One of the biggest tunes of the year gets an exciting energy filled remix from Denzal Park. The pounding drums featured in the original mix are softer and more progressive in the remode version while the build up is slightly elongated. Things change very drastically at approximately the 1:46 mark where a totally different sound is incorporated into the transition before the bridge. Needless to say, the folks at Dancing Astronaut were very impressed, which lead us to this question – is the remode better than the original? What do you guys think? Sound off in the comments after you give this one a listen!
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