Remixes by Plaid and Pole. "Tejada's all-time-classic - the clickety, euphoric 'Mono on Mono' gets a competent make-over by some of the electronic world's most unique sound-surgeons Plaid and Pole. First up is the most adventurous duo of Warp darlings Plaid who throw down a wiggling kinda broken electric-boogie beat paired with a tender main melody that has a sound between steeldrums and a children's musical box before we're lead into a more improvisational part that reminds of a electronically alienated muted French horn. Rather known as breeder of abstract, irregular rhythms reduced to the max, Pole catches us off-guard with a clever 4/4 dance interpretation. It still has his trademark crackling sounds and an affinity to classic dub technics with it's heavy, stoically pounding bassline dropping in and out of the mix yet manages in a 'finale furioso' with just cranking up the volume of one mad, spinet-like loop towards the end to set a primary rave signal driving a dancing crowd nuts.