I gotta admit this really isn't my scene. The electro-house stuff is just way too Euro for me. Sure, a few have stood out I feel in love with Satisfaction from Benny Benassi, for example. Having said that, some people LIVE for this style of music and who's to knock them certainly not me! So for this review, I'll try to put myself in their shoes.
The original LP version is very neo-Punk meets electronica. The vocal is straight out of 1983 and so is the arrangement. (There's a sample in there that's wearing on my brain to indentify). As far as remixes go, Maverick went in the right direction with Jeff Barringer and Claude Le Gache. Both have a similar style and approach and their mixes speak volumes. Heavy bass with a Kraftwerk-ian synthesizer looping round and round make up the mass of these two. On a side note, if you want a good laugh read the remix credits for Claude Le Gache they put a smile on my face.
In addition to the aforementioned mixes, there's also stylings from Eddie Baez, DJ Monk, and Mount Sims. Being the queen I am, I went straight for Eddie's mix when I received this but was quickly disappointed. Clear Static's vocal sounds strangely laughable with Eddie's beats. I can't put my finger on it. DJ Monk and Mount Sims' mixes are twice as bad and sound like they were made between munchies while the mixers were high.