It's rare that you hear a record so instant, so instinctive, that you know it's going to take over the world without even breaking sweat. 'I Like The Way', by British/Australian duo BodyRockers, is one of those records. An uproarious collision of styles Bodyrockers call "rock 'n' roll with electronic soul", it took four hours to make, caused mayhem throughout Ibiza despite only three copies being in existence and netted BodyRockers a five album deal. Erick Morillo, who was the first person to play it the same night it was finished, offered BodyRocker Kaz James his wallet if he'd let him keep his master copy, while Pete Tong immediately made it his essential new tune. That was back in September. 'I Like The Way' is igniting dancefloors and radio stations from here to Sydney, ripping up territories faster than BodyRockers can visit them. The single, and the rest of their amazing music, is a triumph of gut feeling over marketeering, of perspiration over calculation, of ass-shaking over chin-stroking. Universal. 2005.