Like The Reflex before him, Moplen has made his name by crafting authentic, Tom Moulton style remixes and re-edits. Whether or not he has access to the original master tapes is a point of debate, but it certainly sounds like he did this time round, at the very least. He begins with an epic revision of Philadelphia soul classic "The Love I Lost", slowly building up the pressure via instrumental passages, a spine-tingling vocal breakdown, and a sweaty, groove-based finale. On the virtual flipside, he takes a leaf out of the Reflex's book by tinkering with a lesser-known classic. The "Crosseyed & Painless" revision is thrillingly loose, emphasizing the original's crunchy guitars, jazzy solos, wild vocals and Afro-influenced percussion.