If Laidback Luke remixes it, it’s worth listening to at least once, and even if you aren’t a big Enrique fan, just once likely won’t suffice. By eliminating most of the “deep”, “meaningful” lyrics, Laidback Luke adds a level of musical complexion that trumps the original pop track. Yes, it’s typical and expected from one of the best producers out there, but the sequences and sounds delivered should be referenced and studied by whoever made the original.
Laidback Luke takes the foundation of the original and runs the opposite direction, creating a house track that will see plenty of club plays. Admittedly, Luke acknowledges it’s “housier” track from his other projects, which some will enjoy and others will frown upon. However he chooses describe the remix, one thing is for certain, it is a lot easier on the ears than the original.