Those pesky plastic brick enthusiasts are at it again, as the Lego Editors take their rusty scalpels to the amusingly titled Delay Lama's "Funky Tibet". Their "Lego ReFunk" comes in three parts, with the main (EP-opening) version offering the tightest, peak-time ready revision - all jaunty horns, crispy funk drums, rubbery bass, foreboding backing vocals and razor sharp guitars - and "Part 3" playing around with effects in a dancefloor disco dub style. The headline revision comes from pal Vito Lalinga, who opts for a smoother beat, greater use of jazz-funk style trumpet and sax solos (buried a little in the Lego Edit mixes), and lashings of wonderfully warm Fender Rhodes electric piano.
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