I don't make a habit of buying CDs from the bargain bin, and a CD which doesn't list an artist on the front cover is usually a sign that it's not all that good, but I took a chance. Five groups contributed songs, and to be fair, I have considered them separately.
Terra (7 Tracks) - 8 points for style, but 3 points off for failing to avoid sounding like a Deep Forest/Enigma clone. Ulaanbaatar sounds incredibly like Return to Innocence. Though then again, I don't think I've heard anyone use an accordion in a song of this style, so add one point. Overall 6 points.
Cyber Ethnique (4 Tracks) Strings! And high-energy beats and vocals! And a wide variance of style! 9 points for style, another point for actually making me want to find one of their albums, 10 overall
Inishkea (3 tracks) The heck? Namyit Island is basically ultra-relaxation music (sounds like it's from A Stormy Night) played under a drum beat with a woman stating seemingly random phrases, all of which are repeated as though it was a language education tape. The other two tracks are only slightly better. 3 points for being brave enough to contribute.
Eastern Voices (1 track) Hard to judge on the one track, but very minimalist. Interesting use of a twangy C&W-style guitar. It'd be interesting to hear what else they have to offer. 7 points for grooviness.
Cyberland (1 track) Quietly stylely. I have no idea if this is indicative of the rest of their music, but it's OK. 5 points for turning up, another point for the groovy guitar, 6 overall.
Subtitled: Global Sounds for a New Millennium. This one, I guess... Released in some markets as "Global Lounge - World Nation".