The appropriately named "Oh My" dogpiles squelches, robo-snares, squirts of acid, lasers, hi-hats crisper than a chip, cheap rave FX run through a wood chipper, androids dreaming electric whippoorwills, deep whumps, a screaming synth solo and a freshly-opened can of handclaps. Did I leave out the bubble machine? TBD didn't. And that's all before they hotwire a ZZ Top guitar (circa "Legs") and take a joyride deeper into the whole mess. That it never sounds out of hand is a testament to TBD's ability to strike a balance, something their remixes haven't always exhibited.
"OK, Cool" is the same basic track, but one that subtracts rather than adds. It reveals higher frequencies and a bit more space between the meaty house kick and the 303. When that guitar returns the second time around, it's not a spray of sparks but rather a lone flare out on the horizon.