Amy Winehouse was so inspiring in her single "Rehab" that lots of musicians turn the hit into other versions.
British new sensation Amy Winehouse has inspired many musicians to remix her hit "Rehab". If the single originally flows in jazz and funk vibe, it now can be heard in upbeat tempo up to mod.
Desert Eagle remixed the song into uptempo, shuffling and funky tune while English electro band Hot Chip brings it to the mod, pianoless and cut down mood. Songwriter and record producer Steve Mac has turned it into such songs that will become the anthem for clubs. Another version of the song was performed at New York's Cielo club by trio JoJo America of the Ones.
"Rehab" is the first single of Winehouse's second album "Back to Black". It peaked at #7 in UK chart. The album had a better luck by topping UK chart at #1 and US chart at #7.