"Jets" is a brawny stew with a warm lunar sub-bass line and a punchy four kick thud that in its depth is immediately reminiscent of the darkest and most offbeat M_nus output. Noisy jets take off and land, while a war-like siren makes you feel like you've breached the security at a military complex—a supermarket announcement-style harmony of soothing rung chimes and synth pows work to relax the piece, adding silky textures.
Delete on the remix reduces the piece in size and stature—opting to double-time the synth shots, filling in the gaps with conga and toms, quieting the sirens and jets to ambient background noise. The infectious sub-bass groove is removed and the piece as a whole is slowed down a few BPM. It is essentially an anti-climax on the back of Chatterley's destroyer. What Delete seems to forget, however, is that you can't make bombing sirens and jet streams laidback. All marks go to Chatterley.