"(Theme From) Stoned Immaculate" is as epic as any theme tune should be. A pounding kick and itchy shakers set the tone before things slowly grow in stature with the arrival of some well-swung wooden hits and distant melodic daubs. There's a hint of swelling grandeur when a soft melodic phrase rises up through the mix, but it's Jim Morrison's spoken word vocal (culled from The Doors' song which gives the label its name) that really sets things alight.
"Situation (Redux Vocal)" skips and kicks with a more tribalistic density, but buried little organ riffs and a soaring diva vocal keep things thoroughly airy and loveable. If you don't love the latter part, however, fret not: also included is a voiceless version that allows you to revel in the deft synth work and constantly shapeshifting analogue bassline which was previously obscured.