The two remaining tracks don't capture the imagination in the same way. They show Fantastic Man's ability to manipulate vocal samples for different purposes. The jagged stutter of "Nuthin' But a Thing" is a little more appealing than "Say What You Said" in which a spoken word dialogue occupies the last half of the track and brings it to a slow end. Andy Ash's interpretation of "Groove," though a little more driven, doesn't make as much use of the vocal hook, which is the track's distinguishing feature.
All of this makes this 12-inch solid...but strange. "Groove" is made for dancing and given such "constraints," Fantastic Man has produced something far from derivative. And yet the personal liberties taken elsewhere—such as ending the release with spoken word—are caught in deep house "convention." Go figure.