. In an era where dance music is dominated by samples and computers, , capable of performing their elaborate recordings note for note. Including their renowned single "Cocaine Blues", a loose reinterpretation of the 1976 Dillinger classic that received rave reviews and quickly became an underground sensation.
The night ended with a medley of classics including crowd favorite, and Detroit anthem, Inner City's "Good Life". And, yes, that was a short interpretation of Lil Louis' "French Kiss" that followed...sadly Adeline did not do "that part"!