Rush Hour's trawl through the back catalogue of the irreplaceable Anthony 'Shake' Shakir comes to an end with a final three-track romp. As with the previous three releases, every track is nigh on essential. This time round, there's a much more obvious funk swing to proceedings, with all three tracks displaying clear soul and disco influences. The relentless military snares and Rhodes riffs of "The Other One" particularly impresses, but there's also little to call between the Detroit techno meets NY disco pomp of "Plugged In" and the simple pleasures of "The Floorfiller". In many ways, it doesn't matter; like the rest of the series, the whole EP is an essential purchase.