Superpitcher and Rebolledo, apparently keen to show off the Pachanga Boys' range, offer three flavors of "When the Past Was Present" remixes: from a relatively straightforward club-streamlining ("Purple Remix") to a growling re-imagining ("Red Remix") to what nearly amounts to a full-on original production ("Blue Remix"), no stone is left unturned. With cowbells blazing throughout, the duo make quite an impression here, even if their sound isn't quite as appealingly complex as Talabot's.
Tartelet lifers Kenton Slash Demon don't go nearly as nuts with their commission, but their melodic tweaks and extra effects really play up "Last Land"'s pop angle. But not to the extent Bullion does. The R&S and Young Turks signing basically rewrites "Destiny" into some kind of post-Ableton XTC B-side, making digital mincemeat of the original's melody and throwing an entirely new vocal line on top. One wonders if "sequel" rather than "remix" is a better description for what's at work here.