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1 out of 10
Given that everyone and his toilet roll knows who the gaga lady is at the moment, probably the best way to review this, her latest considered work of aural art, is to imagine the reactions of the various remixers on being asked to do their business on Paparazzi. . .
Filthy Dukes - 'Yeah, OK. We've got a backing track somewhere waiting for some vocal stabs. . .'
Stuart Price - 'Not a problem - I've got an old Korg with a demo mode that'd be IDEAL. . .'
Yuksek - 'Ohhh. . .my. . .GOD I would soooo be all over this! Can I rub it into a massive hardcore gay deconstruction? Can I remix it hooked into my coma-suspension cradle? I'd really like that. . .'
Moto Blanco - 'It's going to be a big disco tune, whatever. That OK?'
Demo - 'This is one deep, fucking song, man. Can it be slowed down a bit? Make it a bit deeper?'
James Camareta - 'Well. . . erm . . . OK, but I am a bit busy.'
You get the idea. Without the titting about in the tabloids, what we have is another track that Eurovision would shit into a bag. Hardly worth our ancestors crawling out of the sea for, really.
1. Paparazzi (Radio Edit)
2. Paparazzi (Filthy Dukes Remix)
3. Paparazzi (Stuart Price Remix)
4. Paparazzi (Yuksek Remix)
5. Paparazzi (Moto Blanco Remix)
6. Paparazzi (Demo Remix)
7. Paparazzi (James Camareta Remix)