FabricLive.60

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FabricLive.60
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Compilation album by
ReleasedNovember 2011
Label Fabric
Producer Brodinski
FabricLive chronology
FabricLive.59
(2011)
FabricLive.60
(2011)
FabricLive.61
(2012)

FabricLive.60 is a 2011 DJ mix album by Brodinski. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series. [1]

Contents

Track listing

  1. Bicep - Silk - Throne Of Blood
  2. Low Jack - Slow Dance - unreleased
  3. Tomas Barfod - Beach Party - FOF
  4. Harkin & Raney - Workin & Steamin - Throne Of Blood
  5. Clement Meyer - Fire In Vitro - Correspondant
  6. Axel Boman - Purple Drank - Pampa
  7. Woodkid - Iron (Gucci Vump Remix) - Green United Music
  8. Renaissance Man - Stalker Humanoid - Turbo
  9. T. Williams - Heartbeat (Paul Woolford Remix) - Local Action
  10. John Roman - Petrified - unreleased
  11. TWR72 - Paradox - Sound Pellegrino
  12. Sian - Tropical Sci Fi (Sam Paganini Remix) - Octopus
  13. Samuel L. Session feat. Paris The Black Fu - Hype-Nosis - Detelefunk
  14. Rejected - For The People (DVS1 For No One Mix) - Rejected
  15. Sigha - HF029A1 - Hotflush
  16. Samuel L. Session - The Soloist (Reboot Remix) - Be As One
  17. Gingy & Bordello - Body Acid (KiNK's On Acid Remix) - Twin Turbo
  18. Gesaffelstein - Control Movement - Bromance
  19. Switch feat. Andrea Martin - I Still Love You - Dubsided
  20. Instra:mental - Pyramid - 3024
  21. Glass Figure - Brightside Of House - Satellite Of Love
  22. Riton feat. Shani Cuppcake - Dark Place - Ritontime
  23. Objekt - CLK Recovery - Objekt

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