'Rivers of Jordan' starts with awkward, 'White Horse'-esque bleeps before the track goes deep with a soft mattress of synth chords and a panned synth hook. All that cuts out out when the whispered female vocal is introduced; no need to hear what she's saying, she brings the dreams. Flash Atkins then gets to work on building the layers around it to great effect. Also on the EP is a Crazy P track. Paper released their second LP in 2002 so it's only fitting they should grace this milestone release.