Ferrer's "Obj Vocal Mix" is spurred along by conga accents and pulsating 303s, but Dawn Hulton's vocal is arty-spiky in a way that brings to mind post-punk and its more recent descendants as well as above-it-all Grace Jones-style ice-diva-dom. Ferrer keeps moving the furniture around to show off different facets of his multi-lined groove.
And on the B-side, Hall's "MeMix" goes . . . fidget-house?! Not quite, but the stuttering vocal snippet ("Wuh-w-w-wh-wh-well!") isn't that far removed from mid-'00s Switch. The groove is, though—comfortably flat four with springy accents whose glitchy touches (including those vocals) are absorbed by the kick drum, and thus easy on the ear.