FabricLive.24

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FabricLive.24
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Remix album by
Released2005 (2005)
Genre Electronic, hip hop
Length79:50
Label Fabric
Producer Diplo
Diplo chronology
Florida
(2004)
FabricLive.24
(2005)
Decent Work for Decent Pay
(2009)
FabricLive chronology
FabricLive.23
(2005)
FabricLive.24
(2005)
FabricLive.25
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
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Exclaim! favorable [2]
Pitchfork 6.8/10 [3]
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FabricLive.24 is a 2005 DJ mix compilation album by Diplo.

Contents

Critical reception

John Bush of AllMusic gave the album 4 stars out of 5, saying, "Aside from the familiar track selection, Diplo is magnificent in the mix, continually showing why he's one of the most popular party DJs around." [1] Dimitri Nasrallah of Exclaim! called it "one of the most impressive mixes of the year." [2] Meanwhile, Tom Breihan of Pitchfork gave the album a 6.8 out of 10, saying, "the great thing about Diplo has always been his ecstatic embrace of chaos, and we don't get a whole lot of that here." [3]

Track listing

No.TitleArtist(s)Length
1."Love 4 the World (Why They Gotta Hate?)/Turnin' Me On"Plantlife/Nina Sky 3:27
2."My Chrome" (featuring Big Boi) Killer Mike 1:50
3."Clear" Cybotron 2:44
4."Don't Go" Yazoo 2:25
5."When I Hear Music" Debbie Deb 3:19
6."Don't Stop the Rock"Freestyle3:05
7."Al-Naafiysh (The Soul)" Hashim 3:01
8."Nightdrive (Thru Babylon)" Model 500 2:18
9."Windowlicker" Aphex Twin 1:01
10."Percolator" Cajmere 1:49
11."This Is Sick"Solid Groove2:50
12."Love Guide" (featuring Ms. Thing)Two Culture Clash2:11
13."What's Your Fantasy" (featuring Shawnna) Ludacris 3:26
14."Percão" Diplo 2:18
15."Vem Cristiano"Gaiola Das Popozudas2:02
16."Cria Cria Periquita"MC Biro Leyby2:21
17."Ô Darcy"Gaiola Das Popozudas2:34
18."Way More (Remix)/Bucky Done Gun"Diplo/M.I.A. 2:21
19."Destruction VIP"Jammer3:13
20."Love Song" The Cure 2:41
21."B.O.B." Outkast 4:13
22."Deceptacon" Le Tigre 3:10
23."Hurricane"DJ Nasty3:16
24."Freaks"DJ Deeon2:39
25."Notorious"Turbulence2:19
26."Free" Cat Power 3:17

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References

  1. 1 2 Bush, John. "Diplo - Fabriclive.24". AllMusic . Retrieved November 9, 2015.
  2. 1 2 Nasrallah, Dimitri (December 1, 2005). "Diplo/Various: Fabric Live 24". Exclaim! . Retrieved November 9, 2015.
  3. 1 2 Breihan, Tom (November 27, 2005). "Diplo: FabricLive 24". Pitchfork . Retrieved November 9, 2015.
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