The original mix on side A doesn't instantly strike you as a Blackwatch production. On first impressions, there seems to be a funkier outlook to the track. A usual 4/4 kick and hats meets a great baseline with real groove. The vocals, as i said before, may not be to everyone's liking, and is similar to Green Velvet's 'Flash'. But the vocal line of "Can't you see me, I'm here" is quite fun!
On side B, Swedish outfit Laid lend their remix duties. It adds a twisted yet smoother edge to the original. It uses a similar baseline and keeps the vocal line pretty much in tact from the original. Definately a worthy mix for the housier inclined.
On side A, Soul Mekanik also take a smooth house avenue with their remix, and also add a funky retro feel to the mix. They elect not to use the full vocal, rather choosing to cut up, effect, echo and generally fiddle around with what Mykel has to offer. Another good solid production from Soul Mekanik.
On the flip Sir Drew, one half of Chicken Lips, delivers a unique mix. Taking a retro outlook from the word go, the vocals are used sparingly, relying on the strength of the musical aspects. Think Trisco "Muzak" (Wonderland Ave Mix) and you are on the right path. Definately a big party room appeal, and another fine mix to add to a strong release.