On the A-side is 'The Great Beast'. A good solid kick from the outset and a great baseline are the features of this record early on. There are constant eerie vocal effects. The breakdown mid-way has a big room appeal with a muffled banging drum and a 1-toned string. The track storms back in with a subtle melody. Definately suited to a big soundsystem.
On the flip we have 'The Lesser Beast', which is essentially a dub that loses the big breakdown in the original but keeps the baseline and melody. The 'Beauty & The Beast is basically the ambient breakdown taken from the original and put on seperately, for DJ's to use at their own peril. It contains slight drums but no main kick.