Ibiza, long a party destination for young Western Europeans, continues to be a source of uncompromisingly joyous dance music. On this two-CD set, the featured disco club is Amnesia, a vast stage for high-flying vacationers and the home base of DJs Mar T and Paco Osuna, the featured mixers. Mar T’s 16-track set is flossy with diva-style vocals, cute tribal rhythms, dreamy sound effects, and soulful melody: typical of his gospelly style are Michelle Weeks’s "The Light," Balearic Soul’s "Be Together," DJ Disciple and Mia Cox’s "Caught Up," Shakedown’s "At Night," and "Hot Shot," a remake of Karen Young’s disco classic here sung by diva veteran Barbara Tucker. Mar T sometimes varies his sound, with trancy funk like CZR’s "Take Me Higher," Tribal Fusion’s "Buddah’s Groove" (written by Jamie Lewis, also an Ibiza DJ), and Those Pesky Kids’ coolly goofy "As Long As I Got You" — digressions that keep the dancers happily guessing. Osuna’s set, however, starts out hard, dark, and tribal and stays that way. From Audio Soul Project’s "Everything Is Alright" to Stephen Brown’s "Language" and Oxia’s "Troisième," it’s an hour-long train ride through a universe of sexy disco.