The B-side of the EP is equipped with an unusual cover version of the Capitol's classic "Cool Jerk ". This tune was one of the first soul songs that got the then 16 year old boy into ofro-american soul music – a passion that is unbroken to this day. According to the multi-instrumentalist Berghaus, it was high time for the song to be carried into the new millennium.
Finally there's the song "Ishaga" – a lively track with flickering afro-inspired analog synthesizer-sounds and jazzy transverse flute.
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