Last Drunk (DRM Remix) - DJ DRM strips this track down to it's boxers to provide instant dance-floor action in his take on the the AYB concept. He then adds spirited techno-synths in the coda for a true expansion of his standard oeurve.
Ayaya (Chancha via Circuito Remix) - ZZK's Chancha via Circuito takes a sledgehammer sized scalpel to his rerigging of the original, slowing it beyond his already normally slow pace. This brilliantly exposes the chants and horns, revealing their inherent funk, and plays them off against the whistles of his namesake and processed Peruvian flutes. A brief break for an announcement, and he's back to his playful repurposing.
Ayayaya - Take one part funky berimbau, 2 parts South Sea islander chanting, and a deep pot of drunken horns. Stir in liberal amounts of clotted funk bass and guitar; voila... an iridescent bowlful of jumping party beans.
Last Drunk at the Party - South American rhythms open underneath whistles and horns, as the party begins. African chants float over mutant funk bass and guitar as the crowd goes and blows wildly, there's a scruffy live drum breakdown from Lyle Molzan, then disperses leaving one fool tooting in singular bliss.
Bahia Shuffle - Takes frenetically skewed Bahian beats and overlays them with a barrage of backwards basses. Chopped introductions from old Arabic 78s ride atop a salvo of keyboards (courtesy D Bayne) which provide alternating tension and release that give glimpses of expanded vistas to close.