But like many of the tracks that seem to get caned mercilessly and enter into "20xx anthem status," I can't help feeling that we could do better. Solid tune, solid producer, but it's certainly not a pox on "Bell Clap Dance," "Enfants (Chants)," "Una Pena" or even "Nesrib," which seemed to all do similar things not so long ago.
B-side "Empty Trash" follows in the same tradition, but I tend to enjoy it more because of the way that Voorn beats his vocal sample into the ground before giving you the quick release of letting the uncredited singer finish her wordless cry. Again, we're not reinventing the wheel here—and Rejected in 2009 hasn't tried to—but for some graceful dance floor tools, you could do a lot worse. Just don't try to play either by themselves, and ask me to remember them in the morning.