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ReleasedAugust 16, 2004
Genre Trip hop
Label Fabric
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FabricLive.17 was the second DJ mix album mixed by Aim. It forms part of the FabricLive Mix Series by different DJs, recorded for Fabric, a nightclub and record label in London, UK. The album was released in August 2004 on the Fabric (London) label.


Track listing

  1. Tony D - Come Back To You - Grand Central
  2. Boards Of Canada - Roygbiv - Warp
  3. James Yorkston and the Athletes - St. Patrick - Domino
  4. InI - What You Say - Rapstar
  5. Scott Lark - Insight - Contract Recordings
  6. Lewis Parker - 101 Pianos (I've Put Out The Lights) - Virgin
  7. Boogiemonsters - Strange - EMI
  8. Lords of the Underground - Faith (Alternate TV track) - Pendulum
  9. Bloik - Loungin' - Mint Source
  10. Tom Scott - Today - UMG
  11. A Tribe Called Quest - Award Tour - Zomba
  12. Ed O.G. & Da Bulldogs - Love Comes and Goes - UMG
  13. Diverse - Jus Biz - Chocolate Industries
  14. Telegraph Avenue - Something Going - Lazarus Audio Products
  15. Tempo 70 - Ell Galleton - Mericana/Salsoul
  16. The Village Callers - I Don't Need No Doctor - Rampart
  17. Ice Cube - It Was A Good Day (Radio Mix) - Priority
  18. The Byrds - Wasn't Born To Follow - Sony
  19. Fingathing - Lady Nebula - Grand Central

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