The original production is sparse and primitive, with just a hint of whimsy. It's the perfect accompaniment for Jamakabi's quick-fire verses, which he reels off like automatic gunfire. Logos' version is more ominous. Similar to how his Tectonic album with Mumdance, Proto, revisited classic sounds with mechanical precision, his "Juicy Patty" remix is a plutonium-plated reanimation shot through with bullet holes.
Blackdown's "Big Size 12 Remix" is a vigorous shake up with syncopated claps, chopped vocals and the only bassline here you can swing your hips to. In its closing minute, the remix is stripped bare except for the dissonant chords that have quietly spelled doom in the background the whole time. A few hits, bleeps and smears of Jamakabi's reverberated voice float in the void—a strangely fitting end for the record.