The Original Mix on the a-side is very nice. It begins quite smoothly with some smooth breakbeats and some subtle atmosphere shortly before the vocal erupts into action accompanied with some smooth synth stabs. The vocal starts flowing smoothly alongside a very funky baseline pattern, and the track on a whole maintains quite an upbeat and lively peak time feel. Very tasty indeed.
On the flip Christian J toughens the track up quite considerably. The beats are more intense from the word go and as the track gets going. The baseline literally erupts onto the scene as it shatters the low end senses. The baseline is really quite massive, and the track as a whole is really some serious twisted evil breakbeat mayhem, the way it should be.
This is a very nice release and for the breakbeat aficionados, it mustn’t go unnoticed. The a-side is a little more lighter and epic, while the b-side will leave you battered.