FabricLive.73

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FabricLive.73
Pangaea - FabicLive.73.jpg
Compilation album by
Pangaea
ReleasedJanuary 20, 2014 (2014-01-20)
Genre Electronic
Length1:16:18
Label Fabric
FabricLive chronology
FabricLive.72
(2013)
FabricLive.73
(2014)
FabricLive.74
(2014)
Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic 78/100 [1]
Review scores
SourceRating
Resident Advisor Star full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar empty.svg [2]
Pitchfork Media (7.7/10) [3]

FabricLive.73 is a DJ mix album by electronic artist Pangaea. It was released in 2014, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Recreational Slumming"3:54
2."Plos 97s" (featuring Lee Gamble)2:01
3."Momentum" (featuring Reeko)2:02
4."Resolve" (featuring Hodge)2:04
5."Untitled B2" (featuring Shifted)3:25
6."His Temple" (featuring Mystica Tribe)3:10
7."Romantic Self" (featuring Manni Dee)2:40
8."Untitled #5" (featuring Tripeo)2:31
9."Blunt Run" (featuring Mgun)2:19
10."Maum" (featuring The Sun God)1:56
11."SEA (The Time Gate)" (featuring Stenny & Andrea)3:38
12."Arcade" (featuring Psyk)1:56
13."Truth" (featuring Mumdance & MAO)1:56
14."Refraction" (featuring Adam Jay)4:21
15."Starburst" (featuring Pearson Sound)5:05
16."Osmium" (featuring Kobosil)4:09
17."End Point" (featuring Pev & Kowton)3:23
18."Clean Neckline" (featuring Forward Strategy Group)1:47
19."Something For Your Mind" (featuring Speedy J )1:58
20."37ml" (featuring Bleaching Agent)2:54
21."Bodega V2" (featuring Truncate)2:25
22."I Wanna Dance? In Outer Space" (featuring Marco Shuttle)3:38
23."Disturbance (Pfirter Remix II)" (featuring Drumcell)3:23
24."Crystal Pond" (featuring Imaginary Softwoods)1:34
25."PTR" (featuring Alex Falk)3:22
26."46 (Antaganists Mix)" (featuring Oscar Mulero)2:24
27."Near-Heart Object" (featuring Astronomical Telegram)2:23

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References

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