Very occasionally, a record will come along that will stump us. You see, accurately describing and assessing "Babe (Don't Feed The Wildlife)" is a near-impossible task. It's an utterly crazy concoction; a kind of camp future disco torch song that boasts both "everything but the kitchen sink" production and an electric violin solo. It's rather good fun, but its hard to see quite where it fits in. It is, though, worth a spin. The Zaku-Chan remix is easier to pigeonhole, offering a sprightly fusion of cascading synth disco, French filter funk and skittish glitch-house that's both pleasingly engaging and blindingly exotic.
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