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ReleasedAugust 2005
Genre Electronic music
Label Fabric
Producer Death in Vegas
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FabricLive.23 is a DJ mix compilation album by Death in Vegas, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.



FabricLive.23 was well-received by Allmusic writer David Jeffries, who gave it three and a half stars out of five, calling it "a satisfying mix that's more headphones than dancefloor...step two in Death in Vegas' thrilling rebirth as a heady mavericks". [1] Andrew McLachlan, reviewing the album for PopMatters, also viewed it positively, calling it "a great record...a record for Death in Vegas fans but also for electronica fans". [2]

Track listing

  1. Solvent - Science With Synthesizers - Ghostly International
  2. Death in Vegas - Zugaga - Drone
  3. Slacknoise Vs Plexus - Ana Tak 2 - Minus Inc.
  4. Death in Vegas - Heil Xanax - Drone
  5. Alex Smoke - Lost In Sound - Soma Recordings
  6. Mossa - Cheap Therapy - Mo's Ferry Productions
  7. Cybotron - Alleys Of Your Mind - Tresor
  8. Solvent - Think Like Us (Ectomorph Mix) - Ghostly International
  9. Alex Cortex - Phlogiston - PAL
  10. Dinky - Acid In My Fridge - Cocoon Recordings
  11. Mathew Jonson - Marionette - Wagon Repair
  12. Alex Smoke - Neds - Vakant
  13. Wighnomy Brothers - Pele Bloss - Freude-am-Tanzen Recordings
  14. Death in Vegas - Reigen (Acid Mix) - Drone
  15. Analog Fingerprints - Accent - Pigna Records
  16. Blue Ketchuppp - Don't Trust Your Computer - Bee Records
  17. Death in Vegas - Natja (Scorpio Rising Mix) - SonyBMG
  18. Mathew Jonson - Typerope - Itiswhatitis Recordings
  19. John Dahlbäck - Jenna - Morris Audio

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  1. Jeffries, David "Fabriclive.23 Review", Allmusic. Retrieved 6 February 2021
  2. McLachlan, Andrew (2005) "Death in Vegas: FabricLive 23", PopMatters, 8 September 2005. Retrieved 6 February 2021