During the early days of the nu-disco phenomenon, New York's Neurotic Drum Band were a go-to outfit for labels looking for a little dirty, mind-altering electronic disco fusion. Here, Elliot Taub and John Selway re-surface after a four-year absence, and this time they've got legendary Liquid Liquid member Sal Principato in tow. In its' original form, "Get Back Into Yourself" is deep and woozy, with subtle nods towards punk-funk and Metro Area amongst its' rich grooves and trippy vocals. The accompanying remix package is notably strong, and includes a 400 Blows-meets-acid house version from Tyler Pope, a sleazy, four-to-the-floor, weirdo house interpretation from Max McFerren, and a muscular, Italo-influenced dark-room rework by Eli Escobar.
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