First off, lemme tell you this... RHV knows how to make an audience MOVE. I saw him live a few weeks ago, he was touring and promoting his latest mix CD, Big Floor Funk. He got pulled into Chaos Theory 2.0, where I saw him alongside a lot of local talent, as well as plenty of well known headliners. RHV, of course, was the biggest name there. Among his peers were the likes of Freaky Flow, Joey Beltram and Nigel Richards.
All that aside, I got the new album, and it's most excellent. Some old stuff (New Order - Blue Monday for instance), some new stuff (such as The Crystal Method - Born too slow), 4 original productions of his own, and a very tightly woven mix, where he manages to shoehorn a massive amount of tracks into a single CD. Granted, they're not long tracks, but it's a very dynamic mix that, if played on the dance floor would equate to non-stop motion.
Here's some pics of RHV that my friend and I took at the show... but mostly, I just wanted to say his new album absolutely rawks! I felt like sharing the photos though, since they're somewhat on-topic.
Oh yah...and some raver kids.