On the flip, Redshape’s remix is louder, harder, and yes, more technically well produced, but somehow—as with a lot of Redshape productions—it’s also slightly monotonous and joyless. Where the original was tentative, this is relentless, replacing Yuro & Trago’s casual alignments with a straight-ahead Detroit-ish pulse. Not that the dancefloor will mind, of course, but if you’re after something less slick and more innocent, stick with the A.
Sun / 17 Feb 2008
A Primary Roots
B Primary Roots (Redshape Clear Mix)