A 1995 minimal house
track by Winx (Josh Wink
) on the Nervous
label. Characterized by an incessant rhythmic laugh
(eeha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
) processed through resonant filters and a 303 bassline that didn't quite reach the squelching preportions of A Higher State of Consciousness
. The various mixes ranged from 126 to 136 BPM.
In 1995, this track was unavoidable. I even heard it in a bowling alley. It was played in a strip club, which really didn't make much sense. I mean, it seems like an insult to play it while a woman is taking her clothes off. Of course, it was in heavy rotation in clubs.
The Sound Factory remix was done by Junior Vasquez and featured a multitude of Looney Tunes samples, ending in Elmer Fudd's "That's All, Folks!" At the time I thought it was pretty creative, but looking back, it seems rather cheesy. I prefer the original mix now.