"Love Pressure" itself gets relicked thrice (one digital-only), and in each case, the soulful male vocal sample, "Whoa—taking me," is recast in a more concrete structure than Stewart and Sharma's free-floating original. Toronto's XI stays close to Sepalcure's template but concentrates more on the low end, as well as a G-funk synth whine whose notes sound like they're stretching in front of you. Fellow New Yorker FaltyDL lays down a broken-beat bottom and flits the original in and out over the top of it—I realize that's reductive as hell, but that's what it sounds like (not a complaint, either). Lando Kal of Lazer Sword, does digital-only honors with a clean-lined, stop-start, dubstep-then-not mix that falls right in line the "de-swagging" he recently told The Quietus he's been trying out recently.
Jimmy Edgar's version of "Every Day of My Life" is structurally similar to the FaltyDL "Love Pressure"—bouncing bass (with clicky stick percussion) as bed for the title phrase, cut and spliced. Daedelus's version of "Down" is cluttered, mostly, but it does contain a brief cloud-break when a breakbeat enters, first at jungle speed, then at hip-hop.