The title track's monologue (including lines like "He's in my blood, he's in my guts and my soul") matches the jet-black tone of Gorman's warehouse-rattling quasi-techno. It's still some distance from his pre-Adesse Versions music—the bass synth, in particular, is springy and diffuse in a way that offsets the steeliness of "That's What Friends Are For." There's a dub version for DJs who find the vocal too flinty.
Gorman also revisits old techniques on the B-side, where he does a better job blending his musical personas. Letting dub techno fragments bob among loose rhythms, "In The Sticks" nails a distinctive sweet spot between house and techno. Dense chords help anchor Gorman's constellation of hand percussion, giving the track a solid punch. It's strong enough that you barely notice the kick drum's absence on "In The Sticks (No Kick)."