When Paul Daley took the master tapes of Neil Barnes' trippy house favourite 'Not Forgotten' and added a new intro, funky percussion and breakdowns, he wasn't just forging Leftfield's production partnership, he was changing the whole direction of house music. With its combination of heavy, dubby bassline, tribal percussion and changing instrumental rhythm, it was the polar opposite of the euphoric Italian house of the time. Progressive house was born, and everything played by Tall Paul, Judge Jules, Sasha, Digweed et al owes this record big time.

voted #28 in the 50 Most Influential Records of All Time

review by Frank Tope (nicked from Muzik magazine, dated July 1999)