Nottingham disco-house-funksters Crazy P will release their sixth (count 'em) studio album later this autumn. Ahead of that, they attempt to whet our appetites with this first new single since for what seems like an eternity. "Open For Service" starts off sounding like a Crazy P take on "Penthouse & Pavement" era Heaven 17 (check those intro drums...) before morphing into their usual goodtime blend of big pianos, cheeky disco guitars and catchy choruses. In a bid to save on remix fees, producers Chris "Hot Toddy" Todd and Jim "Ron Basejam" Baron handle the reworks themselves, respectively turning in superior stripped down and string-drenched dancefloor versions.
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