More remixes from the acclaimed "Deeply Rooted" album by Nottingham's finest exponent of reggae and dancehall, Origin One. Picking up where Volume 1 left off, here we find more previously unreleased reworks of tracks from the album that first found support from the likes of David Rodigan, Don Letts, Toddla T, Steve Lamaqc and many more. Kicking things off is Robot Riddims computerised soca working of "World Peace" featuring Russian reggae don Tenor Youthman. Fellow Notts producers MNTX get to grips with Soom T on "Jah Jah" offering a lighter reflection of Danny T & Tradesman's reworking found on Volume 1. Next, Rukus go deep on "High Grade" with K.O.G. on vocals whilst Congi go even deeper on the instrumental "Dread & Buried" taking the track into unchartered dub depths. LXNDLXRD flexes his 2 step garage meets grime remix of "Gyal A Wine Up", chopping up XL Mad's vocals, then we find Metalheadz very own Zero T, giving the anthemic "Tribute" his trademark sparse-yet-full production stamp. More drum & bass comes with Born On Road's Kelvin 373 and Selecta J-Man going heavy on the classic "High Grade" again, finishing off with T-Kay's lively rerub of Gardna & Nanci Correia's "Nice & Easy". Most definitely a little of something for everybody!