"Shook Ones, Pt. 2" might have made the ultimate case for the ability of a remix to transform a good song into a classic, but here we have an example of the "less is more" philosophy at work. While Part 2 of Rapper Noyd's first single essentially relegated him to a supporting role on his own track, the original recipe proved to be a far more effective portrait of menace. Over sparse percussion and the haunting wails of disembodied banshees, Noyd and Prodigy trade tales of Winter Warz while threatening to leave you "paralyzed from your feet up."