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Released: August 2000

Built around Carol Williams’ 1977 Salsoul stormer ‘Love Is You’, Cristiano Spiller’s disco reanimation realised its hit potential when Sophie Ellis-Bextor – then more famous for being Janet Ellis’s daughter than her stint as singer with indie also-rans theaudience – was brought in to add some well-to-do Twickenham sang-froid. Her prim delivery rubbing up against the Chic-like chukka-chukka guitar was a true celebration of Studio 54’s high-class sheen.

 
 

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