7/10 Clinton Staff review, 01 November 2013
Earlier this year when awarding Young Galaxy’s hopeless album 4 out of 10 I came to the conclusion that they have ended up with a sound something akin to School of Seven Bells as manipulated by Simon Cowell. Not that this could be a general worldwide opinion as my finger is so far away from the pulse these days that its barely even worth even taking my opinion into consideration.
Generally the music industry rule of late is, if credibility is urgently required then buy yourself some decent remixes. Here, London trendy people Factory Floor have been drafted in to provide a pulsating piece of electronica that thankfully has no slithers of the original left. Toy are much over-rated too but here they come up with a nice krauty slice of drifty electronics - there’s hope yet.
Finally we get a Dan Lissvik (Studio) edit of the original which isn’t bad at all, ready for the dancefloor, nice and icy although sadly, bits of the original can be clearly heard through the edits immediately undoing everyones good work. Still, despite the Phil Collins drum solo, on reflection I quite enjoyed this.
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