Following fine scalpel-focused outings from LTJ and Les Inferno, many of many aliases Stefano De Gama returns to Samosa with a trio of subtly tooled-up disco edits. A-side -Son of Slave- sees him join together bits of soulful disco-era classics -Slide- and -Son of Slide- to form a tasty new whole. While heavily compressed and noticeably chunkier than either of the original tracks, De Gama s version is loose enough to please those who think edits should merely be DJ-friendly re-arrangements. Turn to the flipside for the lolloping, low-slung Afro-funk goodness of -1972- and the throbbing peak-time disco celebration of filter-sporting closer -Star Buk-. This too boasts booming drums and bass, but also enough musical looseness to avoid the usual disco-house pitfalls.