In its original form, "Fables and Fairytales" is a simple yet extremely effective tune that blends synth stabs, a kick and accompanying percussion, along with Rosina's Ari Up-like vocals, into a funky stripped-down take on early Chicago acid. My only complaint is that more isn't used of the vocal in its 12 or so minutes. Thankfully, Kurtel steps up, halves the length and highlights the vocal by exploiting its nuances.
Both versions offer something different, with the remix being my pick as it amplifies the original's best points—the vocal and the effects. It's just a bit darker too. The original is made for the mix, the remix is a peak timer in its own right.