[Bars 91-92] The change of tempo is notoriously tricky here, with even (dare I say it) the original lurching ever so slightly. I’ve squared off the rhythm a little to make it easier, but you need to listen really carefully to the pulsing synth line to ground you in the new tempo. [Bars 93-104] Pete’s lovely melody borrows from the parallel key of F minor for the Eb chord that creates a really nice ‘twist’ for the ears. This means the Eb needs to be targeted here rather than the E natural from F Major, which is used for the other three chords. As with the previous section, use the synth line to help you keep time, especially on the longer streams of 16th notes. The final two bars can be particularly challenging with regard to timing, as the rhythms are syncopated across the beat. So take your time with this, clapping the rhythm first as necessary.