On the A-side of disc one is the Mr Velcro Fastener Remix. It begins with a nicely arranged drum loop and some smooth subtle strings in the background. As the track progresses the vocal line plays a vital part as do the electro squeaks and subtle bleeps that all merge beautifully with the drums. The smooth strings then return and take the track to another level. It has a smooth electro feel to it without trying to do too much. Solid production yet again from the Velcro man.
On the flip is the ever reliable Red Jerry Disco Dog Remix. For the Hooj fans out there, many should know what to expect from the Head Honcho. The baseline is the key ingredient with this mix as it takes a deep electro groove route. The vocal gains some filtering amongst the sounds that ride in and out of the production with consummate ease and effectiveness. Its another brilliant remix from RJ and should definitely appeal to many.
The Original Mix is on the A-side of disc two. A more conventional 4/4 drum pattern is used here as the vocal fades in and out early in the track. The baseline comes into effect early as does the sample effects that ride in and out around the vocals on most part. The track maintains a smooth flow accompanied with a short breakdown deep into the track that sees the vocal explode into the beats that come back in with force.
On the flip is the Mr Velcro Fastener Instrumental. Essentially it is the remix on disc one without the vocals, however, hearing this production without the vocal is very impressive. The subtle electro melodies gain importance as does the soothing strings throughout the track. It has a great flow to it and should be a welcome addition for those that may dislike the vocals.
After the Velcro Dub comes a DJ Tool in the form of an accapella. Snippets of the vocal are cut up and may come in handy for those with ideas of accapellas.
Another solid release from Hooj, and a young American producer that goes from strength to strength.