Makcim & Levi fair best by evading the original bassline on their remix of "Mountain 011.2." They opt for a slightly quicker tempo, a more penetrating kick and a subtly buoyant mood, which keeps it from dragging its feet. Where the other remixes are low-slung and druggy, theirs borders on sprightly early UK tech house. Cabanne keeps closest to the original version of "Mountain 011.1," skewing it towards fatigued paranoia. A low and wormy portion of the original bassline is there, plus the dubby vocals. It comes off slightly flat when heard in isolation, but it works better in the mix.
Ion Ludwig's mix delivers more engrossing sound design, switched-on pacing and dynamic drum programming, but it isn't as inspired as his recent productions. Artist Unknown's minor alterations of "Mountain 006.1" don't offer much to write home about, either. But like the other mixes, what it lacks in character it makes up for with heads-down shuffle. This isn't a flashy package, but it's difficult to argue with these grooves on a soundsystem.