The album Six Million Ways To Live has been out for
some time now, but it's good to see one of its best,
funkiest moments getting a single release. The radio
edit keeps the punchy bassline and breakbeat that
hark back to the sound of mid '90s Brighton, with a
decent rap over the top to boot.
The remix packages are chalk and cheese. DJ Touche
turns in a fired up, four to the floor number that
bears little resemblance to the original, but in a
good way. The Dogtown Clash mix builds on the track's
breaks potential, a tough rhythm sorting the Pistols
out. The Boutros on the Beach mix is just wrong, a
slowed down effort that misses its chill out target by
It's a good single release all round though, with
Official Chemical second only to the mighty Problem Is
on the album. Now for something new!