Lindstrøm & Christabelle's Lovesick 52 best track of 2010 on Pitchfork

Lindstrøm & Christabelle's Lovesick is voted the 52 best track of 2010 by Pitchfork. This is what they say:

This is one of the least likely Cadillac jingles in history. Just a few years back, Hans-Peter Lindstrøm crafted a retro-futurist masterpiece in his debut full-length, Where You Go I Go Too. But he pulled trump card when he announced he'd be making an album of pop tunes with a Mauritian woman singing lead. Here, Lindstrøm plays a frittering Moroder-type producer while Christabelle vamps Donna Summer, but the collaboration also recalls the friendship of No Wave pioneers Richard Hell and his literary muse Lizzy Mercier Descloux. Like Descloux, Christabelle barges like a tornado into Lindstrøm's beats, lilting her unaffected, almost quizzical speak-singing as Lindstrøm frantically works to construct a backdrop, barely managing to accompany her temperament with a palm-muted 95 bpm set piece. --Mike Orme