This release is big room house with a dark twist from Argentinean act DJs Pareja. The title track sounds like an update of the menacing sound that Armand Van Helden pioneered during the early '90s before he embarked on his pop remixing career. Over tight, staccato drums and rolling snares, they unleashe urgent female vocals and a brooding bassline. "La Risa" sees them go farther down this route; thunder claps are fused with stomping drums to create a basis for insane, shrieking laughter and a wild siren riff that keeps climaxing. The Chicago kettle drums and punishing bassline of Carisma's remix almost sounds tame by comparison.