With two four-to-the-floor mixes, the K-Roxx Mix looks to switch things up as you hear breaks as the foundation. As mentioned in the review of the first disc for "Finding Time," Killahurtz Cult's mix had a bassline to drool over that was apparent and full blown, however, this interpretation looks to grab you slowly and subconsciously instead; subversive lines weaving high and low, taking away the breaks, rethinking the tempo so that Elliot's vocals can take its reign without any distraction. Taking a cue from the Vocal Mix, the beefy middle breaks down, simply to build itself back up with vocals that want to groove your soul.
Ending the second disc is the Original Mix of "Finding Time." Nothing different from the Vocal Mix other then it's an instrumental for those who may not have grabbed a hold of Elliot's vocals. Stel's production of the piece has been lifted more in the foreground as it now gets the attention all to its own. What else can be said, other than the fact it would have been a pleasant bonus if an accapella were offered as well.
Both discs offer a little bit something that the other does not, and each mix shines with quality production behind it. If you've been missing some uplifting dance music as of late, Stel and Elliot have the cure for your ailment.