Image A couple of weeks ago, the brand new House Masters compilation series was launched by ITH Records, looking at the work of Louie Vega, one half of the legendary Masters at Work. Now volume two sees the light of the day, showcasing the Parisian DJ and producer Bob Sinclar. Ever since he created "Gym tonic" in 1997 (which became a number one hit single), he had worldwide hits on a constant base such as "My only love", "Feel for your", "The beat goes one" or "Kiss my eyes". And then in 2005 came "Love generation" featuring Gary 'Nesta' Pine on vocals, probably his biggest hit today that sold in excess of 1.2 million copies worldwide. But there is much more from Bob Sinclar, for instance slammin' remixes such as the one of "Do you remember House" by Blaze or productions for the likes of Salomé De Bahia. The double-CD release features a selection of twenty of the most memorable tracks and remixes from his huge catalog at full length, some of them available in digital format for the first time.