The Booty Breaks series hits its 21st volume and their party is just as hot, heavy and heaving with variety as it was when they launched in 2008. "Let Me Go" sees Maverick Sabre go under the knife to euphoric effect. Emphasising the drama of the original with added turbo-bass, it's an exemplary rendition of how to pay complete respect with bootleg science. "Champagne", meanwhile, takes Sneakbo's hedonistic rave tale "Zim Zimma", removes the original's OTT trance-informed synths and gives it the naughtier, detuned synth bass licks it deserved in the first place. Many would argue it's better than the original...
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