Ominous. I never thought of it as a creepy song before, although it’s highly dramatic. But this remix (I couldn’t call it a cover) adds a layer of sound that enhances the drama in a rather dark way. I can’t say it’s an improvement – that’s not possible – but it is an interesting experiment. Brian Eno’s compositions, when they’re not being purposely ambient, are very cinematic. Without words there’s a definite story, arcing to a climax. Eno songs do pop up in movies with some frequency. They’re atmospheric without descending into Philip Glass territory. That is, Eno is never atonal, unpleasant or droning, nor does he strive to be depressing. There’s also a minimalism there that leaves room for tinkerers to add new elements. Whomever pasted the burbles and voice onto this track was no genius, but they’re on the right track. Why there isn’t a stronger flow of Eno remixes I don’t know. Because he’s still very much alive to possibly disapprove? But I don’t think he would. The inventor of the cut and paste remix would probably only applaud others taking bits of his work to refashion something new.