More than ten years after its original release, the anthemic single 'Good Enough' is making a comeback, with a new lease of life.
The new recording, made by dance producers SFG, was originally performed by the Brit Pop band 'Dodgy' and features the re-recorded vocal work of the band's singer/songwriter Nigel Clark.
For the last ten years Nigel has been living in Pershore, concentrating on his solo work, and has been teaching music to disadvantaged children at his recording studio in Malvern, where he continues to run his own record label.
During his time away from music, Nigel has held down a number of jobs, including working the night shift at Tesco: "Needs must when you've got children, you know.
“Since then I've been stuck in nappies, then got out of nappies, then stuck on the school run to Pershore - and all those sorts of things.
“It's an interesting experience, really, having kids - it's great."
So in 2007, Nigel teamed up with dance music duo 'SFG' to produce a new version of his hit single 'Good Enough'.
SFG (which stands for Sunshine Feel Good) have been writing dance tracks together in their Hereford studio for just over two years.
The group consists of Jon Sidwell, who has worked alongside some of the top musicians and DJs in the country for over 25 years (including Judge Jules and Binary Finary) and DJ Andrew Marston, who presents BBC Introducing in Hereford & Worcester: "We were doing a project at the BBC, looking at the musical history of our region.
"Nigel came in to chat about Dodgy, and as he was going out of the door said 'Do you play music Andrew?'.
"I explained to him I'd been working on a few tunes but was struggling to find a singer.
"'I'll sing on your records', came the reply.
"It was from there we decided to give 'Good Enough' the Sunshine Feel Good treatment and create the sound you hear today."
SFG Producer Jon Sidwell describes the new track: "We wanted to give 'Good Enough' a real uplifting commercial dance sound, by adding strong musical elements to complement the well known vocal-line.
"The aim was to give it a feel-good sound fit to fill any dancefloor, in any club, anywhere in the world."