Chicagoan veteran Paul Johnson has always been something of a chameleon. While he made his name with pumping jack tracks and Chi-town acid, he's also released boompty, ghetto tracks and straight-up funky fodder. "Let Me See You Butterfly" is a full-on ghetto-funk affair, like an updated version of his occasional mid '90s outings on Dance Mania (think looped vocals, footwork-influenced rhythms and plenty of cheeky hustle). The pumping (and rather fine) original comes backed with no less than eight remixes. There's not room to wax lyrical about all of them, but we suggest checking the Cosmic Kids' brilliant disco version (a groover of gargantuan proportions), Romain BNO's techno-funk makeover, and DJ Deeon's trio of deep jack-meets-Dance Mania mixes.
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