His remix is one of those 'Slow down. Groove along. Save up that energy and wait for the next big tune.' While there's nothing extraordinary buzzing in it, it's nevertheless good fun in Lawler's dark house.
On the B-side the Richard Dinsdale remix kicks off with eerie bits of whispered dialogue from the film segueing nicely into some nifty deep house. The tribal drums are more passive, popping in along with the preacher’s ‘Devil’s House’ rant, which is sampled even more heavily. Yet, it’s the whispers which Dinsdale distorts with a delay that really sets this mix on fire as some slick synths peak into a wicked groove that never gets too big but doesn’t need to either. It's a faster steady pace, creepy, cool and kicking. This one's for those strange cats that wear their sunglasses at night, even at the clubs.
Sun / 21 Aug 2005