Ripperton tidies things up considerably with his remix, kicking things off with keys before deep, brooding synth stabs take over, creating a deeply creepy atmosphere. It's less playful than his recent productions; a warped, ear-drum melting synth marks the midway point through the nine minute epic before heads aim squarely downward for the rest of the track.
African-style vocals mournfully greet us on the flip along with a significantly reduced BPM played out with lugubrious beats and chords. While all the elements are there, it's unconvincing as either moody deep house or plinking electronica, with some of the instruments not quite sitting comfortably with one another. The Nitin remix is much more purposeful in its approach, the bassline easing itself slowly in and out of the mix, giving room to a relentless synth pulse which is the real star of the show. An early player for the techy crew or peak-time stuff for deep house heads, this mix stands out on an otherwise merely very good EP.