Are you uncomfortable spending any amount of time single? Do you find yourself constantly hopping from one affair to another, falling head-over heels at the slightest provocation? Well, you’re gonna have to face it: you’re a Love Junkie. On the positive side, you’re in very good company, as evidenced by the talented collaborators who’ve assembled to remix this track off Donwill‘s newly-released solo LP. Here, beatsmith Wallpaper (with the help of The Park) switches out the original’s synth-driven groove for something more upbeat, pairing driving percussion with some insanely catchy retro samples as the Tanya Morgan member (and freestyle series alum) explains just how hooked he is on the chemical high that comes with a new romance. The latest of approximately a gazillion Booth favorites to undergo a stage-name switch in recent memory,
CA$HE commiserates with the headliner in a fresh guest verse, as Wallpaper tops it all off with an infectious bubblegum hook (replacing Peter Hadar‘s work on the original). Don Cusack in High Fidelity is out now in stores and online. In addition, this remix is set for inclusion on Mick Boogie‘s forthcoming Changemakers mixtape, release date TBD.
Written by richard on 03/31/10
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