FabricLive.37

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ReleasedDecember 10, 2007 [1]
Genre Dubstep
Label Fabric [2]
Producer Caspa & Rusko
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FabricLive.37 is a 2007 album by the British dubstep producers Caspa & Rusko. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series and was the first edition of the series to feature the dubstep genre of electronic music. [4] Some of the tracks feature samples from the Guy Ritchie film Snatch , the Nick Love film The Business , the TV Series The Armando Iannucci Shows and Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory . The album featured other notable primarily dubstep producers such as Skream, Coki, Buraka Som Sistema and many more. [5]

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleWriter/ProducerLabelLength
1Born To Do It [6] CaspaSub Soldiers3:09
2Girl From Codeine City [7] L-Wiz (Claes Rosén & Ola Näslund)Dub Police2:41
3Cockney Violin [8] CaspaDub Police2:41
4Round the World Girls (Tes La Rok Remix) [9] Uncle Sam, Tes La RokArgon1:59
5Jahova [10] RuskoSub Soldiers1:48
6The Terminator [11] CaspaSub Soldiers2:27
7The LegacyCotti & Cluekid-301:14
850,000 Watts VIP [12] Matty GArgon1:13
9Africa VIPThe OthersDub Police3:34
10VDistanceChest Plate0:53
11Big Headed SlagsCaspaSub Soldiers2:10
12Too FarRuskoSub Soldiers2:00
13SpongeBob [13] CokiDMZ1:20
14Louder [14] CaspaPitch Black3:35
15Well 'Ard [15] Caspa & The OthersSub Soldiers2:27
16The DropUnitzDub Police2:17
17Hammer Time [16] RuskoSub Soldiers2:32
18Mr. Chips [17] RuskoDubplate2:13
19Look At My EyesOrienDub Police1:47
20Fun HouseThe OthersDub Police0:53
212 N A Q [18] RuskoSub Soldiers1:25
22Cockney Thug [19] RuskoSub Soldiers2:05
23Cockney Thug (Buraka Som Sistema Remix) [20] Buraka Som SistemaSub Soldiers2:14
24Guru (Power Hour) [21] SkreamTempa2:12
25Beta MaxRuskoDubplate2:41
26I'm Lovin' [22] D1Tempa2:30
27Rock BottomCaspa & RuskoDestructive3:23
28Rainbow Tear DropsOrienDub Police3:06
29Forever [23] ConQuestDub Police6:49

Reception

Red Bull Music UK described FabricLive.37 as "changing the course of [dubstep]". [24]

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