|1.||"Okay Okay" (4:19)|
|2.||"Okay Okay" (Sleazy McQueen & VinylAddicted edit) (6:03)|
|1.||"Okay Okay" (Lillo Carillo & Deaf Kick edit) (6:21)|
|2.||"Hey Ciao Tu" (Guido Minisky/The Reflex edit) (6:24)|
Pino D'Angio enjoyed an interesting career, finding fame in his native Italy as both an author and composer. Around the turn of the '80s, he released a number of fine disco cuts, including the tasty "Okay Okay". It boasted a gravelly rap in Italian, rubbery electric bass, twinkling electric piano solos, and just the right amount of bouncy disco swing. Here, Editor's Kutz have licensed the original, backing it up with a pair of fresh re-edits: a subtle, punchier touch-up from Sleazy McQueen and VinylAddicted, and a disco-house tweak from Lillo and Deaf Kick. Arguably best of all, though, is The Reflex's adjustment of Guido Minisky's re-edit of sax-laden, boogie era jazz-funk jam "Hey Ciao Tu".
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