On the A-side is the Original Mix of this great release. The soothe flowing organ like strings open the track with scattered vocal effects thrown in for good measure. As the deep kick comes in, the breakbeat patterns soon follow, and the vocal echoes increase in presence. The track maintains a good flow until a soft and pixie like melody gives the track a great character. A soft and quite subtle baseline also gives the track a nice groove in areas. All in all, the original mix is exceptional and maintains a beautiful aura throughout.
On the flip is the Subway Mix. Now this mix may not grab you at first, but after numerous listens, it has great substance. From the word go the beat kicks in with a synthesized loop. The organ strings are used from the original to brilliant effect, running under the beats for large durations of the track. A breakdown midway into the track uses the subtle melody echoes in the background, which continues delightfully into the beats. The remix gives the release a dancefloor appeal which the original may not have. Nice work from Subway.
It’s a must purchase for those who don’t have the original release from Planet Noise. The original is one of those tracks you need to own, and the Subway mix would definitely work in any kind of set.