Picture if you will, a street scene. Young kids on a corner beating skippy percussion on plastic containers for money. A rim falling off a tire creates the sound of light chords being played. The blind man across the street play heavy bass on a homemade instrument while the kids start to get slap happy on their makeshift drum kit. Meanwhile, a homeless man dressed in motley assortment of clothes drifts throught the crowds repeatedly praying "All praises due" to himself. This is the sonic palette from which Pablo aka Michael Hunter draws. The second mix starts with rapid fire percussion and a much heavier kick, which, in a slight way, conjures up the chant from KC Flight's "Voices". A sustained string line segues into haunting animal noises, but what makes this version is the simple and bad ass disco loop which breaks in and out of the song. The b-side represents with a hip hop track that pays respects to all the leaders of the genre by superbly blending samples of each group saying their names over wicked scratching. "Inside Out" is an intelligent drum 'n' bass track full of ambient washes, bird calls, chimes, and classic Chinese theatre music. All praises due.