Current albums making you curious to explore other discs in the same genre? An EW guide:

By EW Staff
Updated July 23, 1999 at 04:00 AM EDT

[BOX]…CHER’s Believe, then you’re strong enough for Disco Queens: The ’90s (Rhino, 1997), a set of one-hit club wonders (TECHNOTRONIC’s ”Move This,” SNAP!’s ”Rhythm Is a Dancer”) that’s gonna make you sweat.

…FATBOY SLIM’s You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby, then head for the big-beat-heavy anthology MTV’s AMP 2 (Astralwerks, 1998), with praiseworthy tracks by FATBOY, PROPELLERHEADS, and LO FIDELITY ALLSTARS.

…INSANE CLOWN POSSE’s The Amazing Jeckel Brothers, then dip into the white-boy rhythm and sleaze of WEEN’s Chocolate and Cheese (Elektra, 1994).

…THE SPY WHO SHAGGED ME soundtrack, then groove to the first Austin Powers album (Hollywood, 1997), a superior collection of ’60s-inspired fare from the CARDIGANS, EDWYN COLLINS, MING TEA, and others.

…SARAH McLACHLAN’s Mirrorball, then reflect on JONI MITCHELL’s Shadows and Light (Asylum, 1980), a shimmering live collection that captures Mitchell (and an all-star band) at a musical peak.