Yeah, don't all rush to my blog at once. The reason I bring this up is finding this: http://www.contactmusic.com/new/home.nsf/webpages/klonhertzx20x11x03
"It has an infectious bassline which you may have heard on ‘Connection’ by Elastica and then used by Dom Jolly as the intro to his Trigger Happy TV programme. The beats roll with the bass, to get your legs moving, with atmospheric sampling and electric guitar chords to give it a trance feel. The vocals make the track alternative. Kelly’s accent has an accentuated English Southern drawl that borders on cool or highly irritating depending how you look at it. I doubt this track will be played in decades to come."
I love the bluntness of that last statement. I love how guitar chords are supposedly an indicator of trance. I love the fact he thinks the target audience have never heard of Elastica. But what I most love is that IT'S CALLED THREE GIRL RHUMBA, IT'S A COVER OF WIRE'S THREE GIRL RHUMBA, AND PRESUMABLY ITS STATUS AS A COVER WAS MENTIONED IN THE PRESS RELEASE YOU GOT THE DJ AND VOCALIST'S NAMES FROM.