Chris Cox runs out of the gate with a 10+ minute club mix (mainstream friendly), giving the track a solid house groove and a big, evolving treatment to the vocals. Pete Heller puts in a great mix, hitting hard with electro elements and featuring the vocals upfront. John Luongo's remix bears the closest resemblance to the original, adding a DJ-friendly intro and outro. He keeps the big beat feel, the retro piano line, the 60's synths- for fans of the original version, this mix will delight in that it amplifies all the cuteness of the original. Steve Augello's adds another solid house groove and tons of extra synthwork to complement a full vocal treatment. The Moves remix takes the song into deep house territory, keeping a groovy, lazy feel alive with tasty tweeks and rhythms. Wamdue People bring a vocal and dub version. They go for a deep house sound, but bring the energy up well with wicked synths, basslines and overall thump. Of all the mixes, this one keeps the finest underground edge. Rob Rives's vocal mix stays in deep house land, adding some space age atmosphere and a tight, groovy rhythm.
Take the Cox mix for his solid mainstream mix, Heller for his progressive UK treatment, Luongo for his nod to the original, Wamdue people for their funky underground vibe and Junior for his creative, musical journey style of a mix. Good work from the remixers. And the original is excellent in it's own right. Persephone's Bees sound is a mixture of psychedelic 60's rock and lounge music- all held together by Angelina Moysov's catlike vocals. She pulls of the sexy, casual feel well. Interestingly, Angelina was born and raised in Russia, and upon coming to America found her bandmates and started releasing all this groovy 60's flavored music. Perfect for summertime, so check out the Bees's original songs. Great original, great remixes.