This is one of those tunes from the moment the intro starts with the deep bass you know you are about to hear something special and it doesn’t disappoint with its deep early techno sound. Deep bass, floating vocal and great synth melodies make this a really great remix. A really good tune quality tune well produced that is worth a listen at least !!!.
Just a short note: I love the record "Dub War" by "Dance Conspiracy" which came out in 1992 on XL-Records and I'm really surprised I find the female vocal-Sample ("Eyhyeahyeah") also on this Dub-House Warp-Release which actually came out one year before "Dub War"
I prefer those Remixes from Robert Gordon compared to the Original on WAP 8 mainly because it is a bit more dancefloor orientated. Not an essential release, not a floor burner but surely a collectable quality record back from a period when Warp released on the hand some groundbreaking minimal bleep & subbass techno and on the other one some really deep dubby house which was cool as well.