Having impressed heads via an impressive array of re-edits and original productions on his own Disco Legends and Soulful Legends imprints, house and nu-disco producer Twism pops up on Midnight Riot for the very first time. "What I'd Do", which is available in full-length and radio edit variations, is an enjoyable, on-point revision of a soaring, late '70s style disco bumper rich in strong choruses, prominent "walking" bass, punchy horn refrains, rising orchestration and clipped, Chic style guitar motifs. Oh, and some suitably tasty synthesizer solos. Twism has beefed up the groove underpinning the original track a bit, but his additional production is subtle enough to sit naturally and not sound forced. As a result, "What I'd Do" is one of the stronger re-edits we've heard this month.
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