"I am Jagger '67... I want you in your perspex skirt" could easily be a tabloid tag line to an embarrassing incident at a Rolling Stones birthday party. Fortunately this has nothing to with Mick the pensioner. It's more of mantra to summon heyday era Stones hedonism. But if old rubber lips tried to shake a maraca to this, he'd probably put his hip out.
This is dirty, gyrating dance music. Of course, these days most of the dancing is done on the beer tacked floors of the indie disco, and this is no exception. Starting somewhere between The Chemical Brothers and Audio Bullys, it quickly smacks out a no nonsense beat and melody that sounds like it was sung by the bloke from the Ronseal advert. With the horn. Down the local. Get Into Me is more about swagger than a ten pints of Stella kick in the ribs. It's almost baggy. Almost rock. Almost an A-side. Then four remixes by the like of The Propellerheads and Eraserhead give a master class in 'proper' dance music.
The vintage spirit of Jagger '67 downloaded on iPods by his groupies' grandchildren for all night parties.