|1.||"Bostich" (Fred Everything Lazy Days remixes version 1)|
|1.||"Bostich" (Fred Everything Lazy Days remixes version 2)|
Back in 2005 US label Moxx put out a bootleg electronic cut using sounds from Yello's "Bostich" track; its hypnotic percussion and driving bass secured the track as a staple in record bags worldwide. Here Yello's "Bostich" has been used again, this time remixed by Fred Everything with two 'Lazy Days' versions for his label. "Version 1" is barely recognizable from the 1980's pumping original (if you aren't familiar with it we urge you to check it out nowish - trust us, you'll be glad you did). The once dominant drum rolls are softened and the vocal distorted and slowed into a relaxed and happily chugging interpretation. "Version 2" bounces with more power, focusing on tinny percussions and electronic key splashes infused with the bizarre-but-brilliant original vocal samples.
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