“Stupidisco was the last track of my album,” Junior Jack recounts the story of the original record. “I was locked in the studio for three months, for nearly 18 hours a day. And on the last day when I finished all of the tracks, I decided to do one more track and to do something “stupid” for the final record, and that I would use a “disco” sample. I went into my record room and randomly picked 10 records from the bottom shelf of my disco vinyl collection, then drove straight to the studio. The Pointer Sisters vinyl was the 4th one. Within three hours, ‘Stupidisco’ was produced and mixed!”
This is the first time any official remixes of “Stupidisco” have been commissioned since it’s release in 2004. The original was a Top 20 single in the U.K and the #1 U.S. Dance Chart record. David Penn’s remix lends a funky cowbell hand to the original, maintaining its highly revered dancefloor verve by paying homage to its powering bassline, 80s inspired melodic keyboard synths, fervent drum work, and that iconic vocal hook.