The ten-minute mind erasing original here is frustratingly simple, riding the typically warm Rekids drum sound and an awkward bell loop. Things shift quickly into focus when the overwhelming six-note riff barrels in, though. Immediately, the awkward loop turns menacingly addictive and the drums start to groove rather than simply bounce. Add a dash of variety to the riff, gently effect the bells (sure), turn up the clapping once in a while (duh), aaaaaand…anthem. It's a long one, sure, but Edwards justifies the sprawl and then some.
Watergate resident Sebo K turns up on the flip for the remix. His rework is imaginative, toning down the unrelenting tempo of the original and transforming it into a deep house epic. The phonemes "Ahh" and "You" make their way in, although I'll be damned if I can hear them in the original.