For obvious reasons, the person (or people) behind this mysterious re-edit release wish to remain nameless. There's not much we can tell you about the record's origin, either. What we can say, though, is that it's really rather good. The untitled A-side - a pleasingly reverential, scalpel edit style revision of a vaguely well-known disco scorcher rich in clipped guitar lines, stylish female vocals, rubbery bass and crunchy beats - is particularly potent. Over on the flipside you'll find the breezy, party-hearty sing-along that is "Track 2" and the righteous "Track 3". This particular rearrangement focuses on the addictive horn lines and bouncy groove of a lesser-known disco-funk workout, in the process delivering a particularly on-point edit. It truly is a "treasure full of pleasure".