Detroit producer DJ 3000 shows his musical side on Hotel Oasiz. Instead of his typical pummelling percussive drums, he treats listeners to spacey synths and a pulsating electronic groove supporting the sensuous female vocal on the '12" mix'. The instrumental version offers pretty much the same arrangement, minus the vocals, while the beatless take focuses on the synthy melodies and angelic vocals. Alexis Tyrel's reshape is geared towards the dance floor with dense, housey beats and surging chords underpinning the sweet vocals, but Robert Hood's remix is the highlight. Layering the vocals until they turn into a hypnotic chant, the arrangement is subsumed by an evil acid bassline that's every bit as visceral as his minimal work.
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