Fabric 03

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Fabric 03
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Compilation album by
ReleasedMarch 2002
Genre House
Length73:19
Label Fabric
Producer Jon Marsh
Fabric Mix Series chronology
Fabric 02
(2002)
Fabric 03
(2002)
Fabric 04
(2002)
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Fabric 03 is a DJ mix compilation album by Jon Marsh, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.

Contents

Track listing

  1. West Magnetic - Blue Royal - Om Records
  2. Le Grande Boofant - G String Underbeard - U-Freqs
  3. Erro - Change For Me (Akabu Dub) - Z Records
  4. Mochico - Mochico 3.5 (DJ Evil P Remix) - Mochico Inc
  5. Spook - Feel Up - Mr Bongo
  6. Solo & Logan - Damnatrybe - Myna Music
  7. Philip Charles - Elektrik Dreamers (Deep C & Randall Jones Remix) - Shaboom Records
  8. The Beard presents Soul Sista - Only You - Inspirit Music
  9. Brothers Love Dubs - 1-800 Ming (Rui Da Silva Remix) - Decode Records
  10. Papa Washington Trio - Calling All Dancers - Paperecordings
  11. $16 Million Man - Pink Yo Black (Live in SW15 mix) - Under the Counter
  12. Phil Weeks & Hector Moralez - Time To Yourself - Robsoul Recordings
  13. Alexander East - Jest 4 Me (Bhq Vocal Dub 2) - Afterhours

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