feel to Quando Quango's 'Genius (part 2)' and a muscular interpretation of Section 25's 'Sakura' wins out over an prototype of future New Order classic '586'. Making this an essential addition to those who enjoyed 'Cool As Ice'.