FabricLive.48

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FabricLive.48
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Compilation album by
ReleasedOctober 2009
Genre Synthpop
Label Fabric
Producer Filthy Dukes
Filthy Dukes chronology
Nonsense in the Dark
(2009)
FabricLive.48
(2009)
FabricLive chronology
FabricLive.47
(2009)
FabricLive.48
(2009)
FabricLive.49
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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FabricLive.48 is a 2009 album by Filthy Dukes. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.

Contents

Track listing

  1. Filthy Dukes - This Rhythm (Emperor Machine Remix) - Fiction
  2. Phenomenal Handclap Band - You'll Disappear - Tummy Touch
  3. WhoMadeWho - The Plot (Discodeine Remix) - Gomma
  4. Hockey - Learn to Lose (Filthy Dukes Remix) - Capitol
  5. Sparks - Beat the Clock - Sparks/Giorgio Moroder Enterprise
  6. Alan Braxe & Fred Falke - Most Wanted - Vulture
  7. Sébastien Tellier - Kilometer (Aeroplane Mix) - Lucky Number
  8. 80kidz - Miss Mars - KSR Corp
  9. Filthy Dukes - Twenty Six Hundred (Album Version) - Fiction
  10. POPOF - Serenity (Noob remix) - Form Music
  11. Audio Soul Project - Reality Check (Vincenzo Remix) - Dessous
  12. Mujava - Township Funk - This is Music
  13. Dataworx - Control (Original Mix) - Solarscape
  14. Noob & Brodinski - Peanuts Club - Turbo
  15. Joakim - Watermelon Bubblicious - Versatile
  16. Zombie Nation - Worth It, Part 1 - UKW Records
  17. Aphex Twin - Windowlicker - Warp
  18. Tiga - What You Need (Proxy Remix) - Different Recordings
  19. Daft Punk - Robot Rock (Soulwax Remix) - Virgin
  20. Mr Oizo - Pourriture 7 - Ed Banger
  21. Jack Peñate - Tonight's Today - XL Recordings
  22. Lifelike - Sequencer - Vulture
  23. Filthy Dukes - Messages (Filthy Dukes Kill Em All Remix) - Fiction

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