Up first is Steve's Original, and the boy certainly is showing his knack at uplifting melodies. A very "BT-iesqe" vibe as you listen with the melody arrangement, but with a Van Dyk attitude. Horns blowing, bass kicking, and a simple melody rolling, it all puts you back during the '90s. Nothing innovating, but it's still heartwarming at points to hear young producers still trying to relive past memories that have faded into obliquity. It keeps a bit of May's signature sound of deep bass and rumbling snares, ala "Open Day" with the melody teasing throughout, never really blowing up for good measure. Instead he and Chable will do that with the flip.
Chable and May's Blind at 43 and still rocking Mix is much more uplifting than the original. Nice name for a remix as told by May himself through his site. Off the bat, it's chunkier, beefier and wilder as it adds that "Chable" sound that just rocks. Unfortunately, as much of a bouncing wave it brings, maybe it wasn't such a good idea for Chable to take such command on the remix. Getting a bit too comfortable with his own sound, it's almost like "Cloud Cuckoo, part ten of a Luke Chable Mix." Both are done the same. It's not even apparent that May had much impact on the remix and it sounds as though it was completely a Chable working. Take account that young producers need to strive to find their own identify, it may not have been beneficial to just have one remix. A second one by May would have helped established himself away from Chable.
Sure, there's nothing new or interesting about this release, nor does it really show off the production skills of May, but this is dance music, and the main goal is to get people off their buns and onto the dancefloor...and this sounds like it will.