The Bastard Boys Remix of Cantaloupe Island is worthy of note since it uses that instantly-recognisable piano riff only quite sparingly, thus rendering it more playable – the original version was a smile-inducer, sure, but did have a whiff of 'novelty' about it. Not convinced the same trick works on DJ Whore – here they've used less of the Bronx-accented girl speaking which was the main thing I liked about DJ Whore in the first place, and without it the track becomes a fairly generic house/techno workout. Never mind though, cos the Dainty Doll Remix is a nice rolling, slightly disco-fied take that gets just a little bit proggy towards the end, and is very playable, though again there's less of the vocal.
Just to save you scrolling down, here's the original review by the way.
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