The Audio Bully’s have never been as popular as a good Annabel Chong movie – until now. There is no wide-boy-west-London rapping here. Instead they have reached into the vaults of sound and bought the winning ticket at the bootleg stakes. In one skilful move the Audio Bullys have dissembled Nancy Sinatra’s haunting “Shot you down”, as featured in Tarrentino’s Kill Bill Pt1, and welded it to a stunningly sexy arrangement. Ingredients include a most excellent wobbly bass-line, an undeniable groove, tight-edits, bleeps and a positively ridiculous self-indulgent crescendo – above all, this is raw, stripped-down and bare – and then there is Nancy’s voice. Like Peter Andre and Jordan the two pieces of music appear to sit at odds with each other and yet fit together like a fairy on a Christmas tree. This tune is not just provocative, its down right no-underwear-under a cocktail dress rude. It won’t just ignite a dance-floor it will burn down the disco.