The Original works a kind of midtempo disco-house vibe, and here it's pretty much all about a monster of a bassline, one that reminds me (rather a lot, actually) of Loverush's Same Ol' Thing, which came out on Credence, ooh, years ago.
Then you get Ed Lee's Disco Mix, which plays down the b-line and ditches the rather 80s "I can't get enough" vocal, but adds tuffer beats, a spoken vocal breakdown ("in the beginning, before house, before acid, techno, before all of that… we had disco") and shedloads of brass, wukka-wukking guitars and cowbells. And then finally, the Days Off Remix, which uses both vocals, and is the one that'll appeal most to lovers of synthy nu-disco of the Nang/Tirk/etc variety.
I'm digging all three rubs, making this a very solid bet for sure.
Out: This week
About: This comes, as stated, on Norman H's Essex-based label Stripped Digital