"I'd do anything to get the chance to go back / I wanna go bang!" / "I wanna see all my friends at once!" / Š—“I wanna go Bang!Š—?
Released on Dinosaur L's 1981 album 24-24 Music, Go Bang! quickly became a favorite at David MancusoŠ—Ès Loft and Larry LevanŠ—Ès Paradise Garage. However the original mix on the LP did not fare as well with other Disc Jockeys, who found it too complex for the dance floor. As the album sales began to slow down, Will Socolov and Arthur enlisted Fran’_ois Kevorkian to remix the track for the 12-inch release. Dissatisfied with the initial mix, on the grounds that Š—“The multitrack was an absolute, utter, and total mess,Š—?, Kevorkian completed the mix on borrowed time at Right Track Studios, turning in what would become one of the most celebrated remixes of the era. Connecting the dots in Arthur RussellŠ—Ès wild web of sounds, and freeform experimentation, the result of Francois K.'s mix is a dubbed out version that organized the ideas for an ultimate dancing experience. One can only imagine what this would have sound on a Richard Long system. And then there was the unreleased mix by Walter Gibbons. Remembered for Š—“being obsessed with the nuances of musical texture and notes that Russell was the only other person who liked to analyse sound in such microscopic detail. Gibbons remixed 'Go Bang! during scrambled together hours at Blank Tapes and, although the taut, stretched out result lacked the dramatic dynamism of Kevorkian's tighter earlier remix, his epic version retained the freestyle spirit of the original sessionsŠ—?.