"Headache", by Terranova (feat. Cath Coffey).
It takes until three minutes into this song for the instantly recognisable bass riff to kick in, meaning that, aside from a vague sense of familiarity, it took three minutes until I realised I was listening to a song I already knew.
"Playing With A Different Sex", by Au Pairs, might not feature in many lists of favourite post-punk albums, but it is a record I have always been partial to, for its cool attitude and thundering bass lines.
Kompakt might well be best known as a techno label. Its best days might be behind it. (This, though, is arguable, and, even if true, its less-than-best days are rarely less than excellent days.) Kompakt also wrong-foots the devoted (and the sceptics) from time to time by throwing surprising, and surprisingly successful, cover versions into the mix: T. Rex's "Hot Love", for example, which appears on the "Kompakt 100" collection; they even enlisted Pet Shop Boys for a take on "I'm In Love With A German Film Star", which is perhaps the only cover version of a personal talisman that I have ever been able to listen to more than once. Add this one to the list.
(Note: the video cuts two minutes from the song; this makes no significant difference, except that bass line kicks in 30 seconds earlier than described above. Just sayin'.)