The title track keeps things nice, easy and constantly—but gently—boiling over with blissful strings. "Jazz Militia" ups the tempo and darkens the strings, summoning the nocturnal funk that Wade is so well known for, though it does sound a bit formulaic. I'd say "The Chateau" is the best of the originals, as Wade jumps back and forth between a low-key swagger topped with cheery vocal samples and a wonderfully cinematic, keys and guitar-led instrumental. The three cuts are solid grooves that couldn't be mistaken for anyone else.
Two "Sweet Life" remixes complete the package, and wisely neither tries anything radical. Mr Beatnick's version stretches out, slides in a few shivering dub chords and squiggly synths and aims for a different sort of deep. A digital-only remix from FINA head Simon Morell and Tom Taylor trades some of the original's laidback charm for higher BPMs and a heavier approach, with a fortunately short monologue and some interesting vocal loops. Linked with Wade's strings, they help keep it classier than the usual tech house fluff.