100 releases and counting, Hadshot hits the mark with the most daring and audacious release of its 17-year history. To celebrate its fiery burst through the century mark, the Munich-based label has spared neither effort nor expense, and serves up two unforgettable hits in the making. At the helm for the triumphant occasion is none other than frisky French funkmeister Morlack, who reaches into the past to transport two legendary voices of yesteryear to his devious brand of potent sonic pandemonium. "Alright, Okay, You Win" borrows the spirited vocals of American jazz singer Peggy Lee, and injects a frolicsome arrangement with enough bounce and fervent gusto to ignite an unstoppable firestorm on any dancefloor. In "Sway", the voice of Dean Martin, the exalted King of Cool, gives a demure flavor to the flamenco-influenced number. A tightly measured underlying rhythmic impulse urges movement, as the distinct instrumental arrangements coalesce into a singularly captivating triumph.