The "West Coast Classics" series has a simple premise. It offers up light-touch re-edits of essential West Coast hip-hop hits from the style's glory years in the 1990s. The latest salvo boasts two must-have cuts. On the A-side you'll find Dr Dre's 'Deep Cover', the cut that introduced the world to future star (and now iconic artist) Snoop Dogg. His flows work perfectly over Dre's low-slung beat, which makes great use of smoky instrumental samples from what sounds like the soundtrack of a 1970s spy thriller. Over on the flip you'll find Too Short's lesser-celebrated 'Bad Ways', which first surfaced on the long-serving Los Angeles mic man's 1996 album 'Gettin' It (Album Number Ten)' and makes use of elements from Parliament/Funkadelic classic 'Flashlight'.