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Intentionally dated, at least in terms of the scratched siren sound, 'Get It Up' is actually more devious than it seems, especially in its description of the bacchanalian atmosphere in a club that could be modelled on the famous Tunnel Club in Manhattan, but is actually somewhere more grimy. It must be, what with people getting blowjobs in corners, a palpable air of menace in the air, the pregnant threat of violence, and, as the heavy beats fade, a robbery that nets someone's diamond-encrusted jewellery.
Truly, Sticky Fingaz is a master of the mise-en-scene, with a careful eye for just the right amount of detail.
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