With the 'Your Body is my Body' remixes, Ellen Allien follows the course she has established with 'Magma' and her third album Thrills: Dance, lose control, turn your inside out! Troy Pierce's mix comes across as a calm, minimal version, sprucing up Ellen's elechtech from a straightforward, hypnotic angle. Pierce turns it into a neat dance floor track. All you wanna do is nod your head to the beat to forget where you are. Later on, you might ask yourself what that name on your door is supposed to mean. And of course, the Minus-BPitch Control connection is a welcome revival of the old Detroit-Berlin axis. The original version is the best example for what Ms. Allien has always associated with Hypnotich Elechtech: Straight and clear lines with few distractions and discreetly placed vocals make it so you can (and must) dance with your eyes shut and your ears wide open. BPitch Control label-mate Kiki opens a Pandora's box with his mix and dissects Ellen Allien into tiny slices, which are merely held together by the power of the pads and melodies. What remains is Ellen Allien's voice, which before was more integrated into the sound, but now acts as the track's common thread.