This cd single contains three remixes of Moby's brillant "Porcelain" off his cd "Play." 1. Clubbed to Death Version by Rob Dougan 6:36 2. Futureshock Instrumental 8:18 3. Torsten Stenzel's Edited Remix 4:50 The first mix is a very brillant mix that starts out like the original, but then brings in a harder beat which gives it a darker quality than the original version. About 3 minutes into the mix, it goes into an experimental electronic phase that takes the piano line and interweaves it with synthesizer parts that are truly beautiful. It also throws in some scratches to give it a little bit of a Massive Attack feel. Truly a great mix. The second mix has more of a house feel to it. It has a sample of "I never meant to hurt you" flowing through the mix which intertwines with the tribal influenced beat that keeps this mix going. It really kicks into gear when the loop from the original that opens the song is synthesized with a harder edge and wraps around the beats. Very good. The third mix is more in the vein of trance. It starts out with the piano part from the original and slowly goes into a BT-influenced synth arrangement. The piano part is sampled throughout balancing the synthesizer which creates a darkness to it. The only problem with this mix is that it's too short. When you're finally melting into the mood it's creating, it's over. I didn't give this a full five stars since none of the mixes use the beautiful lyrics of the original. Number two samples one line, but that's it. They are still worth having, especially the first mix which is incredible. This is the end of my review, "So this is goodbye."