'Surprise' number 1s are always bad. How can a song that gets almost no airplay and sounds like trash get to number 1? I guess the answer is that the supposed importance of the singles chart is a sham because very few people buy them nowadays. A minor blip in sales can send a song to #1, and I imagine this ghastly two-step track was probably played in a few clubs in Ibiza, and purchased by the hordes at the airport on the way back. Nice to see a Rough Trade artist taking the #2 slot though; great label.