Having bought both of Basement Jaxx's full length albums (Remedy & Rooty) I couldn't pass up getting my hands on this single. I first heard about Basement Jaxx from the Coca-Cola commercial which had the song "Red Alert." I immediatley fell in love. I bought Remedy and was VERY impressed. About a month later I bought Rooty. It wasn't as good as Remedy, but it's still great music. From Rooty I was really only impressed with three tracks, and two of which are either on or remixed on this disc. So I bought it. Tracks 1 through 5 are good, each with their own beat and style. Jus 1 Kiss never really impressed me, but track 6 is better than the original. Track 7 has a good dance beat to begin and then it gets better with a little industrial effect. Track 8 is probably the worst track. It has a good feel, but it lacks a climax to the point where it almost feels redundant. Track 9 is the Romeo acoustic version which I thought would be great to hear. I mean two DJs making a acoustic version of a good, fast, upbeat song? It should be great. But it ended up being a disappointment. It seems like a watered-down version of the original Romeo. But it's still interesting to see Basement Jaxx to take this route. The video on the enhanced part of the CD is great. I don't know if the video is available on Astralwerks' website, but I hadn't seen it before I bought this CD. It's a funny video that can't be told about, you have to experience it. Overall, this disc is great. I recommend it to anyone who likes any Basement Jaxx, you'll appreciate it.