Bass Soldier turns in, unsurprisingly, a very bass-heavy version. He keeps the essence of the looseness of the drum tracks, but expresses it in a more straightforward drum and bass fashion that could potentially drive people wild if dropped at the right time in a techno set.
Surgeon’s remix, I must admit to finding somewhat baffling. It uses a lot of the same sounds but twists them into a very direct and very very industrial sounding groove. It puts me in mind of early 90s Nitzer Ebb with its lurching awkward rhythm and harsh sounds. Full marks for uniqueness but I can’t help feeling it’s a shame to take the complex, funky and engaging rhythms of the original and reduce them to this.