FabricLive.53

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FabricLive.53
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Compilation album by
ReleasedSeptember 2010
Genre Electronic music, dubstep, rockabilly
Label Fabric
Drop the Lime chronology
FabricLive.52
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FabricLive.53
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FabricLive.54
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FabricLive.53 is a 2010 DJ mix album by Drop the Lime. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series. [1]

Contents

Track listing

  1. Supra1 - Ghoster - Trouble & Bass
  2. Nouveau Yorican - Jackit (Drop the Lime Remix) - Mixmash
  3. Melé - Bombay (Nadastrom Remix) - Mixpak Records
  4. Egyptrixx - Everybody Bleeding - Night Slugs
  5. Drop the Lime - Thwomp Stomp - Trouble & Bass
  6. WAFA - Ewid Disco - Grizzly
  7. Drop the Lime - Hot Sauce Grillz - Trouble & Bass
  8. Maurice - This is Acid - Casablanca / Trax
  9. Untold - Anaconda - Hessle Audio
  10. Autoerotique - Bubonic (Drop the Lime Remix) - Dim Mak / Downtown
  11. Berou & Canblaster - Terence Hill (French Fries Remix) - unreleased
  12. Slick Wick Crew - 911 VIP - Trouble & Bass
  13. Drop the Lime - Sex Sax (Club Mix) - Trouble & Bass
  14. Bill Haley & His Comets - (We're Gonna) Rock Around the Clock - Geffen
  15. The Strangeloves - I Want Candy - Sony
  16. Foamo - Centavo - Fat! Records
  17. Zombies for Monkey - Kolkata (Sticky Version) - Trouble & Bass
  18. Sam Tiba - Barbie Weed - Top Billin
  19. Mosca - Square One (L-Vis 1990 Remix) - Night Slugs
  20. Adonis - No Way Back - Trax
  21. Femme en Fourrure - Dirty Blonde (Drop the Lime Remix) - Discobelle
  22. Tom Piper & Blaze Tripp - Brrrap! - Bigger than Barry / No Frills
  23. Baobinga ft. DJ Nasty - State of Ghetto Jackin' (TRG Remix) - Trouble & Bass
  24. AC Slater ft. Drop the Lime - Calm Down Part 3 - Trouble & Bass
  25. Little Jinder - Youth Blood (Villa Remix) - Trouble & Bass
  26. Drop the Lime ft. Carrie Wilds - Set me Free (Reso Remix) - Trouble & Bass

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