If you want a blast to remove the cobwebs and get you out of bed in the
morning, this could well be the kick up the backside you need.
T.Raumschmiere has never been an artist to do things by halves, and he
vocalises for the first time on this thumping good track.
Potential for crossover is rife - it's the sort of record you'd put on
to keep your parents out or annoy the neighbours. With Raumschmiere
admonishing his subject as "mediocre" and "boring" the rebel quotient is
also high, and the motoric rhythm makes for a good chorus and a decent
chance of a dance mix.
Which is where Phil Kieran comes in, turning in a couple of
decent turns for the harder techno dancefloor, while Ellen Allien
adds her own interpretation of another rhythmic number, Driving In Whiskey.
As so often the original is best, however - turn it up to eleven!