Pooley's rework is up first and he filters things with a bouncy enough house beat that eventually lets in a bassline worth getting excited over. Tur's slower original, though, offers more sonic delight, grinding things out with East sounding like he's raging against the dying of the light, rather than happily singing along. The crown jewel? That'd be Arto Mwambe's version which takes cosmic disco synths and sweeping chords to the bank for a reversioning that—in its dub form screams for someone to drop something over it—and, in its vocal version, gets it.
Also included on the platter is an extended version of "Stay." At a little bit less than six minutes, you can't help but thank Tur and Freerange for the favor, as the tune is built for the long build ala Mark E's slo-mo disco excursions, complete with Larissa Kapp's breathy vocals, and one syllable yearnings. Whatta 12-inch.