This record was hammered by almost every house,techno and trance dj that got a copy from either Carl Cox or Christian Smith, for at least a year before the release came out. The track obviously had good crossover appeal to be able to be played by dj's like Danny Tenaglia, Josh Wink, Timo Maas, Christian Smith, Carl Cox, Adam Beyer and Paul Van Dyk. Not many techno tracks can fit into more than one genre.
The track has a good tribal drums, almost sounding like circuit house drums, but more minimal with a good groove. The best part though is the Kevin Saunderson like synth line which leads into the breakdown and then into the latter part of the track. Its gritty but still melodic, the synth line, which makes it great for the peak time crowds.
The flipside sees Trevor Rockcliffe leave his impression on the original. Its got Trevor's typical percussion and jacking kick drums and the synth is only used for the breakdown. For more purist crowds, this mix is favorable.