|1.||"Dra Te Haelvete" (Todd Terje edit) (4:46)|
|2.||"Dra Te Haelvete" (Todd Terje disco dub) (5:35)|
|1.||"Dra Te Haelvete" (Prins Thomas remix) (6:18)|
|2.||"Dra Te Haelvete" (Todd Terje acid remix) (5:11)|
Comedian Espen Beranek Holm might seem like an unlikely Norwegian disco pioneer, but his 1981 single "Dra Te Haelvete" - a sweary, guitar-laden Italo-disco chugger about a man's efforts to get high - has long been a favourite of adventurous Norse DJs. Here, Todd Terje's Olsen Records has decided to give it a re-release, with the man himself providing a trio of reworks. There's a delay-laden, radio-friendly Edit, a strutting, stripped-back Disco Dub, and a thrillingly alien and out-there Acid Mix (which, typically, also features a Clavinet breakdown). This 12" also includes a dubby, punk funk flavoured interpretation from Prins Thomas.
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