I don't believe I've ever heard this remix.
I got the 90125 LP right around the millennium. I heard it again somewhere and was reminded that it had those ill hip hop horn stabs ( @youneedcoolin, it's obvious they're hip hop derived sounds, but can you point me at the source for the MacClaren connection?) Next time it popped up in a dollar bin, I copped. The unexpected part was "Leave It" worked well as an a cappella, and the chorus with all of them harmonizing could be transformed nicely. so I'd match the tempo of "Leave It" with the beat playing on the one just in my headphone, then switch it over to "Owner" and cut in the horn stabs for a bit, then mix in "Leave It" over the beat, kill the beat at the chorus, switch that record out to the next jam, transform the second bar of the chorus, kill it and drop the next beat. Two for one. Worked like a charm.
Years later, my friend Tranerek was going through my crates. He's a bigger record head than anyone (and it takes one to know one.) He saw 90125 and remarked that it was Trevor Horn from AON on it, which was revelatory. I knew he would be the type to know about these things, but like everyone else ITT has remarked, once it's said, the truth of it is obvious. I didn't know that it was the whole AON and that it was their genesis; I thought it was the other way around, that Yes had recruited Horn away from AON.