Akasha FX strikes on Skeleton once again, but pulls the gears back and lets this classic-to-be unfold. It's the quirky riff of the title track that permeates the thick, nostalgic air, letting subtle melodic percussion complete the picture before the breathtaking vocal grandiosely takes over. Floating riffs soar over the rocksteady rhythm section and add even more emotion to the affair. Rob Hes dubs things out a bit, and right from the start the rubber-band bassline creates a hypnotic momentum upon which the mangled vocals from the original evolve. Buzzsaw synths creep in and slowly dominate the track while time-mangling effects are employed and a crackling rhythm section chugs along effortlessly.