Uk label Navigation records head honchos Stewart Keenan and Dale Anderson team up for this heavyweight prog number which also gets a serious remix package added to the bill.
The Original mix is a heady combination of jacking percussive rhythms that begin to shape an atmosphere of eeriness as a hypnotic vocal continuously beacons us .Through this a wash of melodies ooze out in the form of a constant synthline and subtle bassline that's made sweeter by a blossoming of the track for the break.The pace eases back for a moment before powering ahead with all the elements back in place providing an irresistibly emotive flow.
The flip side of disc 1 sees the Peter Martin remix . He takes the mood to a lower level of euphoria with a more spacial groove of intricate percussion and cut up parts of the original . Layered on top is a neat electro hook and mystical pads that bind it all together.
The first track on Disc 2 comes in the cooler shape of a Steve Porter remix.Porter has been somewhat of a wonderkid in the past and more recently has come of age with a refreshing sound of pure funk .As with most of his remixes he takes them by the short and curlies and repackages a slice of party house to get us moving in every direction.
Rounding up things the Futurestep remix packs a punchier groove with trancey synthlines and airy pads long with a blissful pianoline . Together with peakier beats it makes for some hands in the air plays.
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