The "Tribute Mix" of "Love's Got Me High" is a slick rework of an earthier track Parker recorded under his Seven Grand Housing Authority moniker. It's funky, uptempo deep house threaded with samples from "Love Won't Let Me Wait," as performed by—ahem—Jamie Foxx. While the half-joking histrionics of Foxx's rendition turn achy-soulful in Parker's hands, the track's most memorable trick is the blinding glare given off by the pitched-up strings.
"Somethin' Here" and "Why After All This" (the latter a digital bonus on Seventh Sign's edition) share sample selections with a couple of big successes of roughly the same period—Ministers De La Funk's "Believe" and Junior Jack's "My Feeling," respectively. It's awfully hard, though, to imagine Parker's tracks bumping into their cousins under a strobe. Parker's sampling on this pair isn't about catchy hooks or stylish sheen, instead bringing a jerky, warped record effect to the elated disco palette. In the case of "Why," this creates an anxious uncertainty to the imploring but open-ended question of its title, clipped short over and over through the length of the track. But while a rawer, dizzying energy drives these two dusty disco house tracks in comparison to the A-side here, their sweaty spirals soar skyward with the same ease.