Your weekly Friday Banger is served. Here's a fine tune that I've seen listed on various compilations with 'B Sides Vol 2' as the artist's name. Surely some confusion has arisen and no artist would name themselves B Sides Vol 2? Correct. A series of house records released by Belgian DJ/producer Frank De Wulf that collected together various flipsides from 12" singles were labelled in such a way that the titles appeared to some to be the name of the artist. De Wulf started his career in music around 1986 as a DJ/programmer for several local pirate radio stations, and went on to be known as one of the pioneers of the belgian new beat and techno scene. He remixed artists including Erasure, The Orb, and The Shamen and also released his own material. He quit music at the end of the 90s and now works in the world of multimedia, launching his own company called Grid. Quite simply an unstoppable techno-house stomper, this C.J. Bolland remix of 'Magic Orchestra' from 1992 is seriously high energy stuff that may set your feet on fire if you attempt dancing to it.