As has been said earlier, part of the fun is hearing a lot of familiar* patches/sounds, but given a Sean & Rob spin. This stuff is definitely significantly more danceable than Lego Feet for the most part. Which is not to say it isn't a blast to listen to. To me this really solidifies something about those apocryphal tales of the lads exchanging mixtapes with one another, making homemade edits of songs they like, jamming out to Mantronix, etc. I can definitely imagine someone mountain biking around Sheffield with these jams on their Walkman.
*Much of the sonic palette would be familiar to someone versed in old rave music as well as house, techno, and other popular late eighties-early nineties electronic sounds of those sorts. In this way, it might sound "more dated" but it has perhaps aged better than Incunabula.