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As the album's subtitle suggests, the album celebrates and documents the first five years of the Ministry of Sound as a nightclub. It is a box set and contains three discs, the first disc, Rulin' , is based around the club's Rulin' garage nights and is mixed by CJ Mackintosh and Todd Terry. The second disc, Frisky? The album's elaborate, unusual packaging, designed by Soctt Parker, is a homage of the foil packaging that computer components are sold in, complete with details such as warning details and bar codes. The album was critically acclaimed and was a commercial success, reaching number 9 on the UK Compilation Chart. According to club biographer, Andy Pemberton, as of mid, the nightclub's "personality" was divided between the Frisky and Rulin' nights at the weekend, which played house and garage music "where the patrons swoon to the latest garage guidance counselors", and the Logical Progression nights mixed by LTJ Bukem , which featured "the hard edged underground throb of drum and bass. The nightclub celebrated its fifth anniversary in September in numerous different ways, the most notorious being the projection of their logo onto Buckingham Palace with the message that the Ministry of Sound "lasts longer than a royal marriage," in reference to Prince Charles and Princess Diana 's divorce. One Half of a Whole Decade celebrates five years of the Ministry of Sound and is a document of those five years, with each disc based around a different night at the club. Of course, since this is a Ministry of Sound album, the DJs and tracks are very typical of the glamorous London club. The first disc, Rulin' , is based around the club's pioneering Rulin' nights which began in