Anyway, it is great to get these tracks out there and visible because they haven't lost any of their bite more than a decade later and indeed, the noisy futurism of dance music right now makes it clear they were well ahead of their time. But it also just feels regressive and frustrating. Now, there's a new, totally OK music video for 'Hands Up Thumbs Down,' directed by Lotfy Nathan of "12 O'Clock Boys" fame and done in the director's stylized, vérité approach. Blaqstarr doesn't appear, and neither does Rye Rye, whose vocals appear on 'Hands Up, Thumbs Down,' which makes it all feel a bit underwhelming. Sure, it looks nice (echoes of the far-more-compelling video for 'Shake It To The Ground'), but something about it doesn't seem entirely right with us, you know?