Uniting Nations (nothing to do with Kofi Annan) consist of policeman Paul Keenan and reformed thief Daz Sampson. It can only be assumed they were travelling in the back of a police van together with the siren blaring, looked at each other and said; "You know what? This would make a wicked tune!" and a career was born. Following on from the huge, Hall & Oates-lifting Out Of Touch, You And Me is pretty much in the same vein - albeit minus any royalty-sapping samples.
This kind of vocal disco-house was done to perfection by Roger Sanchez's Another Chance and there is no real need for more of the same - aside from the fact it's perfect for spilling your beer to on any lager-fuelled Euro-dancefloor. You And Me is chart-harassing dance-by-numbers designed for mass consumption and comes in a staggering seven, similar-sounding versions. Sitting through them all back-to-back can only be likened to eating a bumper, family size pack of saccharin-laced Dairylea: you have been warned!
To return to the legal theme, if it were purely down to originality, the duo would be banged-up for this crime against music straight away. But for pure cheesy anthem-flogging, let's just call it a suspended sentence.