Adam Marshall's remix beefs it up and quickens things a bit, giving the motor city synth section emphasis and reducing the vocal input to a moan, while Pär Grindvik turns in a marathon of a mix that cranks things up a little more and lets chunky percussion take over. Sinister sirens fill the gaps of Grindvik's take and create even more of a sense of depth than the original. The "Love" vocal snippet of the original is repeated over and over and over again and there's an occasional subtle change in pitch, which is only to be expected over thirteen minutes. The sound of the tribal initiation ceremony of the 21st Century? Could be.
"Love Never Sleeps" and its overwhelming pull is towards the warehouse and the wild hedonistic abandon of good trance, but that's trance as an adjective, not a genre. More importantly, though, it's great electronic dance music—pure and simple.