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ReleasedApril 2007
Genre Electronic music
Label Fabric
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FabricLive.33 is a DJ mix compilation album by Spank Rock, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.


Track listing

  1. Intro
  2. Kurtis Blow The BreaksUniversal
  3. CSS Let's Make Love and Listen to Death from Above (Spank Rock Remix) – Sub Pop
  4. Mr Oizo – Nazis (Justice Mix) – F Communications
  5. Dominatrix – The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight – Stuart Argabright
  6. Yello – Bostich – Universal
  7. Zongamin – Bongo Song – XL
  8. Kano – I'm Ready – Antibemusic
  9. Daft Punk Technologic Virgin
  10. Switch – A Bit Patchy – Data
  11. The Contours Do You Love Me Motown
  12. Mylo – Drop the Pressure – Breastfed
  13. Yes Owner of a Lonely Heart Rhino
  14. Para One – Dudun Dun – Institubes
  15. Best Fwends – Myself (Xxxchange Remix) – Moshi Moshi
  16. KW Griff – Good Man – Morphius
  17. Uffie Hot Chick (Feadz Edit) – Ed Banger
  18. Metro Area – Orange Alert (DFA Remix) – Source
  19. Tangerine Dream – Love on a Real Train – Virgin
  20. Simian Mobile Disco – Hustler – Wichita
  21. The Romantics Talking in Your SleepNemperor Records
  22. Chicks on Speed - Wordy Rappinghood (The Playgroup Remix) - Chicks on Speed Records
  23. Bonde do Rolê – Melô Do Tabacco (XXXChange Remix with The Ford Granada) – Mad Decent
  24. Miss Kittin and The Hacker Stock ExchangeMiss Kittin
  25. Rick Ross Hustlin' Island Def Jam
  26. Hot Chip Over and Over (Maurice Fulton Remix) – EMI
  27. Gaz Nevada – I.C. Love Affair – Expanded Music
  28. L.T.D. – Love to the World – A&M
  29. Outro

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