FabricLive.67

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FabricLive.67
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Compilation album by
Ben UFO
ReleasedJanuary 21, 2013 (2013-01-21)
Genre Electronic
Length2:33:13
Label Fabric
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FabricLive.67 is a 2013 DJ mix album by Ben UFO. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.

Contents

Track list

No.TitleLength
1."Dub" (featuring Mix Mup)3:43
2."Feelings" (featuring Delroy Edwards )6:01
3."Raw Code" (featuring Kowton and Peverelist)5:57
4."The Tortoise [Sex Tags Mania Nyc Mix]" (featuring Tim "Love" Lee )5:20
5."Zone" (featuring Elgato)8:25
6."Twisted Balloon" (featuring Gesloten Cirkel)5:50
7."It's Ok" (featuring Chicago Skyway)3:46
8."Project 5 (Untitled B1)" (featuring K-Hand )6:39
9."Pendoulous" (featuring Fluxion )6:03
10."Consexual" (featuring Minimal Man)6:00
11."Club Thanz" (featuring Jam City )3:45
12."Take Me Back" (featuring Herbert)7:38
13."Looser" (featuring Lowtec)7:16
14."Clutch" (featuring Pearson Sound)4:43
15."I'm Strong" (featuring Mr. Fingers )5:21
16."Mukuba Special" (featuring Kasai Allstars and Shackleton)10:38
17."Zug Island" (featuring Kyle Hall and Kero)4:09
18."Ping" (featuring Circuit Breaker)5:15
19."Bout Ready to Jak [Shake Remix]" (featuring Osborne)4:54
20."Jovian Planet" (featuring Juniper)5:59
21."Malfunction (Despair)" (featuring A Made Up Sound)6:56
22."Untitled" (featuring Grain)6:20
23."Perc" (featuring Bandshell)5:23
24."And Both His Sons" (featuring Blawan)4:39
25."Release" (featuring Pangaea)5:07
26."Danger (Locked Groove)" (featuring Floating Points)5:03
27."I.C.E. [Kuedo Remix]" (featuring Main Attrakionz and Grown Folk)2:23

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References

  1. Naylor, Tony (2013-01-21). "Ben UFO - FabricLive 67 on Fabric Records". Residentadvisor.net. Retrieved 2014-02-08.