Review: The sole single from obscure French boogie outfit Klaps, released in limited quantities at some point in the early 1980s, has long been an in-demand item amongst moneyed record collectors. This reissue, then, should be great news to all those unwilling to fork out upwards of L500 for an original copy. It's a sublime slice of rubbery, synth-heavy electrofunk complete with sugary-sweet crew vocals and starry, early '80s soul touches. The flipside dub, which adds a little reverb and delay while allowing each musical element more room to breathe, is arguably even better. Some obscure, in-demand records are not all that great: "All The Way You Move" is fantastic.