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Basement Jaxx : Get Me Off
Ooh, that sexy pant music just keeps on coming...
It's hard to imagine Basement Jaxx
in the peacock-plumed Stormtrooper helmets and bejewelled sporrans now de rigueur for aspiring dance blokes, but nevertheless, 'Get Me Off' resembles Prince doing the dirty with a Hewlett Packard Deskjet laserprinter and is rather bracing as a result. Obligatory electroclash remix duties are entrusted to the scene's Widow Twankey, Peaches, who somehow manages to make the tune boring even while she's squeaking, "Don't wanna be witty/ Just lick my titty". Felix Da Housecat must've been doing his invoices that day.
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