The "Perc" variations are the more subtle tracks. The drum programming is painstakingly detailed and visual: some hits boom with sub-bass, others whisper in the distance, and all carefully inhabit their place in the 3-D soundstage. "Another" and "Movon" are more dance floor-oriented. The first is driven by a massive 4/4 kick drum and charging congas. It pushes itself forward with lifts, drops and a smart switch-up of the conga pattern near the end. "Movon" is less intense—it's dank bass music somewhere along the lines of Livity Sound. An eerie lead, sounding something like a toad being passed through a granulator, contributes to the feel of early evening apprehension.
Lakker, having graced the first of Love Love's vinyl releases, provide a remix of "Another." They pile on the nervous tension through an odd drum pattern and a whole heap of aggressive static. There's a stronger handling of club dynamics than in Scrase's version, but the original doesn't fall short by much, making it all the more impressive that it's only his first physical release.