The Club Mix is a straight up slow burner that features the nice reworking of the original melody and showcases Stevie throughout. The breakdowns are rather effective with the mellow melody taking over though the subtle beat and simple percussion keep the track rolling.
Moving onto the Dub Mix we see a lot of the same elements from the Club Mix make an appearance though numerous vocal samples are given the effects treatment. The reworked original melody is still the main focus here while a stronger bassline assists.
Axwell steps up next for his take and straight away lets loose with the vocal alongside stripped back beats and snares. As the track builds quickly, Axwell’s inclusion of his interpreted melody is a high and lofty affair as it bounces tightly with striking high-end basslines and sustained strings.
The Miami Calling Remix is up next and keeps the tempo upbeat with loads of percussive elements but it’s the addition of an organic guitar melody throughout which definitely offers the most distinction. The twanging bassline and pulsating synths play along with the vocal that add more of a bouncy feeling throughout.
Ending this package is Tocadisco with remix featuring live guitar samples and percussion than the other releases but it quickly shadowed by the change in beat as a solid bass drum is introduced with infectious guitar riffs and synth hooks.
All mixes ultilise the original elements of the song nicely and the melody reworkings are something to appreciate.