FabricLive.66

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FabricLive.66
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Compilation album by
Daniel Avery
ReleasedNovember 19, 2012 (2012-11-19)
Genre Club
Length1:16:23
Label Fabric
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FabricLive.66 is a 2012 DJ mix album by Daniel Avery. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.

Contents

Track list

No.TitleLength
1."The Eagle"0:09
2."Shake" (featuring Cowboy Rhythmbox)4:47
3."Kanal [Prins Thomas Sure Oppstøt]" (featuring The Telephones)1:35
4."Touch Yourself" (featuring ReWork)1:03
5."Troubleman" (featuring Nautiluss)3:56
6."Need Electric"0:07
7."Naïve Reception"3:56
8."You Think You Think" (featuring The Sneaker)5:52
9."Supermoon" (featuring Simian Mobile Disco)3:12
10."Game Theory" (featuring Magnets)4:12
11."Effect Tweak" (featuring Deadstock 33's)0:35
12."Water Jump"7:32
13."Something Borrowed" (featuring James Welsh)2:20
14."Taste"1:02
15."Elegant Mistakes" (featuring Forward Strategy Group)1:55
16."Way Savvy [Gatto Fritto Remix]" (featuring Jr Seaton)8:06
17."Libillule [Matt Walsh Remix]" (featuring Morgan Hammer)2:37
18."It's OK [Prince Club Remix]" (Viadrina)5:34
19."Girlz" (featuring Miss Kittin)4:33
20."Dancing and Slaving" (featuring Raudive)4:19
21."Workshop 12 (A1)" (featuring Kassem Mosse)0:43
22."Dry Heat" (featuring The Asphodells)4:25
23."Sequoia" (featuring Compuphonic)3:53

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References

  1. Kellman, Andy. "FabricLive.66 - Daniel Avery". Allmusic.com. Retrieved 2014-01-24.
  2. Girard, Stephanie (2012-11-30). "Daniel Avery - FabricLive 66". Residentadvisor.net. Retrieved 2014-01-24.