When I first bought this, I didn't know if it was the same track release as on KOTB-3 or on the European Jet Set Radio soundtrack. Upon receiving it and playing it, I can confirm it's the same release. Kinda glad I bought this when I did cause I can only imagine the JSR Community flooding the marketplace to jack the prices up. That being said, Many Styles on this release is a go to for sure. The 'Al-Naafiysh' remix is pretty solid; more or less can be used in break/popping situations like how they did back in the 80s, but more of a late 90s/early 00s feel to it. (Not saying much)
B-side gives a complete 180° turn and shows off the Drum and Bass vibes. The Sureshot alias remix of Many Styles is subpar. It could be played today in classic mixes, but nonetheless is just filler. Rockker's Revenge, if sped up to 45 RPM and slowed down to -8 or -10, gives an early-mid 90s jungle vibe, which isn't a bad representation on this record at all. (Given that this was released in '01 and I can only assume Wayne Palmer made it in the mid-late 90s.) I personally like that shift in change for the record from Hip-hop/Electro Breaks to Jungle/Drum and Bass. It gives you something fresh and provides great cut-up/DJ tool material in a mixing situation; making you use the same record twice, but for different genre mixes.
Overall, this record is a decent one, worth keeping in your video game vinyl collection and/or DJ collection. To all my rudies from Jet Set Radio Live and the JSR community, snag this record while you still can. Cause you may never know if the prices aren't gonna stay low for long. Do it for DJ Professor K, shape da future! JET SET RADIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!