Loopo Di Mare on the A1 is a positively groovy affair. Rolling percussion and driving stabs modulate and talk to each other playfully, punctuated by big pad sweeps and mini breaks keeping the dance floor enthralled; the kind of track that could be deployed effectively at any time of night and have a different result each time.
Cat takes a more heads-down approach. Loose and lively percussion meets a concurrent synth, sustaining pressure throughout the intro, hinting at deeper message which is finally delivered in the form of a powerfully emotive lead. Guaranteed eyes-closed, heads down.
Archie Hamilton toughens up the percussion in his interpretation of Cat on the flip side. Driving bass meets crisp highs, tight drums and a hypnotic, distant vocal. The lead is kept until the first break where it is used to great effect - kept close to the original, but with added warmth and distortion. A tried and tested dance-floor bomb.