FabricLive.15

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Compilation album by
ReleasedApril 19, 2004
Genre Electronic music
Label Fabric
Producer Nitin Sawhney
Nitin Sawhney chronology
Human
(2003)
FabricLive.15
(2004)
All Mixed Up
(2004)
FabricLive chronology
FabricLive.14
(2004)
FabricLive.15
(2004)
FabricLive.16
(2004)

FabricLive.15 is a DJ mix compilation album by Nitin Sawhney, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.

Track listing

  1. Koop - Relaxin' At Club F****n (Nitin Sawhney Edit) - Compost
  2. Nitin Sawhney - Eastern Eyes (Seiji Remix) - V2
  3. Nitin Sawhney - Homelands (Freeform Five Remix) - Outcaste
  4. Nitin Sawhney - Homelands (Dzihan & Kamien Mix) - Outcaste
  5. Tosca - Suzuki (Burnt Friedman/Nonplace Dub) - !K7
  6. Marcos Valle - Valeu (4Hero Remix) - Far Out
  7. Kabuki - Tempest (Atjazz Remix) - Irma
  8. Nathan Haines - Long (4Hero Mix) - Chillifunk
  9. 4Hero - We Who Are Not Others (Jazzanova Mix) - Talkin' Loud
  10. Phuturistix - Bad Thoughts - Hospital
  11. Darqwan - Three Note Blue - Hospital
  12. Visionary Underground - Freedom - Nasha
  13. Niraj Chag - The Wheel - Nasha
  14. Ges-e & Visionary Underground - Militant24 - Nasha
  15. Nitin Sawhney - Beyond Skin - Outcaste
  16. Craig Armstrong - Hymn 2 feat. Photek - Virgin


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