I had not heard this version before, I prefer it to the later slicker version. We would bump in to the girls and chat occasionally in 1978/79 when we rehearsed next door to each other. This was when the Go-Gos were just a local all-girl punk band. The rehearsal place was a converted apartment building with 4 or 5 big rehearsal rooms run by a sweetheart of a guy named Wendell near Western & Melrose in LA. The sound coming out of that place was a wondrous cacophony of noise pretty much every night. Anyway, this version sound much closer to how they would sound at the rehearsal studio. From the YouTube poster: "Original version of the classic track recorded in 1980 and released in the U.K on Stiff Records in May of that year while the group was supporting The Specials on a tour of England. "This sped-up, punkier version of the song is much more true to the band's original Buzzcocks inspired sound, than the slowed sown and slicked up version they would do for their debut albm "Beauty And The Beat" in 1981 with veteran girl-group producer Richard Gottehrer. What many people don't remember is that this version of the song is what started the Go-Go's phenomenon by crossing the Atlantic to America and becoming a huge underground dance hit. On the basis of import sales alone, this single charted in the Top 40 of the Billboard Dance Chart - an impressive feat for a then unsigned band."