To rummage through David Bumpstead's (of Disco Not Disco) public MediaFire account is the electronic equivalent of exploring a really nice record store, you're bound to find something.
As did I in the overlooked efforts of Main Stem, the cosmic cowboys who apparently rule the city streets of Birmingham and Stafford.
I am not sure what the original is behind the re-edit Creative Use Of Space, but it starts out as a wierdo space-disco journey and ends up in something reminicent of Hot Chocolate, so I would have to say the title is apt in its description.
Kick Uri on the other hand is a dubby edit of Ciquri by Material.
The legendary Swedish disco DJ Sydney Onayemi (first to use two turntables over here!) had a plaque on the wall of his club Big Brother with a quote from this song: THIS DANCE IS NO WHITE MANS BUSINESS. This was in Stockholm, in the early 1980s (!!). When it comes to legends, that's on a crap your pants-level.