Hypnotised was one of the singles that came off of Oakenfold's artist album "Bunkka", as well as Paul Oakenfold's double CD DJ album, "Great Wall." The single for Hypnotised tries to do what the album version that appears on Bunkka did not, and tries to create a catchy full loaded trance song. This ends up working for the most part, as one can tell from just listening to either the Deepsky Reaktor remix or the Kowalski remix. Of the two, the Kowalksi remix is the definte more trancy version. Oakenfold though chose to put the Deepsky version on Great Wall, which in a way just adds more value to the release, since you would have to buy this CD to hear the Kowalski version. It should be noted though that the Kowalski version of Hypnotised does appear on various other DJ comps from 2003-4, but none of them are of course official Oakenfold releases. Also, Oakenfold had the Kowalski remix used for the video for Hypnotised.
Hypnotised is a decent single, but it will of course never be enough for those who feel bitter for buying Bunkka, since it only features 5 tracks, one of which is the same version from Bunkka. Still, the trance versions of Hypnotised are addictive as well as enchanting, and should be looked into. If perhaps Oakenfold managed to gain at least one or two more friends to contribute remixes, there is a feeling that this would nave been one heck of a single.