For Gabriel & Dresden's latest offering, Tracking Treasure Down, I had the dubious task of listening through nearly 77-minutes of one song mixed twelve different times eight longer remixes and five edited versions. The song is pretty good and offers the incentive that if you're not completely satisfied with one or two tracks, there's bound to be a few others that will appease you. With mixes provided by the likes of Dave Seaman, Robbie Rivera, Francis Preve, (Ralph) Kyau Vs. (Steven) Albert, and, of course G&D themselves, I had several standouts featuring the longer mixes consisting of Robbie Rivera's Vocal Mix and Francis Preve's Mix as well as the longest mix, G&D's Original Mix. Granted, I hadn't heard the likes of Francis Preve or Kyau Vs. Albert, but I went with what I know or in this case hadn't heard before and I was pleasantly surprised by Kyau Vs. Albert's Mix, as well as the downtempo-ish Down Group Therapy and Low Tech Mixes. Sometimes more mixes doesn't necessarily mean more bang for your buck, but overall I liked this motley crew of mixes. Personally prefer to leave off the edits and just stick to the longer mixes but hey, that's my opinion.