All Night Wrong is the latest album of re-mixes for the dancefloor from hell on all the wrong drugs at the wrong time to help us all get back raving. Therefore it's perfect for the madness we find ourselves in. As Horton who was head honcho in They Came From The Stars I Saw Them shows off his mad as a march hare and then some disco remix skills.
The album opens with the so wrong it's wrong re-mix of the Lionel Rich Tea horror of an earworm All Night Wrong that in Hortons hands has all sorts of disturbing noises added to make it, less slash your wrists, more super weird trip, with the weird repeating vocal getting seriously warped, as it's attacked to make it almost acceptable. It's all sorts of wrong but the song has never been right to begin with, I particularly like the grunting bloke that sounds like he's had a couple of disco biscuits too many before it goes proper nosebleed techno mad.
Hail Eris is sung mantra like over a clap track and disco beat before the weird noises come flying through your speakers and mind as that mantra keeps going, super odd acoustic guitar break with ocarina and other sound effects leading into tribal drumming and a recorder all come together or not to get us up trying to keep in time to this as it shifts and mutates and that bass hits deep almost like a club is now dancing in time to this doing some sort of mutant discordant Zumba routine to it.
I'm Too Sexy Two should be heard at about 3 in the morning in the dark room of a very twisted club as those beats really help to get the juices flowing as things get freakier and freakier, as the mad rhubarb and Custard style noises, make you want to go sploshing, just in time for the I'm Too Sexy vocal to come in, as things get ever messier, the pills hit every synapse, as you wonder at the Teutonic parts making you dance like your marching on the spot while getting flailed.
Dum Dum Bells as a solid bells ringing riff and a deep dancefloor drum and bass beat that pulse and shake and someone strikes up a typewriter as those bells keep gnawing away at you.
Version Five Point Two is digi-dub dancefloor magic with all the sorts of mad and odd diversions you'd expect without expecting, all sorts of casio-core early computer games noises and rattling of corrugated iron fences style percussion a squelchy-delic breakcore ending.
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