Fans of the deep house resurgence will be pleased to see Frenchboy Julien Jabre on the tracklist here. His remix is more electronic in feel than his famed 'Swimming Places' type productions, built on an analogue bassline and a toned down rhythm section. This is definitely the most energetic and fresh sounding of the remixes on offer, managing to marry the keys of the original to a harpsichord for a pulsing eight minutes.
The Pearns and Bridges effort isn’t much chop. It’s a grotty, Guetta-style cut that’s basically 'The Egg' vs. 'Calypso of House'. By the end of this track, if you've managed to last that long, unfortuntely, that egg is stinking to high heaven. But if you like aerobics workout music then check out the hotstuff, matey.
1990 was a long time ago, but those idealistic days spawned many a classic. Juno have chosen well here, and the Jabre revival of ‘Calypso…’ makes this a quality package worth having.