Four years have passed since Breakin' Bread alumnus Kazahaya last appeared on Disco Bits with a tasty edit of a lesser-known version of the Jackson Sisters' 'Miracles'. This follow-up is therefore well overdue. A-side 'High Enough' is an absolute dancefloor bomb - a tidy fusion of musical elements from Rare Pleasure's string-laden disco classic 'Let Me Down Easy' and breathless vocal samples seemingly lifted from one of the many versions of 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough'. Flipside 'Forever' is another driving disco workout built around another heavily orchestrated, everything-but-the-kitchen sink 1970s production. It's as breathless and life affirming as the A-side, which is no bad thing.