Having returned from a five-year sabbatical back in September with the P-funk-meets-synth-pop goodness of "Faded Denim Wash", the Ursula 1000 comeback gathers pace. "Blast Off" is an unashamed tribute to the muscular, Italo-influenced, synthesizer-heavy electro-disco of Patrick Cowley and Giorgio Moroder, complete with a Sylvester-inspired vocal from American drag queen Lady Bunny. The accompanying remixes are pretty strong, too, and range from warehouse-friendly house (see Vanilla Ace's piano-laden version) and piano-laden broken beat (the Eli Escobar dub), to throbbing, masculine EDM (a bouncy, stomping interpretation from Manotti Da Vinci). As solid as the reworks are, it's the tongue-in-cheek original that stands out.
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