France's Unlimited Love label has quickly established itself as a consistent source of obscure material drawn from disco and boogie's quirkier margins. This third volume is every bit as tidy as its predecessors. While some may already be familiar with Ben's 1982 boogie-funk gem "I Would Have To Be A Fool" due to its inclusion of a number of crate-digging compilations, the same can't be said for the rest of the material. Electric Nightmare's "Garden of Delight" is a sublime chunk of spacey progressive rock/electronic disco fusion from 1979, while Panache's "Get Down (To The Sweet Music)" has long been regarded as a "must have" by collectors of little-known disco. Sunstreet's breezy and positive "Lovin" - another lesser-known cut from 1979 - completes another essential package.