Shield, the man behind Italian dance label Oxyd Records, is also the man behind Atlantis. For the most part, the pedestrian beats and squidgy acid FX are rather ordinary, with only a sort of lift-off noise to really hold the interest. However, around the halfway mark comes a superb piano and eastern strings breakdown, which sounds like it's been transplanted from some epic film. There are enough twists and turns in the original to make it worth a listen, yet, despite high praise from various DJs, the King Roc mix is a less distinctive affair.



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