CHRISTOPHER + RAPHAEL JUST
(originally performed by Tricky Disco)
Bleeps & Bass, Part 2! By covering the 1992 GTO-rave-hit, Christopher & Raphael Just consistently go on with their tribute to those halcyon days.
Telephone sounds are, in an insisting and inevitable way and flanked by dry beats, being swinged and pushed up cascade-like over the holy disco bass again and again to the ultimate refrain, heralding - by sawtooth and an apocalyptic peal of bells - the ultimate party happiness.
Confronting the pressure to succeed, build up by the success of their first single, with a smile on their face, Just & Just are presenting the perfect follow up: just like Popper - but completely different and even better.
Every Saturday afternoon he dresses up and elaborately blow-dries his lion`s mane in order to enter the Vienna Prater, because that`s where he is - the king of Tagada. Watch him, when he puts on a solemn face and spins around with breathtaking speed, mastering all the figures, keeping his balance even standing on one leg. And here as well: disco, disco, disco. The little melody coquetting with the powerful organ of the St.Stephan`s Cathedral seems to sound familiar. But sometimes our hero becomes romantic, almost sad. Then he enters a white plastic swan and lonely floats his way...