It was way back in 1991 that Carl Cox delivered his first genuine dancefloor smash, the full-throttle hardcore anthem that was "I Want You (Forever)". 26 years on, the track gets the remix treatment, with Leeds lad Josh Butler - most famous for his releases on Cajual, Madtech and Strictly Rhythm - providing the 21st century polish. Despite the current fashion for all things rave-related, Butler has instead decided to re-make the cut as a stomping chunk of fuzzy and bass-heavy late night tech-house/acid house fusion. While hugely different from Cox's original, it's undoubtedly in the same hedonistic spirit, and the presence of the same heady vocal samples and wide-eyed pads should induce a few misty-eyed moments amongst older dancers.
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