So, the remixer in question is none other than Sandy Rivera, and whatever the original might have sounded like, in his hands Sentimentios becomes a decent slab of house that's kind of deep but in a big room way… that is, it's quite driving and accessible, but it's also heads-down and non-cheesy, the sort of thing you might expect to hear Sanchez play in Ibiza, for instance. In fact, let's be honest, Ibiza is exactly where this is aimed at.
And yeah, if you heard this at, say, Pacha, then it'd no doubt sound great. Personally I can't be doing with the wailing ethnic vocal at all, but you might like it, and anyway there's a Dub that dispenses with it entirely, so that's okay.
Out: Now (but only just – came out on Monday)