Prins Thomas and Italian Italo-meets-Giallo revivalists Margot are old sparring partners, having remixed each other's work for many years. Here, the Norwegian boss presents a selection of his obscure and unheard remixes of Margot's work on his Internasjonal imprint. The real killer is probably his rework of "Goblin", which turns the track into a low-slung dub disco charmer complete with delay-laden guitars, fuzzy bottom-end pressure and metronomic synthesizer arpeggios. There's plenty to get excited about elsewhere, though, including a pitch-perfect tweak of the acid-flecked nu disco-does-Italo jam "Randomizzami" and a spiralling dub of the woozy alien funk of "Merdona". There's also a decent bonus track in the shape of the warped electronics and fizzing synths of "Ottocento".
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