Each 12-inch is anchored to a different track: "I Neva Seen" and its punchy woodblock groove on one record, and the more bleary-eyed "Parlay" on the other. Both of them, prominently featuring Lustwerk's coolly detached verses, were among the most memorable on the mix. To sweeten the package, he throws in dub versions of both, which highlight the delicacy of his production style. Behind those vocals, "Parlay" is smooth and opalescent, something that might have come from the heyday of Underground Quality.
Aside from the chunky drum track "Cricket's Theme," briefer tunes—the building blocks of 100% Galcher—make up the rest. You've got the forlorn synths of "Stem" (the generic name for the mix's many interludes), the creamy chords of "Dockside" and the Balearic goodness of "Kaint," which feels uplifting yet maintains Lustwerk's effortless cool. A track like "Kaint" breezes by in the mix but here it stands out on its own. Even if you've heard these tracks a hundred times before, you haven't heard them like this.