Most of us have never heard the 1998 original of this Brit producer’s midtempo scratch/sample-heavy breakbeat jam, but it’s damn tight, well-structured and included on this double-pack. You also get a decent uptempo remix by Love himself, alongside a standard nu-breaks rub by Scissorkicks. But stand back for the one like Stabilizer, who throws down some ROUGH dancehall riddim patterns. That mix is worth the price of admission alone.