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It doesn't get a lot more old school than this. Hang on to your teeth as that insolent, needling high-pitched synth line drives you out of your mind and sends you rampaging round your local supermarket to toss dried pasta everywhere in a dance frenzy because it's 2.30pm and no nightclubs are open. As Keith says, "the writing's on the wall",

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