Quite an unusual title for a tune, "Moonfrog Jive" starts off with a disco style breakbeat and it doesn't take long for the 80s funky slap bass riff makes it's appearance. In the current era of fashion repeating upon itself, it's easy to picture rollerskates and roller discos while listening to this tune. Thrown down on top of the tune are chopped up vocal stabs and subtle synth work reinforcing the bassline in the background. During the middle breakdown, the bass line takes a rest and changes to a long drawn-out tone before the slap bass tone is replaced with a futuristic synth sound. A verse later and they're revisiting the breakdown again and replacing the futuristic synth line with a bouncy high-pitched electro synth tone.
Circuit Breaker takes control of the boards for his remix of "A Good Day For Shirkin'" and gives the crossover house-breaks tune his trademark sound style - quite similar to the sound he's known for with recent singles on Moneyshot Records and Basstard - a punchy break with hard hitting snares, quick hitting kick drums and hooky phrases loaded here with lots of downbeat rimshot hits. The "body makin' move" vocal samples (as well as others) and disco guitar riff from the original tune are preserved with Circuit Breaker giving this one a slightly different arrangement and electro squelch for peak periods on the dancefloor. This one has been tested out on the dancefloor with good response.
I'm really into the Circuit Breaker remix as it has been proven to work really well on the dancefloor. Not too keen on the Moonfrog Jive, however for those who like their breaks disco-ey and funky, it's sure to please.