FabricLive.32

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Compilation album by
ReleasedFebruary 2007
Genre Electronic music
Label Fabric
Tayo chronology
Beatz & Bobz Volume 3
(2004)
FabricLive.32
(2007)
FabricLive chronology
FabricLive.31
(2006)
FabricLive.32
(2007)
FabricLive.33
(2007)

FabricLive.32 is a DJ mix compilation album by Tayo, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.

Track listing

  1. 2 tracks mixed:
    1. Tayo Meets Acid Rockers - Dread Cowboy - Tayo
    2. Loot and Pillage - The Curse - Dan Feary
  2. Ursula 1000 feat. Sista Widey - Step Back (Deekline Remix) - ESL
  3. Tayo and Undersound feat. Edu K - Putaria Toda Hora - Edu K
  4. Blaqstarr - Tote It - Mad Decent
  5. Sterotyp Meets Al' Haca - Blaz n Cook (Radio Slave Remix) - Klein
  6. Buraka Som Sistema - Com Reispeito - Enchufada
  7. Aquasky feat. Ragga Twins - Ready For This (Baobinga Mix) - Passenger
  8. Tayo meets Baobinga - Choppa Riddim - Roots & Future
  9. Bassbin Twins - Woppa - Bassbin
  10. Si Begg - Move Up (Club Mix) - Mute/EMI
  11. Tipper - Open The Jowls - Tippermusic
  12. Buckfunk 3000 - Jump - Si Begg
  13. Benga - Comb 60's - Planet Mu
  14. Tayo and Care In The Community - Dutty Bomb - Tayo
  15. Marc Adamo - Vicious Exit - Marc Adamo/Local Zeros 2006
  16. Elemental - Soul Fire - Destructive
  17. Sarantis feat. Warrior Queen - More Than Money - Senseless
  18. Skream - Lightning - Tempa
  19. Digital Mystikz - Neverland - DMZ
  20. Rob Smith - Loveage - Rob Smith
  21. Digital Mystikz - Anti War Dub feat. Spen G - DMZ


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