FabricLive.81

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FabricLive.81
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Compilation album by Monki
Released 18 May 2015 (2015-05-18)
Genre Electronic
Label Fabric
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FabricLive.81 is a 2015 DJ mix album by Monki. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.

Contents

Track listing

  1. FPI Project - Rich In Paradise (Going Back To My Roots)
  2. Arma - Vex
  3. Deapmash & Raito - Stop (Strip Steve Remix)
  4. DJ Dealer & Groove Junkies feat. Chezere - My Day Has Come (DJ Dealer Prime Time Vocal)
  5. DJ Haus - I Can Feel It
  6. Bot & Tony Quattro - Guess Who
  7. Doctor Jeep feat. TT The Artist - Bang
  8. Sly One - Cowbell
  9. Melé - Angorra + Additional vocals by Chimpo
  10. DJ Spen presents DJ Technic - Gabryelle
  11. FCL - It's You (San Soda’s Panorama Bar Acca Version) + Adesse Versions - Pride (Dub)
  12. Eddie Mercury - A Lo Mejor
  13. Floorplan - Baby, Baby
  14. DJ Haus - Helta Skelta
  15. Kalyde - Infected Ear
  16. Melé and Mak & Pasteman - Do You Rex
  17. Mella Dee - Rude & Deadly
  18. Callahan - Fallacy
  19. Tony Quattro - Zulu Carnival
  20. Gage - Telo (Sudanim Remix) + Additional vocals by Slick Don
  21. Danny Daze & 214 - Las Caderas
  22. Golden Girls - Kinetic (Frank De Wulf Remix)

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