This release from the veteran UK producer primarily collects reworks of Middleton's "Sea of Glass", a haunting piano led track from his 2007 album Lifetracks. "Glass Raindrops" is Middleton's own reworking with Sophie Barker on vocals. Jon Hopkins resets the original into a more expansive and shimmering soundscape with a subtle pulse beneath it, whilst John Digweed and Nick Muir give it the progressive house treatment, creating a version with palpable tension. Alucidnation and Liquatech both deliver deep house rerubs, with Alucidnation's having a deep 303-led Chicago feel to it. By far the most impressive rework is Blu Mar Ten's dubstep rework, reducing the melodic overload of the original and offsetting it with brooding bass, something which works surprisingly well given the source material. The rest belongs to unreleased Middleton tracks, from the jazz swing of "Sense Is Real" to the disco house vibes of "Starq". Proof that this man is undoubtedly one of the UK's most diverse producers.