You are greeted with a monotonous, repetitive drumbeat that gradually cresendos into more monotony and repetition. In other words, after a mere thirty seconds, you are given the feeling that Paul Jackson already has something to make up to you.
The track in question is Rock 'N' Roll, which is
essentially a mindless creation. It has a beat, it has some form of bassline and, perhaps thankfully in this case, no vocals. It's the kind of track you hear when you see a clubbing scene in Neighbours, without the comedy appeal. Its biggest problem is its lack of identity - you could sit through the entire song several times and still not be able to hum it (which is crazy given its repetitive nature).
The single is redeemed somewhat by b-side The Way We Do It, which, unlike Rock 'N' Roll, sounds like it took more than a commerical music-making program to make. It boasts a pleasing, pounding beat, reminiscent of Leftfield (read: lifted from Leftfield). The Way We Do It is by no means a bad track, and it will certainly do the job if it's the kind of thing you're after. That being predictable trance, in this case.